88 Money-Making Writing Jobs. THE BEST WAYS TO MAKE THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS WRITING!
I am bringing you new book ,You have to read that book. Writers today are no longer just working on books and newspapers. Businesses, advertisers, and hundreds of other outlets are desperate for people who can craft effective messages and persuade people with their words. A strong writer can make $50 to $200 per hour, or even more... if you know where to find the work.
Robert Bly is a professional writer who makes more than $600,000 per year from his writing. Now, he's ready to share his secrets. 88 Money-Making Writing Jobs presents the best outlets writers can find to turn their words into profit (including many that few people think to seek out).
Along with an overview of each job, you'll discover:
A breakdown of what it typically pays
The nuts and bolts of what you'll write
What it takes to work in the field
How to get started
Resources for finding the work
For anyone serious about a career as a writer, this guide offers the best information on how to make incredible money in ways that are fun, challenging, and make the most of your writing talents.
I am fortunate to have a good job that pays me abundantly and where I am treated well amongst a multiple number of other talented and ambitious coworkers. I intuitively understand that I am in charge of both my personal and professional life and one of the reasons why I enjoy writing in my free time is that I simply enjoy it regardless of how I may be perceived for doing so. Naturally, I was drawn to this book that is 88 Money-Making Writing Jobs by Robert Bly in order for me to gather inspiration ideas on nurturing my writing interests in addition to a full time job (due to my intuitive awareness of how competitive the writing field is even for men and women who are well known professionally and/or personally for their talents). The pros: detailed information is given for some of the following ideas that may be well known to others and new to other people: Writing Cookbooks/Recipes, fund-raising copywriting, writing horoscopes and astrology (seeing this actually helps me have more compassion on why some horoscope andor astrology writers are understandably more partial to certain signs depending on how their content is written), religious andor spiritual writing (Christian writing was referenced), instructional writing, and more. However, the caveat is that some of the ideas referenced may require further experience andor education which may require both current and prospective readers/buyers of this kindlebook to try to avoid sitting on the fence too long about whether to more completely immense one self in some of the writing ideas referenced in this book. This is something I avoid taking lightly and I intend to eventually make a wise decision/choice about because I currently do have fun writing for free. Still, I am glad to have obtained the book and would recommend it for readers of all ages despite the caveats.