Published: July 13th, 2013
Read from September 7th to 9th, 2013
Synopsis from Goodreads:
This freelance writing guide is for writers who want to organize and simplify their writing life. Learn the tips and tricks experienced freelance writers use to help them run their freelance writing businesses and still leave time for getting the writing done.
In this writing guide you'll find tips that will help you:
Find time to dedicate to your writing.
Get more writing done each day.
Find markets to sell your writing to.
Improve your writing style.
Learn more about the craft of creative writing and the business of freelance writing.
Edit and proof your work quickly and effectively.
Run your freelance finances.
Make a difference with the writing you produce and publish.
Connect with other writers both online and off.
Organize your online life so that you can promote your writing business and still have time to write.
This book offers some great advice for freelance writers and even people interested in becoming freelance writers. As someone who has thought about becoming a freelance writer, I thought it was a good book that was full of some great advice.
A lot of it is information that you will find other places, but the book is well organized and a quick read. I definitely recommend it to anyone with even the slightest of interest in becoming a freelance writer, but it's especially helpful to those who are just starting out. Some of it you may already know and some may make you think differently. If you're planning on becoming a freelance writer, this book will help you understand a bit more about what you need to do to be successful.