Archives for May 2014

How Much Time Should You Spend Marketing Your Self-Published, Fiction Books?

Recently, I did a post about how and why I was making a transition in my writing career — going from freelance, non-fiction business writing, to self-publishing mostly fiction (romance/crime).

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Freelance Writers Needed Immediately … Pays $3,000-$4,000

Are you a published writer with experience writing cookbooks or books on food-related hobbies like home brewing, canning and pickling? Callisto Media is a startup publishing company of best-selling non-fiction….

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Another Outlet for Freelance Writers to Make Quick Cash Bites the Dust

I received an email from Helium this morning; woke up to it in my Junk mail folder (I’d forgotten that I’d even signed up for an account with them, so the email didn’t come to my inbox). After 8 years, they’re closing up shop….

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When to Stop Freelancing for Others & Start Writing for Yourself

If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you know that I’ve talked about my plan to one day transition mostly to writing for myself….

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Freelance Writing Jobs for the Week of 5/12/2014

I hope you enjoyed Mother’s Day yesterday. Now, to this week’s listings … there are some really good ones!…

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Freelance Writers: A Hot, Growing Niche Where You Can Make Really Good Money

If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you know that I’m a self-published author. So, what does that have to do with the title of this post? Well, servicing self-publishers is the hot niche I’m talking about, as I discuss in this article.

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Freelance Writing Jobs for the Week of 5/5/2014

First let me say, Happy Cinco de Mayo (now where’s that tequila!) :-)…

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Julia Hali

I have done writing, editing and proofreading for various companies including: Nyack College, BWP Hardwoods, Inc. and Habitat for Humanity.

In my spare time, I enjoy writing children’s books, reading, cooking, traveling and overcoming challenges….

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