During the months that have elapsed since my last post, I have been examining where I am now and where I want to be in the next few years. This sort of self-examination was my intent during the current phase of my […]
Pricing—and my book What to Charge: Pricing Strategies for Freelancers and Consultants—is the focus of my attention in April, with three scheduled events.
On Wednesday, April 17, I’ll be doing a live webinar […]
This was an unusual year for my freelance writing and editing business. It was the year that business almost wasn’t.
I began the year putting the finishing touches on my new ebook Freelance Fee Setting: Quick […]
My phone didn’t stop ringing for days when Hurricane Sandy hit New York. Friends and family saw pictures of the devastation and called to see if I was okay. They didn’t realize that New York topography is highly […]
Do you know how to track sales of your books in real time using Amazon. com? That’s the topic of an article I wrote for WOW-womenonwriting.com. (It’s OK, men; you can read it too!) Find the article here: <a […]
On Wednesday, August 15, I will be a guest on Jackie Peterson’s Internet radio show Better, Smarter, Richer. The show airs at 10 AM Pacific time (1 PM Eastern time) at http://www.w4wn.com.
Jackie is the author of a […]
I’ll be selling my award-winning book What to Charge: Pricing Strategies for Freelancers and Consultants and print copies of Freelance Fee Setting: Quick Guide for When a Client Demands a Price NOW (normally […]
Laurie Lewis wrote a new post, NAIWE Pricing Expert Makes Two Appearances in April, on the site Laurie Lewis 1 year, 8 months ago
April is a busy month for me, with two book-related events.
On Saturday, April 14, I’m giving a talk on pricing at the 10th Annual Freelance Workshop sponsored by the Delaware Valley Chapter of the American […]
My book What to Charge: Pricing Strategies for Freelancers and Consultants was one of only two titles to place in multiple categories in the 2011 Reader Views literary awards, which were announced last week. What […]
For the first week or so in the life of my new e-book, Freelance Fee Setting: Quick Guide for When a Client Demands a Price NOW, I did no promotion. I was curious to see how many people would find it simply by […]
Earlier this week my new ebook, Freelance Fee Setting: Quick Guide for When a Client Demands a Price NOW, debuted on Kindle. It will soon be available for other ebook readers.
I already wrote one book—many […]
Earlier this month, the print edition of my book What to Charge: Pricing Strategies for Freelancers and Consultants suddenly disappeared from Amazon. It still appears there, but it can be purchased only from […]
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