Guides for starting your own business

By , Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor

Other new books on the subject of entrepreneurial women include ''Be Your Own Boss: The Complete, Indispensable, Hands-on Guide to Starting and Running Your Own Business,'' by Dana Shilling, to be published March 6 (New York: Penguin Books, $8.95 paper). Written for people with little money and with or without previous business experience, the book provides a solid framework for thinking about a business venture of one's own. It also describes the essentials necessary for making a new business a success.

''Invest in Yourself: A Woman's Guide to Starting Her Own Business,'' by Peg Moran (New York: Doubleday, $9.95 paper). The author, a successful small-business operator, is now also a management consultant to other companies.

America's first magazine targeted to the fast-growing market of entrepreneurial women will be called ''WE - Woman Entrepreneur.'' It will be published four times a year by the non-profit American Woman's Economic Development Corporation, 60 East 42nd Street, New York, N.Y. 10017.

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Edited by Alma C. Moore, it will include articles on women entrepreneurs, business success tips, and columns on books and travel. Available by subscription for $16 per year, or mailed free to members who pay $50 per year to join the networking group ''American Women Entrepreneurs,'' also sponsored by AWED.

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