If you’ve ever attended a ‘proper’ journalism or freelance writing class, you’ll probably have been warned about the dangers of writing an entire article on spec. But the world is
So you’ve set up your freelance writing business, and now you want to grow it quickly: more clients, more projects, more money rolling in. Today, or at least this month.
If there’s one thing writers find almost as addictive as writing, it’s reading about writing. So I’ve put together a little reading list of some of my favourite books for
Want to know exactly how I run a successful freelance writing business, with relatively low overheads? I’m happy to share. These are the exact tools I use to run my
I’ve been (re) reading Stephen King’s On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft this week, and I’d love to share some of the things that jumped out at me. Here
As indie authors we need to stick together and support each other. Other authors are not your competition, any more than one of your books is a ‘competitor’ to another
As indie authors we know that reviews give us credibility, and good reviews may actively help sell our books. We just need to get people to read our books, and
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