I hope your day is starting out well.
Here are your remote writing jobs. Good luck!
To pour one’s imagination, passion, and soul into a world woven by words – such is the work of a truly exceptional writer. While it’s merely a pastime for some, it can also be a taxing responsibility for those who are truly devoted to their craft. Those who contribute to the crime genre, for instance, must conduct a great deal of research or even seek real-life experiences to deliver believable masterpieces. [Read more…]
As with most professions, freelance writing takes skill, but the main difference between success and failure is how you sell yourself. There are many people who can do what you do. Unless you have built a brand of your own, based on a unique perspective or skill set, there are probably thousands of people in the world who can do your job with as much or more skill. The difference is marketing and communication, both of which can distinguish you from others in your industry, if you know what to do. [Read more…]
Did you know that on this day in 1927, Robert Ludlum was born? If you’re not familiar with the name, think Jason Bourne – not the movies, but the books they were based on. Robert Ludlum is one of the best thriller writers in my book, so if you like this genre and haven’t read his work (he’s got lots more than Jason Bourne to offer), you should pick up some of his books.
Now, who’s up for some remote writing jobs? Slim pickings today, but I hope you find something.
As a freelance writer, you likely use occasional gigs to supplement your full-time income. There are many advantages to this setup, including having the practicality of a steady paycheck while making extra money doing what you love.
But if you love the process of freelance writing more than your current job, you may wonder about converting those one-off gigs into a full-time stream of available work.
Is it possible for you to turn your freelance work into a sustainable business? [Read more…]