Success Story

Writers: Sometimes Nagging Works! – by Dennis Stostad

Writers: Sometimes Nagging Works! – by Dennis Stostad

Editors are busy folks. They don't mean to, but they sometimes forget about things they receive in email. A little tap on the shoulder now and again can help get your submitted work...especially if your nagging is humorous!…

How I Built my Successful Business Writing for Writers – by Mary Cook

How I Built my Successful Business Writing for Writers – by Mary Cook

In 2002, a few years into my professional freelancer’s life, I wrote my first Success Story for WritersWeekly.com and that was my light-bulb revelation. I could write articles, short stories, and verses for pay, and also earn an additional income by writing about the writing process!…

How I Became a Successful Freelance Editor – by Rickey Pittman

How I Became a Successful Freelance Editor – by Rickey Pittman

Editing has proved to be a substantial source of income—sometimes supplemental, sometimes providing JIT (just-in-time) money when my other avenues of income were slow or hindered by the weather, acts of God, or health...…

How I Went from Earning $5 to $150 Per Article! – by Jane Fazackarley

How I Went from Earning $5 to $150 Per Article! – by Jane Fazackarley

I got to the point where I realized the volume of work was taking me further away from my dream of writing for high-paying corporate clients. Enough was enough and, after shutting down my Fiverr gigs, I finally started to put a plan into action...…

Tell YOUR Story to CRACK Writer’s Block! by Dennis Peterson

Tell YOUR Story to CRACK Writer’s Block! by Dennis Peterson

It was one of those days when the Muse refused to appear. Nothing I wrote was right! Sitting before my keyboard, I struggled with writer’s block, staring blankly at the nearest wall. Suddenly, a picture frame on that wall came into focus and I read the caption beneath the photo of an antique typewriter...…

The Flying Nun, Oprah, and Me – by John Riddle

The Flying Nun, Oprah, and Me – by John Riddle

I'd found the best of both worlds, allowing me to use my gift of creative communication to write grant and fundraising letters, and to create special events. For example, I tried to set the Guinness Book of World Records by having the largest number of people dance the twist with Chubby Checker...…

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