So, this just showed up in a search at my public library's ebook loans (overdrive). The author is both traditionally and self-published. Synopsis on back of book says:
"The Rational Writer: Nuts and Bolts is the first step-by-step guide to project management for writers, and it's equally suited to independent authors who self-publish their own books and traditional authors with publishing contracts from large or small presses. USA Today bestselling author and attorney Mindy Klasky shares more than 20 years of publishing experience to help writers spend more time writing books and less time managing business details. This nuts and bolts guide includes links to actual spreadsheets and legal forms, available for download and personalization.
Strategic Planning for Success: Defining a mission statement, setting precise goals, developing concrete strategies, and implementing specific actions to build your career.
Time Management for Success: Quantifying time allocation, identifying challenges to time management, and creating a tactical plan to meet all deadlines for print and ebook publication.
Tracking Data for Success: Identifying metadata for successful promotion of books and tracking those metadata across multiple books, series, and genres.
Quantifying Career Success: Monitoring freelance income, recording business deductions, and tracking books sold.
Specialized Issue in Successful Publishing: Executing rapid-release publishing for a series and creating and marketing multi-author boxed sets.
It's your writing career. Make the most of it!"
Didn't show up at my library but she also wrote:
"A survey of modern publishing from A to Z, with exclusive career planning prompts.
The Rational Writer: A to Z is equally suited to up-and-coming independent authors who self-publish their own books and traditional authors with hopes of landing a publishing contract with a large or small press. USA Today bestselling author and attorney Mindy Klasky shares more than 20 years of publishing experience to help writers plan their careers.
This A to Z guide includes discussions of basic topics, encouraging authors to explore their own thoughts about what they write and how they want to be published.
• Critique groups
• Networking and Social Media
• Query letters
• And much, much more"