In Fab Freelance Writing Ezine this week, our article is "Writing Books As A Dream Home Business".
Here's an excerpt:
Writing books is a dream home business. You can write when, where and how it suits you, without a commute, and without a boss looking over your shoulder.Read the rest of the article in Fab Freelance Writing Ezine this Wednesday.
There's something else which makes writing books extremely attractive: since the rights to books are licensed, the author receives a royalty (somewhere between six and 15 per cent of the sales price) for each and every copy of his books which is sold, for years, and sometimes for decades, to come.
Unlike freelance writing for magazines or the Web, or copywriting, authors (writers who write books) are writing for long term income – for twice-a-year royalties arriving in their bank account, for years, as long as a particular book stays in print. Imagine if you've got royalties from five or more books flowing to you twice a year.
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