Your Business Formula


 95% of all books available for sale

will sell fewer than 100 copies.


We don’t want your book to be part of this statistic, and with the right business skills plus a simple time management formula – it won’t be.

You know your writing deserves time, and you’ve spent years developing your writing skills, voice, and talent to hone that skill.  Many writers don’t realize, your writing career is a business which deserves your time as well.

But how?

Time to take care of business needs to be included in your day the same way you plan to write. We recommend a simple time management formula.

Writing should and will still take up the bulk of your time, but each week – or each day if you are able – we recommend a 4:1 ratio of writing to business. For example: If you have 5 hours to devote to your writing career

  • 4 hours should be spent developing and writing  your book,
  • 1 hour on developing your business.

That’s not too much to ask for the financial rewards and audience reach that your book deserves, is it?

The Writers Business School focuses on the five major areas that will allow you to grow your business step by step, one building on the other, each with its own creative spin which is individual and natural to you.  Most importantly – each is repeatable, and each time you repeat it, your sales and audience reach grow.

We’re authors too.  We understand that publishers are doing less for their authors so more responsibility is falling to us.  But we want to write – not “sell”.  With the Writers Business School we can show you what things you need to be doing and how to do them in a repeatable fashion to reach your goals.

It all starts with knowing your platform.  Platform guides you in creating the brand most comfortable and natural for you, helps you zero in on the activities most helpful to getting your book in front of people who want to see it. We’ll teach you the all pieces you need for a successful writing business.