About Avery Breyer:
I’m happily married, and am very grateful for the support of my spouse and kids, for without that, I’d never be able to do what I do.
I grew up in a family that was very open about money, and it’s always surprised me that most people are not open about the topic at all. I’d like to change that because I think we can learn a lot by talking about it with one another.
What inspires you to write?
I want to share my knowledge about money management and investing in real estate with others. This stuff is life changing, and I wish more people were aware of how to use these tools to better their lives. I thrive on the positive feedback that I get from my readers, and am honored that they’d let me and my books into their lives!
Tell us about your writing process.
I come up with a list of chapter ideas, and follow that up with an outline of what I want to cover in each chapter. From there, I usually write the “easier” chapters first, just so I feel like I’m getting somewhere – it’s nice to get the quick win of having something substantial written out quickly. After that, I move on to the chapters that I find harder to write due to the time involved.
What advice would you give other writers?
Set a goal for yourself to write a little bit every day. No matter how busy your life is, you can almost always fit in the time to write at least a little bit – over time, all those bits will add up to a whole book!
How did you decide how to publish your books?
Using a traditional publisher seemed a lot more intimidating to me than self-publishing. I prefer to have control over how things go, how I promote the book, and my deadlines – self-publishing provides that.
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
I think that self-publishing will become more and more popular – modern technology makes it easy to learn how to do it, if you have the will and motivation.
What do you use?: Professional Editor, Professional Cover Designer
What genres do you write?: Non-fiction, mostly about personal finance.
What formats are your books in?: eBook