Guest Post: 60 Freelance Writing Resources

By Joe Flanagan If you're considering moving into freelance writing or have already chosen this path as your career then these 60 helpful freelance writing resources are for you. It covers freelance writing resources for the modern day including writing tools, social media groups and forums, blogs and podcasts, plus much more. You'll never be stuck for …

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Guest Post: Two Interesting Ways to Organize Your Workplace

By Emily Johnson - Omnipapers Writers who work from home, or anyone who works from home, will find this infographic useful for keeping organized and staying healthy. Every freelance worker may agree that working from home needs concentration and self-organization. And more often than not, people don't pay attention to their workplaces. However, a well-organized workplace can not …

Working as a Freelance Writer

There's been a lot of chatter lately about how writers earn a living. The Write Life has an excellent post, "Talking About Money: Why Writers Need to Be More Honest About How We Earn," which covers Ann Bauer's Salon essay on being sponsored by her husband, as well as how other writers earn a living and how …

The Ins and Outs of Blogging as a Professional Writer

Blogging is one of the best ways to build a platform, both as a book author and as a freelance writer. I plan on posting more about the specifics of being a freelancer, now having done it for a while, but blogging seems a good place to start, since it applies to both types of …

New Opportunities for Children’s Writers: Subscription Services

Read my latest article in Children's Writer Newsletter. It's about subscription services for children's ebooks, and it covers some of the freelance opportunities for children's writers. Here's an excerpt: Ebooks are now mainstream, and as more readers use tablets and e-readers, subscription services have become popular. In the children’s book world, startups and well-established companies alike are offering ebooks …