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Writing Freelance

  • Turn talent into dollars
  • Understand the business of writing
  • Find out if you have what it takes
Writing Freelance
Do you want to be a writer and make money? Are you someone with interesting ideas and an intense curiosity about a subject or many different subjects? Have you pushed this side of yourself into the shadows because you equated writing with poverty?

Writing Freelance will show you how to succeed in turning your talent and skill into dollars. This book not only covers the advantages and disadvantages of being a freelance writer, but also the nuts-and-bolts issues of running a successful business. It delves into who hires writers and why, what the essential traits of a freelance writer are, and how to plan and set goals.

Other topics include:
  • Deciding if freelance writing is for you
  • Getting started
  • Finding work
  • Communicating with editors and clients
  • Conducting research
  • Correcting and avoiding problems Getting paid
“'s prospective writers would do well to refer to Christine Adamec's comprehensive guide to the industry ... “ A total A-Z of professional writing for the aspirant who knows nothing about the market... “... handily arranged in sections that anticipate the student's every question ” Quill Quire, June 2000
Written by Christine Adamec. Published by Self-Counsel Press, 2000.
Catalogue No. 1-55180-289-9
Price $19.95
Format Softcover
Pages 272
Language English only
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This page last modified: May 23, 2000

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