Working From Home
By: Ruth Soukup
If you are looking to get started with blogging for profit, this book is great. It encourages open and honest blogging as a way to make some income from home. It is presented in a very easy to read, straight forward and friendly way that made this book a really enjoyable read.
By: Connie Brentford
The Moonlighter’s Guide is a great way to learn about the places you can get started writing for as a new writer. If you want to build your resume and writing experience while making some money, this guide can point you in the right direction.
By: Sarah Mae
Every time I read something by Sally Mae I feel challenged and inspired. This book was very simple and easy to follow, taking a very realistic and honest look at how to approach marketing and selling ebooks. I am so thankful I made the investment and bought this ebook, it has helped me so much since I started blogging. Every time I write a new ebook, I refer to this book. Thanks, Sally Mae!
Tell Your Time : How to Manage Your Schedule So You Can Live Free
By: Amy Lynn Andrews
Amy Lynn, who has a phenomenal website about blogging you should check out if you are interested in blogging, and I really found her book on time management helpful. I find that periodically I need a reminder of how to effectively use my time, once my current system is not working effectively for me. Her concept of budgeting your time every day has helped me work more efficiently and get more done in general. Here is a huge shout out to Amy, and a five-star recommendation for anyone else who is not satisfied with how well they are using the time they have.