“Carol’s system for making the right strategic decisions is a must read if you want to create a quality book that will bring you business results worth millions.”

Rick Frishman, Co-Author of the Author 101 book series, RickFrishman.com


“If you’re looking for information about how to create a book, then this is your idea guide! The excellent examples shown here are sure to help any business author shake some ideas loose and find a concept that works. Well done!”

Stephanie Chandler, Founder of the Nonfiction Authors Association, Founder of the annual Nonfiction Writers Conference and Author of Own Your Niche: Hype-Free Internet Marketing Tactics to Establish Authority in Your Field and Promote Your Service-Based Business, StephanieChandler.com


“A book about starting a book . . . . This is a goldmine for experts and entrepreneurs who want to become authors!”

Liz Goodgold, Media & Branding Expert, Author and Coach, RedFireBranding.com


“If you’ve been on the sidelines thinking about writing a book but not sure where to start, this book is for you! Its proven process for making the essential strategic decisions will move you forward quickly into being ready to start writing and get yourself out there!”

Stephanie Frank, Two-Time Best-Selling Author, StephanieFrank.com


“This workbook about book types will expand your thinking and help you create not only one, but several winning book ideas. The best part about this book is that it gives you a broad spectrum of books to review, both traditionally and independently published. This quick read is highly recommended for any nonfiction author who needs inspiration.”

Lynne Klippel, Best-Selling Author of Overcomers, Inc., BusinessBuildingBooks.com


“Carol Abrahamson has taken the ‘delay of indecisiveness’ out of writing your business book. Get off your butt, pick one of her book types and get published. There’s no better marketing brochure than a book with your name on it.”

John M. Fox, President, Venture Marketing and Author of Marketing Playbook: The Marketing Director’s Definitive Guide, VentureMarketing.com