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Table of Contents

2015 BEST OF WRITERSWEEKLY!
Matt's Almost Here!
Use LinkedIn to Snag Writing Jobs
My Child (an Author) Died. Can I Have Their Book Republished Elsewhere?
Paying Markets
Freelance Writing Jobs
How a Clucky Blog Post Led to a Long Term Freelance Gig
LETTERS REGARDING: The Ebook Trend is Definitely WANING! NOW WHAT?!
Whispers and Warnings For 12/04/2015
Trivia Question

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From The Home Office

Matt's Almost Here!

Matt's Almost Here!

Our son, Matt, who lives in Boston, is arriving on Friday, and will be here for about two weeks. We are SUPER excited about his arrival and we have lots of fun things planned for him while he's here!

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This Week's Article

Use LinkedIn to Snag Writing Jobs By Susan Thwing

Use LinkedIn to Snag Writing Jobs

LinkedIn is a great resource for potential writing client contacts. However, it often goes untapped.

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Ask The Expert

My Child (an Author) Died. Can I Have Their Book Republished Elsewhere?

My Child (an Author) Died. Can I Have Their Book Republished Elsewhere?

My son self-published several Christian books with (I think) Lulu and Amazon carries them. On June 24, my son died suddenly from a heart attack. My question is...is there some way I can get copies of his books made through your company, BookLocker.com??

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Paying Markets

Kung Fu Tai Chi

"Kung Fu Tai Chi is exclusively focused on Chinese martial arts and their derivations." 70% freelance. Welcomes new writers. Circ. 15K. Bi-monthly. Pays on publication. Publishes ms 2-6 months after acceptance. Buys First North American publication rights. No reprints. Responds 1 week. For a sample articles, visit the website. Subscription $15; $30 outside the U.S. Pays $125 for 2000+ words; $85 for 1000-1999 words. Articles should be around 1500-2500 words. Submit query or complete ms by email.

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Rack

"We publish ONLY stories about the harvests of world-class animals, 75 percent of which are enormous white-tailed deer. All whitetails MUST be measured on the BTR system and score 160 or more inches as 'typicals' or 'perfects,' or at least 175 if 'irregular' or 'semi-irregular.' A BTR score is like a true gross score WITHOUT the inside spread. Other stories may revolve around the harvest of most any North American big game trophy, so long as the animal qualifies for one of the major record books (B&C, P&Y, Longhunter or SCI). DO NOT send queries or manuscripts for any other type of story. We do not buy columns, how-to, where-to or gear-related articles." Welcomes new writers. Circ. 76.7K. Bi-monthly. Pays on publication. Publishes ms 4-8 months after acceptance. Buys 1st North American rights. Accepts reprints. Responds in 30 days. Subscription $20.95. Guidelines by email. Pays $100-$325 for 1000 words.

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OATMEAL STUDIOS GREETING CARD CO.

"We sell cutting edge, humorous greeting cards in many styles: humorous photo ideas, many cartoon styles, and more traditional word-play styles of humor. See our website." 100% freelance. Welcomes new writers. Pays on acceptance. Publishes card 6 months to 2 years after acceptance. "We request exclusive purchase and use of any idea we buy. We respond within a few days to e-mails and we hold copy for between 3-10 weeks for review (depending on when it comes during our current review cycle). We tell writers what dates they can plan on final decisions." Samples available at the website. Guidelines by email. We pay $75.00 if we decide to buy an idea. Word count of an average greeting card length. Submit by e-mail to dawn-at-oatmealstudios.com or by snail mail with a self-addressed stamped envelope that covers return postage."

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SmartCEO Magazine

'SmartCEO is a regional 'growing company' publication. We are not news; we are a resource full of smart ideas to help educate and inspire decision-makers. Each issue includes features, interviews, case studies, columns and other departments designed to help this region's CEOs face the daily challenge of running a business.' 15% freelance. Welcomes new writers. Circ. 50K. Monthly. Pays on publication. Publishes ms two months after acceptance. Buys one-time rights. Accepts reprints. Responds in 1-4 weeks. Sample copy available by email request. Subscription $49.95. Guidelines available by email. Pays flat fees: Features - $1000; Quick Takes - $150; Awards Content - $400-$800.

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Freelance Writing Jobs

See the links to these jobs here.

Freelance Online Recruiters – to recruit freelance bloggers. Pays $20/hour.
blind ad

Freelance News and Events Curator
Metrocorp / Philadelphia magazine

Freelance Financial Markets Editor & Reporter
MT Newswires

Freelance Freelancer Writers
INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine

Freelance Writer
PR firm

Freelance Writers
TheRichest.com

Freelance Blogger – who is also a female hunter
outdoor blog

Freelance Data Researcher – Pays $14-$18/hour.
SR Education Group

Freelance Content Manager – Pays $70K-$80K
blind ad

Freelance Medical Copy Editor – near San Francisco, CA. Requires some on-site work.
recruiter

Freelance Technical Researcher/Writer/Project Manager
blind ad

Freelance Blogger – near Austin, Texas
360Partners, LP

Freelance Technical Editor – Pays $700/week
blind ad

Freelance Writer – Pays $40K/year
Wordzen, Inc.

Freelance Writer – to recap TV shows
Us Weekly

Freelance Writers – Pays $15-$18/hour
digital media company

Freelance Web Site Content Writer – full-time
blind ad

Freelance Hammock Writers – Pays $50-$100
hammock brand publication

Freelance Spanish Writer
NewsInSlowSpanish.com/latino

Freelance Writers and Editors – Pays writers $0.04/word. Pays editors $0.01/word.
blind ad

Freelance Food Blogger – Pays $50-$75
Food Hacks

Freelance Blogger – familiar with transforming small places
firm that designs and builds custom cabinets and wall beds

Freelance Scientific/Medical/Technical Blogger – to discuss scientific benefits of psychedelics
blind ad

Freelance Gay Writers – near Portland, OR. Pays “.07 cents per character.”
new online magazine

Freelance Transcriptionist – Pays $10-$20/hour.
blind ad

See the links to these jobs here.

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Success Story

How a Clucky Blog Post Led to a Long Term Freelance Gig By Karen Doll

How a Clucky Blog Post Led to a Long Term Freelance Gig

Blogs can move mountains. A simple blog post can create a path to success. It was one such blog post that paved the way to a very unique freelance writing gig and my success story.

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Letters...

LETTERS REGARDING: The Ebook Trend is Definitely WANING! NOW WHAT?!

LETTERS REGARDING: The Ebook Trend is Definitely WANING! NOW WHAT?!

My way of deciding when to buy an e-book vs. paper is simple...

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Whispers And Warnings

Whispers and Warnings For 12/17/2015

Whispers and Warnings For 12/17/2015


• Publisher to drop lawsuit against J.D. Salinger's kin after bid to sell short stories overseas

• Hustler Has A $1 Million Offer Out On Ben Carson's Adviser For Proof Of Man-On-Man Harassment

• Libel cases involving Twitter posts on rise in Japan

• Obituary: Alabama lawyer's loss led to pivotal change in US defamation laws


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