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Transcribe Like A Pro: Making Money from Home

Available on Amazon

Transcribe Like a Pro: Making Money from Home is now available on Amazon. It’s available in both digital for only $9.99 on Kindle and paperback for $14.99. If you have Kindle Unlimited, you can read it at no charge on your Kindle! You may also loan the book to an interested friend if you purchase it. I think loans expire after two weeks. And you can loan it to only one friend at a time per Amazon guidelines.

If you don’t have a Kindle device, Amazon has a free Kindle reader that you can download as a phone or PC app. I would appreciate it very much if you could leave a review if you take advantage of any of the reading options above. Because I’m looking to help as many people as I can as they try to transition into this new world of working from home. And reviews help book rankings.

Transcribe Like a Pro: Making Money from Home is only 8 short chapters of easy-to-follow advice to get you started – or to help you improve – as a transcriptionist. My new book goes hand in hand with my #smlworkfromhome series of posts. And I will continue to write more of these types of posts for the next few months until I finish the series. If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment below any of the posts. You may also contact me with any questions.

At the end of the book, I have provided checklists and a dictionary of common phrases that are used in the industry. I think you will find those to be very handy after you read the book. Please continue to check back for new information I’ll be providing in upcoming posts. You may also enjoy my previous post about healthy habits for transcribing professionals

Thanks for visiting today. Take care and continue to stay safe.

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