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Table of Contents

*Angela's Desk - Topic, Common Themes, and Winners of the WritersWeekly.com Winter, 2017 24-Hour Short Story Contest!

* "Home Office" ...Please, PLEASE Pull This DEMON Out of My Mouth!!

* Feature Article - In Just 1 Year, I Earned $23,000 Publishing My First Book!

* Q & A - "I'm afraid that self-publishing company is going to steal my manuscript!"

* Paying Markets For Writers and Photographers

* Freelance Writing Jobs - 03/08/2017

* Success Story - Writers, Got Mood Swings? Profit From Them!

* Whispers & Warnings 

* WritersWeekly Trivia Question for 03/08/2017

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Angela's Desk

Topic, Common Themes, and Winners of the WritersWeekly.com Winter, 2017 24-Hour Short Story Contest!

Topic, Common Themes, and Winners of the WritersWeekly.com Winter, 2017 24-Hour Short Story Contest!

For the past six weeks, we’ve spent every spare moment judging the hundreds of entries submitted for the WritersWeekly Winter, 2017 24-Hour Short Story Contest. In case you’re not familiar with our quarterly contest, this is how it works: On the date of the contest, at start-time, we send out the topic for that specific contest to all registered entrants…

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From The Home Office

Please, PLEASE Yank This DEMON Out of My Mouth!!!

Please, PLEASE Yank This DEMON Out of My Mouth!!!

"But, my blood pressure was too high from fear and pain! What if they couldn't or wouldn't remove the tooth?! I'm really not the type of person to lose it in public but I was terrified, and in so much pain. I started begging and pleading, and loudly said, "If you don't pull my tooth today, I damn well will!"

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This Week's Article

In Just 1 Year, I Earned $23,000 Publishing My First Book! by Mikey Chlanda

In Just 1 Year, I Earned $23,000 Publishing My First Book!

Eight surgeries down. Six more to go, and then a year or two of rehab. What was a fire lieutenant out on injury leave from being hit, and thrown 37 feet by a van, going to do? Why, write a book, of course! I needed something to take my mind off of the injuries and upcoming rehab. When I went …

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Ask The Expert

"I'm afraid that self-publishing company is going to steal my manuscript!"

"I'm afraid that self-publishing company is going to steal my manuscript!"

"How do I know they won't take my rights, or steal my manuscript from me altogether?"

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Letters and Comments

Letters and Comments for 03/08/2017
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Paying Markets

EARTH Magazine

"Earth science news magazine." 15% freelance. Welcomes new writers. Circ. 10K. Monthly. Pays on acceptance. Publishes ms two months after acceptance. Buys exclusive rights. No reprints Responds one week. Sample copy available online. Subscription $19.99 digital, $35 print. Guidelines at website. Pays $0.30/word for 300-3000 words.

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The Cincinnati Review

"The Cincinnati Review is a literary magazine published biannually out of the University of Cincinnati. Prose and poetry from our pages has appeared in anthologies including Best American Poetry, Best American Short Stories, Best American Essays, and others." 100% Freelance. Welcomes new writers. Circ. 1000. Biannual. Pays on publication. Publishes ms 3-6 months after acceptance. Sample copy available for $9 online. Subscription $15. Pays $30/page for poetry, $25/page for prose.

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Cineaste

"America's leading magazine on the art and politics of the cinema" 30% freelance. Welcomes new writers. Circ. 10K. Quarterly. Pays on publication. Publishes ms 2-3 months after acceptance. Buys First serial rights. Rarely accepts reprints. Responds 3-4 weeks. Sample available by sending $7 postpaid to the above address. Subscription $22; $40 outside the U.S. Pays from $50 (for most reviews) to $100 or more (for feature articles or interviews).

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Freelance Writing Jobs

Writing Jobs For 02/22/2017

NEED WRITERS, BLOGGERS, EDITORS, AUTHORS, OR OTHER CREATIVE FOLKS?? We'll post your ad on WritersWeekly FOR FREE. Please complete THIS FORM. 

See the links to these jobs here.

Freelance Artist – for 4-page Comic
kabushistudios.com

Freelance Video Game Journalist
Sick Critic

Freelance Experienced Beauty Writer
RedCarpet-FashionAwards.com

Freelance Paid Search Specialist
Hotjar

Freelance B2B Content Writer
Rangle.io

Freelance Magazine Contributor
ThereSanDiego.com

Freelance Blog & Social Media Contributor
There Media Group

Freelance Freelance Editor
A Women’s Thing

Freelance Editor
Cox Media Group

Freelance Product Manager
Allied Health Media

Freelance Humbly Confident Marketing Content Writer
You Need A Budget

Freelance Editorial Director – People Nerds
dscout, Inc.

Freelance Quality Assurance / Quality Control Contractors
Tech 2000

Freelance Freelance Contributors – Pays $25-$125
Bellevue Lifestyle

Freelance Executive Assistant
CEO of fast-growing content marketing firm

Freelance Professional Journalists
new magazine

Freelance Research Analysts – China, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam
global HR consulting firm

Freelance IT Writers
large company that provides B2B IT solutions

Freelance Writer – with mobile app knowledge
blind ad

Freelance Quiz Writers
Babygaga

Freelance Real Estate Listing Writer
blind ad

Freelance Writer – to review cannabis edibles. Pays $500/week.
cannabis review website

Freelance SAT/ACT Experts
PrepScholar.com

Freelance Medical Transcription/Speech Recognition Editor
Mediscribes, Inc.

Freelance Comic Artist
shadesofvengeance.com

Freelance General Transcriptionist – Pays $.40 to $.65 per minute of sound transcribed
FocusForward 

See the links to these jobs here

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Success Story

Got Mood Swings? Make the Most of Them! By Wendy Hobday Haugh

Got Mood Swings? Make the Most of Them! By Wendy Hobday Haugh

People have mood swings. It’s a fact of life. So, why not put them to good use in your writing? I was furious, stunned, and bereft years ago when my first husband left me. But, right away, my writer’s brain kicked in. I vowed to make the most of my situation by writing about it and garnering some much-needed income...

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Whispers and Warnings

Whispers and Warnings for 03/08/2017

Whispers and Warnings for 03/08/2017

- Uh-Oh!! Alexa is a snitch!

Anti-semetic threats allegedly made by formal journalist.

Class action suit alleges Amazon made unauthorized debits.

Best selling author harassed at a high school speech.

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Trivia Question

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