Hints for Freelance Writers
Let me get one thing straight – I have no plans to become a journalist.
But – I could be tempted to become a freelance writer. It’s a subtle difference, I know. I prefer fiction, poetry, writing for children and so, in one sense, I am something of a freelancer anyway. And now I’m into blogging in a big way, I probably qualify to be called a freelancer. I prefer the term writer; it covers every form of writing.
I recently read an interesting article about freelance writing. It had many useful hints for those starting out on the road towards being a freelance writer. The article is actually an excerpt from a new, about to be published, book called Get A Freelance Life by Margit Feury Ragland.
The article in question is an excerpt from chapter 2:
“Invest in Yourself: The bare necessities for a Successful Freelancer.”
Read the chapter by clicking here.
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