I had this one in my stack from the library for a while. Its due back soon so I figured its time to read it.
Originally published in 1997 some of the price structures may be a bit dated. One thing I did not like is it spent too many pages on this type of craft= this type of pricing structure. Especially since they all sort of equalled the same amount. I think a nice generic list and description would have worked nicely. I didn't like this because I had to read through a lot of redundancy before getting to those little gems of information. Like which crafts actually need to be priced differently, and why.
And this book has gems of information! The biggest and shiniest being establishing a studio rate versus just paying yourself an hourly wage. The second biggest gem is value vs. price.
There are lots of great and useful forms in the back of the book, there are at least two I will be making copies of to use.
Yes this book is worth reading.
I borrowed this one from my library--love the library!