Three lovely new book reviews!

I’ve been seeing a drop in my book sales recently; whether that’s to do with the Amazon boycott or people not wanting to start new businesses in December, I’m not sure. But I was mightily cheered by these three recent reviews for my books!

Your guide to starting and building your businessFirst off, a lovely note about my Omnibus edition of my two business books – which I created to give the best value I could, as it’s a lower price than the two bought separately.

Wise advice. … The book is packed with calm, realistic advice drawn from Liz Broomfield’s own experience as someone who isn’t a high-flying, entrepreneur, but has built herself a sustainable and successful business … She makes no empty promises, but delivers sense and practicality on every page. (Read the full review here)

quick guide to your career in transcription

Secondly, this just in on my Quick Guide to your Career in Transcription:

Excellent, accessible guide. Really useful, pithy, no nonsense guide … I will definitely use Liz Broomfield’s advice and I’m sure I’ll regularly dip into this ebook for her useful tips. (Read the full review here)

I’m so pleased that this one is continuing to help people with new careers.

Quick guide to networking, social media and social capital

And last but not least, the third review for my newest book, Quick Guide to Networking, Social Media and Social Capital:

A useful and well-written guide to social media. … The information is explained very clearly so as to be easy for even a newcomer to internet social networking to use, yet the guide is detailed enough for those more experienced in social media to also learn something from. It is well worth picking up … (Read the full review here)

How lovely! As ever, I’m so glad I’m helping people – that’s why I got into writing books in the first place! And it’s encouraged me to push on with my next writing project, a version of the omnibus just for editors and proofreaders, and a self-mentoring guide for anyone who is setting up or running a small business!

Find out more about Your Guide to Starting and Building your Business, Quick Guide to your Career in Transcription and Quick Guide to Networking, Social Media and Social Capital including where and how to buy by following the links.

My sixth five-star review for “Quick Guide to your Career in Transcription”

quick guide to your career in transcriptionI was chuffed to notice a new review for my book, “Quick Guide to your Career in Transcription“. This one is flying off the (virtual) shelves at the moment, which is cheering as I put together my next offering, another in my “Quick Guides” series. This one on transcription gathers together all of the useful information I wished I’d known when I started doing transcription work (flailing around using non-optimal technology and without the huge range of shortcuts I’ve developed over the years). Transcription is a huge and valued (and fun!) part of my work life; there’s plenty of work to go around and I’m always glad to spread the word: it’s lovely when I hear back from happy readers!

This e-book was excellent and to the point! I have been considering starting my own transcription business for a while now and this has given me the extra knowledge and confidence I needed to pursue it! Highly recommend it!!
How lovely! Thank you to this Amazon reviewer, and I hope she does well in her business!
Want to read this book? Have a look here for info and links to Amazon, Smashwords, etc., where you can buy.

A new review for “Quick Guide to your Career in Transcription”

quick guide to your career in transcriptionI was very pleased to see this five-star review on Amazon for my “Quick Guide to your Career in Transcription“. Reviews do really matter, especially to indie authors – they give prospective buyers reassurance about the quality of the product, and reassure them that other people have bought it (no one wants to feel like a fool, buying something that no one else has bothered with). It is also extremely nice for authors to get feedback that their books have given enjoyment, amusement or information to their readers. This kind of review really brightens my day!

Worth ten times its price in value. This is a short book, but it packs a great amount of information in it. The section on Word AutoCorrect is worth the price! As a professional journalist, this book was invaluable – especially as I plan to start freelance transcription services. I only wish I had this information years ago.”