Taking Down My For-Profit Ebooks — Get Them Before They Go Away!

As a result of the learning process that went along with creating my four free ebooks, I’ve decided to take down the two ebooks that I offer for sale. I’m planning on bringing out something new later this year, which will include some of the same information as those ebooks.

While I’m working on that big project, though, I don’t want to worry about these ebooks. The shopping cart software that I use for them (E-Junkie) requires a little more attention than I’d like, and I want to be able to focus. I’ll also be changing shopping cart software when I launch the awesome secret thing I’m working on.

I’m heading out of town for a chunk of March (SXSW, as well as some personal traveling), so that seems like an ideal time to make the transition.

That means that if you want a copy of Market Your Freelance Writing in 31 Days or The Freelance Writer’s Guide to Passive Income — if you’ll have any use for the information in these two ebooks before I finish the new thing I’m working on — get it now. You’ve got until the end of the day March 1st to pick up your copy.

Buy Market Your Freelance Writing in 31 Days for $13

Buy The Freelance Writer’s Guide to Passive Income for $27

And I’m gonna sweeten the pot, because I have it on good authority that I’m a nice person. I’ve got to live up to that reputation.

I’ve got another product available, that I put together with Ali Luke. We sell The Creativity Toolbox over at ConstructivelyProductive.com. It’s a set of three ebooks and eight interviews geared towards making it easier to be productive when you’re pursuing your creative passion. That’s right: we (and some incredible experts like Charlie Gilkey and Lexi Rodrigo) tell you how to get more done when it comes to your writing business.

The Creativity Toolbox sells by itself for $47. If you were to buy it and both of the ebooks I sell here, you’d pay more than $80. But, in light of the fact that I’m pulling my two ebooks off the market, I want to do something cool.

That something is offering all three info products for $67. You save twenty bucks, I get warm fuzzies and everyone is happy.

Buy all three products for $67

If you’ve already bought one of the three products but want to get the other two, please let me know. I’m not sure how many people are going to be in that situation and I’m not particularly good at combinatorics, so I’m not setting up different combinations of two ebooks on sale. You’re also more than welcome to buy just one of my ebooks by themselves. And, just to be clear, the Creativity Toolbox is not going off the market. This is just a cool deal I want to offer.

A lot of people have said very nice things about these ebooks, for what it’s worth:

Allena Tapia says,

Bram starts off with an instant hook, and doesn’t let up. Her advice is obviously based on in-the-trenches work from which new writers will obviously benefit, but her added twists and some novel ideas make this ebook helpful to veterans, too.

Read her full review at About.com.

Susan Johnston says,

…veteran freelance writer Thursday Bram released an ebook earlier this week that offers simple steps that freelancers can take to market and grow their business. Yes, it’s still work, but Thursday breaks it down so that marketing seems less daunting and more doable.

Read her full review at The Urban Muse.

Michael Kwan says,

Thursday lays out this information in a clear and concise manner, allowing you to digest the information in reasonably-sized chunks.

Read his full review at Beyond the Rhetoric.

Myscha Theriault says,

Bram mixes traditional advice (make goal setting your first step) with real world practicality providing resource suggestions and tried and true tricks to keep your sanity with a work at home career.

Read her full review at We Be Sharin’.

Susan Johnston says,

If you have that entrepreneurial spark and the desire to sell your own products, then you’ll find a treasure trove of information, much of it from people in the trenches selling these kinds of products themselves. Though Bram modestly suggests that her eBook isn’t suitable for people who’ve already explored passive income streams, I picked up several tips and tricks along the way (yes, even in the section about eBooks).

Read her full review at The Urban Muse

Jennifer Roland

I bought my copy on Friday, and I have devoured it in the few days since then…Bram provides a full slate of ideas to help freelancers build multiple income streams while never asking them to buy into the myth that earning passive income (or any income) is easy.

Read her full review at Jen’s Writing Journey

3 Comments

  1. Lynda   •  

    When will the books be coming back? I just found your site and would love to purchase these ebooks.

    • thursday   •     Author

      @Lynda I’m afraid that at this time I’m not planning to bring back these ebooks at all. However, I will bringing out some related projects in the near future, so I hope you keep checking back.

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