More Awards for What to Charge

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 to Charge tied for first place in the Business/Sales/Economics category and  came in second in the Writing/Publication category.

In November, What to Charge was named a finalist in the USA Best Books 2011 competition, in the Business: Writing & Publishing category.

I am honored that What to Charge is being recognized as a valuable book for operators of small businesses and for those who write professionally.

NAIWE has long recognized the value of this book and has made it available for members to purchase. Just click on



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  2. Congratulations, Laurie! Your book is an amazing resource, and I’m delighted to see that it’s receiving the honors it deserves. Thanks for allowing us to share it, too.

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