You want (and need) to get paid for your writing. We all do.
While book sales will hopefully bring in significant revenue down the road in your author career, it can often be helpful for writers to pick-up freelance writing gigs to bring in some cashflow while drafting longer books and novels.
That’s why this week over on Fizzle’s blog, The Sparkline, I published the indepth article, How to Become a Freelancer Writer: Top Insights from 25 Experts.
Here’s an image capturing the 10 tips discussed in the article. These are the steps you’ll need to take if you want to start getting paid for putting words on the page as a freelance writer.
Each of these ten steps is discussed in-depth within the full article so make sure you give it a read.
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