Comments about Should I bid on writing jobs??

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COMMENTS ON Should I bid on writing jobs??

Don’t forget that the companies placing the help-wanted ads can easily get access to the help-wanted platforms, and drive the bids DOWN. Duh.

– Scott Rose

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LOVE LOVE LOVE your response. I’ve had two magazines offer me “no pay.” (Yeah right!). Then one immediately turned around and said, “I see you’re a professional writer. How does $75.00 sound?” I took it. Yep, we writers grovel anyway, and can’t be bothered with 1/2 of a penny per word. Thanks, Angela, as always!

– Suzanne Beyer

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COMMENTS ON PART IV – The Romantic History of WritersWeekly and BookLocker

Such a beautiful photo of two amazing people. I love reading about your sweet family, and It’s so interesting to see the behind the scenes workings of Booklocker . I agree with everything Debbie said about the integrity and friendliness of Booklocker. Who could imagine that working with a publisher could make one feel safe.

I look forward to working with you when I complete my next novel.

Best wishes,

– Pamela Allegretto, author
Bridge of Sighs and Dreams

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Angela, I just love your story. It is so refreshing to read about someone who is committed to making their life work and not what or who is next on the horizon. I have followed you for years and you can tell a person’s character by their actions. Everything about you screams honesty. You are there for writers and do all you can to make sure they get a fair deal. You have our backs with your expose’ and your articles. I just wanted you to know you are very much appreciated by myself and many others. I recommend you and BookLocker every chance I get. You can bet when the time comes I am ready to publish, it will be through you. (And no, I am not trying to suck up. LOL.)

Seriously, thanks for all you do!

– Debbie Radcliffe

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