Whether you’re looking to publish professional work, share poems on your Instagram, or just journal, here are some ways to write more this year.
If you’re serious about becoming a freelance writer (full or part-time), the first thing you need to do is find your niche and area of expertise.
Whether you prefer a coffee shop or cabana, the comfort of your bed or a hotel room desk, working remotely is easy—you just have to know how to do it.
Finding your voice and writing style (and developing both) is what creates your identity as a writer, and thus a unique brand for your work.
If your desire is to become a successful freelance writer, this list will give you the excitement and information you need to finally get started.
Here is a list of the best resources for the freelance writer who is serious about getting his or her content out, and is willing to work hard.
Here are seven of the best freelancing apps to help you keep your head clear, your schedule set, and your stress levels low.
“A word after a word after a word is power.”
— Margaret Atwood
You’re not the only one writing about a given topic.
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