(Spoiler: The first draft is always bad. We just happen to be privileged to see a whole lot of them.)
Take responsibility for your own behavior, actions, and relationships with this in-depth workbook from Dr. Faith Harper and Joe Biel. Can be used on its own or along with the book How to Be Accountable. Figure out your own history, your values, your needs, wants, and emotions. Examine your shadow side and your unwanted habits. And then get down into the brass tacks of making the changes you know you need to in order to live the life you want.
Managing your personal finances doesn’t have to be terrifying and drenched in guilt. Anna Jo Beck breaks it all down in this money guide for people who hate money. Spending, saving, getting a handle on debt, and the basics of investing are all made super easy to understand. You’ve got this!
Trying to write but struggling to get the words on the page, mired in imposter syndrome, or just not sure where you’re going with it? Prolific, bestselling authors Dr. Faith Harper and Joe Biel have teamed up to bring you this book that’s especially focused on long-form nonfiction, but is useful for any writers who find themselves lacking focus or wanting more structure and direction.
On today’s episode of A People’s Guide to Publishing podcast, Joe and Elly look at the Audio Publishers Association report on 2020 audiobook sales and listening habits. How many of us are switching to audio? Who is making the switch? What are we listening to? And how? And what does this mean for print and ebooks? Listen or watch for hot takes on all this and more.