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WritersWeekly’s feature articles are general information articles concerning ways to make more money through writing. This can include tips on how to improve or streamline your writing business, ways to get your pitches accepted, markets and genres you’ve discovered, or how you succeeded in a new writing style. For those of you who have been making your living with your words for several years now, I’d love to see your “Here’s how I did it, and YOU can do it too!” ideas. This column also includes list articles, “how to” articles, and unique paying markets that most writers may not know about. We especially like collections of paying markets on a specific genre.

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Writing FAST: How to Write Anything with Lightning Speed


A systematic approach to writing that generates better quality quickly!


Chock full of ideas, tips, techniques and inspiration, this down-to-earth book is easy to read, and even easier to apply. Let author Jeff Bollow take you through a process that brings your ideas to the page faster, more powerfully and easier than ever before.




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TRAVEL WRITING 2.0: Earning Money from your Travels in the New Media Landscape - SECOND EDITION


Completely revised edition of the ground-breaking travel writing book that provides a road map to success in the digital age. It dives headlong into the entrepreneurial world of blogging and digital books, while still acknowledging the real money to be made in declining print forms.

Drawing on interviews and survey responses from more than 100 successful travel writers and bloggers, this is the definitive guide to creating success instead of waiting for permission. Written by a veteran, award-winning writer with two decades of experience as a book author, online publisher, freelancer, and blogger.

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