Want to blog your book? It’s the fast and easy way to write your book. Who knows — you may even get a publisher before you finish writing.
“Weâ€™ll show you a way to write something that is chapter-based using your WordPress.com blog. A blog is, essentially, a reverse chronological publishing tool. Thatâ€™s what it is, and to make it behave differently you will need to do some work yourself. You will also need your readers to exercise some self-discipline (if at all possible, of course).”
Here’s more on why a blog helps you to write and get published.
Recession-proof your freelance writing career
“Write More And Make More Money From Your Writing: Develop A Fast, Fun Productive Writing Process” gives you all the tools you need for a thriving writing career, no matter what the economic climate.
Three weeks after completing the class one student wrote:
“Thanks Angela, for all your help and advice in class. I’m quitting my job next week. I printed out my letter of resignation tonight after landing a contract writing job that will pay me more for three months part-time work than I earned in from my day job in the whole of 2007! You were right â€“ the great gigs are out there, and now I’ve got the skills to land them. Your class opened my eyes. Bless youâ€¦”
“Write More And Make More Money From Your Writing: Develop A Fast, Fun Productive Writing Process” shows you how to thrive as a freelance writer. Would you like to write five times more than you’re writing now, and sell to higher-paying markets? Take the class.
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