Wouldn’t You LOVE to Get Paid to Write for WritersWeekly? We’ve added a new column!

Wouldn’t You LOVE to Get Paid to Write for WritersWeekly? We’ve added a new column!

We are stirring things up here at WritersWeekly! Whoo hoo!!

1. The Success Story column has been replaced by our new Marketing Secrets column. Have you found a unique way to promote your freelance writing business or your book? We’d love to hear about it! See details by clicking on our guidelines link below.

We will continue to publish feature articles, of course. Our favorite features are ones that contain a list of genre-specific paying markets for writers, along with links to their writer’s guidelines, and how much they pay writers. But, there are many other topics we’d love to share with our readers, too!

You can read all about the new column, and our completely updated writer’s guidelines, RIGHT HERE.

We now pay $60 for around 600 words for all contributions. 

2. Whispers and Warnings is now called In the News.

3. We are now publishing Book Backstories and Author Backstories. Book Backstories will tell readers how an author came up with the idea for their book. Author Backstories will tell readers when and how the author decided to become an author, and how they accomplished that goal. These pieces will be promotional in nature (and really fun to read!). We are not charging authors to publish/promote these at the current time. We will publish Backstories on WritersWeekly.com, and on our numerous social media accounts. Examples of these can be found here:

Author Backstory

Book Backstory

We’re excited about these new changes and we can’t wait until you see the other new goodies we’ll be sharing with you in 2020!!



Got questions about Print On Demand and Self-publishing? Ask Angela Hoy.

About The Author

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Angela Hoy is the publisher of WritersWeekly.com, the author of 19 books, and the co-owner of BookLocker.com (one of the original POD publishers that still gets books to market in less than a month), PubPreppers.com (print and ebook design for authors who truly want to self-publish), and Abuzz Press (the publishing co-op that charges no setup fees).

Angela lives on a 52' Irwin Center Cockpit Ketch (sailboat) with her family and pets. Keep up with her family's adventurous liveaboard lifestyle at GotNoTanLines.com

WritersWeekly.com - the free marketing ezine for writers, which features new paying markets and freelance job listings every Wednesday.

BookLocker.com - According to attorney Mark Levine, author of The Fine Print, BookLocker is: "As close to perfection as you're going to find in the world of ebook and POD publishing. The ebook royalties are the highest I've ever seen, and the print royalties are better than average. BookLocker understands what new authors experience, and have put together a package that is the best in the business. You can't go wrong here. Plus, they're selective and won't publish any manuscript just because it's accompanied by a check. Also, the web site is well trafficked. If you can find a POD or epublisher with as much integrity and dedication to selling authors' books, but with lower POD publishing fees, please let me know."

Abuzz Press offers FAST and FREE book publication, but only accepts a small percentage of submissions, and only works with U.S. authors.

PubPreppers.com - "We Prep, You Publish!" Print and ebook design for authors who truly want to self-publish. Offers formatting and design services only, and then provides simple instructions for authors on where to sign up to have the print and ebook editions printed/listed/sold. Cut out the middle man. Keep 100% of what bookstores pay for your book!

Angela's POD Secrets Revealed Series can be found HERE.

Have a POD Book with another publisher? See if BookLocker can give you a better deal. (BookLocker offers "disgruntled author discounts" to those who want to move from other POD services.)


See BookLocker's publishing packages HERE.


ANGELA ON TWITTER https://twitter.com/AngelaHoy


BOOKLOCKER ON FACEBOOK - Provides links to free excerpts!
https://www.facebook.com/booklockerbooks


ANGELA ON FACEBOOK
https://www.facebook.com/angela.hoy.750


ANGELA ON LINKEDIN
https://www.linkedin.com/pub/angela-hoy/78/719/390


Angela is the creator of the Original 24-Hour Short Story Contest!
https://24hourshortstorycontest.com/



Read More Of Angela's Articles HERE







7.625 STRATEGIES IN EVERY BEST-SELLER - Revised and Expanded Edition


At this moment, thousands of would-be authors are slaving away on their keyboards, dreaming of literary success. But their efforts won’t count for much. Of all those manuscripts, trade book editors will sign up only a slim fraction.

And of those titles--ones that that editors paid thousands of dollars to contract, print and publicize--an unhealthy percentage never sell enough copies to earn back their advances. Two years later, most will be out of print!

Acquisition Editor Tam Mossman shares seven essentials every book needs to stay in print, and sell!



Read more here:


http://writersweekly.com/books/5635.html







HOW TO REMEMBER, WRITE AND PUBLISH YOUR LIFE STORY


Angela Hoy's popular online class is now available in book format!


Remember Your Past
Write It and Publish It
in as little as 12 weeks!



Angela Hoy's book will get you started!



  • Using Angela's MEMORY TRIGGERS, recall memories that have been dormant for years
  • Record those memories in chronological order in your memory notebook
  • Using the memory notebook as your outline, write your autobiography!
  • Also works for biographies and memoirs!

Read more here:
http://booklocker.com/books/4764.html

 

 

2 Responses to "Wouldn’t You LOVE to Get Paid to Write for WritersWeekly? We’ve added a new column!"

  1. Mary Ann Slavcheff  September 26, 2019 at 8:29 pm

    Instead of emphasis on marketing, make it emphasis on craft. I attended several book fairs and invested in self-published authors. I budgeted a hundred dollars on each fair. The books I bought were so bad, I didn’t finish most of them. Everyone wants to be a writer. few want to spend the time learning the craft first.

    Reply
    • By Angela Hoy - Publisher of WritersWeekly.com  September 26, 2019 at 9:15 pm

      There are countless websites that teach writers how to write. WritersWeekly has always focused on marketing your writing. 🙂

      Angela Hoy, Publisher
      WritersWeekly.com

      Reply

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