Learning about creating systems for your book-writing business is one of the most important things you can do for time-management. And, if you’re like me, you know that time-management is a huge issue because all the administrivia can feel truly overwhelming at time.

How do you manage social media, create effective marketing materials, cover art, ads, and everything else that comes with being a writer…all the while keeping your creativity flowing and making sure you still make writing itself your number one priority?

USA Today bestselling author Tonya Kappes has it figured out. She has elevated her career to a true business, which operates under the umbrella of Tonya Kappes Books. 

Watch my YouTube Craft Chat with her. I guarantee you will come away inspired to create some systems for yourself!


In case you missed it, check out Part One with Tonya.

There are a variety of other Craft Chats for you to enjoy, as well.

Why you should research when writing fiction with Linda Lovely

Writing Historicals with Heather Redmond

How to outline while still writing by the seat of your pants with Darryl Wood Gerber

Writing the villain with Annette Dashofy

Writing tips from the writer’s room with Ellen Byron

Did you read about understanding the building blocks of a scene? Read it HERE!



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Melissa Bourbon is the national bestselling author of more than twenty-eight novels. She is a teacher, coach, podcaster, and writer. She has applied her love of teaching to the creation of WriterSpark Academy, an online school for aspiring and new writers seeking to hone their craft. Learn more about Melissa at her website,