Archives for August 2014

How to Make Money Writing Romance – Pretty Good Money!

It’s been a minute since I’ve written a non-fiction ebook. But, I’ve been getting a lot of questions lately about romance writing, so I thought I’d share what I’ve learned in almost 18 months of writing in this genre.

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How to Effectively — and Profitably — Switch Niches as a Freelance Writer in 3 Easy Steps

Last month, I received the following email from a freelance writer. She wants to switch writing niches, or more aptly put, hone in on one she’s targeted. She wrote:…

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Elance is seeking in-person employees full time in the Mountain View, CA area. Ultimately, the job will transition to a remote working situation, but there’s no set timeline on that. Company is looking to hire up to 6 full-time writers. Following are the specifics:…

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Freelance Writers: Ever Thought about Making Money Self-Publishing Romance Novels? It’s Easier Than You Think

Recently, I did an “Author Interview” over at RomanceJunkies.com. It’s an award-winning blog for romance readers by the way, getting over 1,000,000 hits per month. And, it was named one of the 101 best sites for writers in 2009, 2010 and 2011.

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How to Make a FT Living Writing Romance: Romance Junkies Author Interview w/Yuwanda Black

Publisher Note: This interview originally appeared on the RomanceJunkies.com blog. The link to it on that site is no longer live, so I decided to publish it here.

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Getting Freelance Writing Jobs: The Exact Steps I Took to Become a Fearless — and Effective — Cold Caller

The following is a guest post by Julia Hali

Some people say cold calling is dead, but freelancers are still using cold calling to find new clients weekly. Take Sharmeen Akbani Gangat for instance. Gangat is the CEO of the Glocul Group. She regularly uses cold calls to connect with and land prospects — every week with minimal marketing!…

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Freelance Writing Tips: 5 Simple Steps to Crafting Almost Anything — Super Fast!

Written by Tracy Wilson

I’ve been writing for over 20 years now. In that time I’ve tried many forms – sort stories, articles, blogs, a novel, fillers, poetry – you name it! Looking back over my experiences I’ve found two things: first, there’s a lot of trial and error involved in developing as a writer, and second, most forms of writing can be summarised in one succinct process.

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