Question for 01/28/2016: In last week’s issue of WritersWeekly.com, who taught us about writing about the “tough stuff?” Send your answer through the contact form here. You must be a WritersWeekly.com subscriber to participate in the weekly contests. Subscribe (it’s free!). NOTE: ONLY ONE WINNER PER HOUSEHOLD PER CALENDAR QUARTER, PLEASE. THIS WEEK’S PRIZE: A […]
About three years ago, at age 45, I was sitting in my pajamas, eating breakfast, pondering how to change careers, when I asked myself – what do I really enjoy? The answer came back – you like reading and you like movies! What freelance career could I spin my hobbies into? Here’s what I did: […]
I was just wondering, is it pretty easy to get started on your website? Do you give details of how to do it or is it like a “self learning” book I would read?
If you have teaching credentials, or years in the classroom, use these skills to write for academic publishers. Classic textbooks are revised periodically, and published year after year. In many cases, the professor does little writing, while farming out the actual writing to others. The big three textbook publishers – McGraw-Hill Education, Pearson Education, and […]
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I’m writing to thank you for the market listings. I’ve gotten a few stories published from querying some of those listings. But yesterday I hit it big.
I am SO fed up! And, I fully expect this article to get slammed by the faint of heart, the political correctness police, and anybody else who can’t accept a good, honest rant!
I was hoping things would slow down in January but they haven’t. Usually, after the holidays, Richard and I try to have a month of down-time. However, this year that didn’t happen. Looking at our calendar for January, I noticed yesterday why I’ve felt so frazzled. There’s hardly any white space left!
Question for 01/22/2016: What big event is happening at WritersWeekly this weekend?! Send your answer through the contact form here. You must be a WritersWeekly.com subscriber to participate in the weekly contests. Subscribe (it’s free!). NOTE: ONLY ONE WINNER PER HOUSEHOLD PER CALENDAR QUARTER, PLEASE. THIS WEEK’S PRIZE: A free book of your choosing from […]