Here's what we discussed on the blogs this week...
Scared? That’s OK. It means you’re a writer. You should be pleased about that.
I’ve had several questions about the necessity of creating multiple income streams from your writing over the past week. Let’s look at why you should think about creating multiple income streams.
There’s no need to forget your writing, even if you’re celebrating Thanksgiving, and relaxing over the weekend. Take a couple of hours and write a short story. You might just win a Barnes & Noble Nook, AND $500.
Your most important task as a freelance writer is to develop your network of relationships — people you know, and who know you.
This week, several writers have contacted me about “how to charge for freelance writing”. There are many ways to work out a rates sheet for your freelance writing business. However, you can’t always stick to it.
As you know, I’m a huge believer in writing for residual income, that is, writing ebooks and other material which will keep making money for you long after you’ve written it.
Writing and selling Kindle ebooks has been the hot new thing for writers for a while. But I understand — you want numbers, numbers…