“Freelance Writing Guide” is a resourceful book that informs readers what they can expect during the first year of a freelance writing career. The information is presented honestly and directly, covering everything the author experienced in her first year as a freelance writer in an informational and insightful manner. It covers ghostwriting, article writing, book reviewing, book writing, self-publishing, traditional publishing, business and finance, income and types of pay, the lifestyle of a freelance writer, and many other topics.
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What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Don’t be intimidated by the traditional publishing world. If you get frustrated with not getting your book accepted by an agent or publisher, self-publish! Self-publishing is the wave of the future. You’ll own all the rights to your book, you’ll be able to publish content the way you want it written, you’ll earn a significantly higher percentage of royalties, you’ll have complete control over the book cover and other features of the book, and you’ll be able to represent your book in the way that you choose. So don’t give up hope, and don’t think self-publishing is any less than traditional publishing, because it’s not. So publish away!
Christine Rice is the author of five books: Poetry for the Heart, Essays for the Soul, My Not-So-Ordinary Life, Freelance Writing Guide, and Articles for the Mind. She has been writing since 2006 and published her first book in 2007. She is currently working on three books and has ideas for several others. Above all, she loves writing and sharing her books with the world.