Sole Practices represent about 30% of architecture firms. Yet very little has been written exclusively for this business model. Can the Sole Practice model be seen as a destination and not simply a season to beginning a private practice? Edward J Shannon, AIA believes so! Written for Sole Practitioner Architects by a Sole Practitioner Architect, the author draws on his experiences of what has worked and what hasn’t in his years of operating a one-person firm. This “Guidebook” covers topics such as: finances, marketing, tools, and practice “types” as they are related to sole practices. Written in a witty and personable style, it offers guidance and tools to those contemplating establishing a sole practice in addition to encouragement and direction for established sole practitioners.