Looking to increase cash flow and earn some bucks for your freelance words while working on your novel? Hey, who can't use a few extra bucks? Or maybe you just like contesting.
Here are some resources that offer either a website or subscription newsletter or a combination of websites and newsletters to which you can subscribe. These give articles on how to start freelance writing, what to look out for, and potential markets.
The Practicing Writer, Supporting the Craft and Business of Excellent Writing.
Web site: http://www.practicing-writer.com
Newsletter: To subscribe, send a blank e-mail to
practicing-writer-subscribe at yahoogroups.com.
Angela Hoy's WritersWeekly, the highest circulation freelance writing ezine in the world.
This is one of the oldest and most respected sites on freelance writing, and it's been published continuously since 1997. WritersWeekly.com is part of the Booklocker.com, Inc. family of businesses, which includes epublisher and online book store Booklocker.com.
Newsletter: sign up box on the website.
Freelance Writing Jobs
Online Writing Jobs
Huge database of jobs for freelance writers.
Bills its site as the inside track to a blogging job.
Another site that pulls jobs from other sites and presents them with your morning coffee each week.
Newsletter: Sign up box on the site.
Freelance writing can be lucrative, but, use good judgment and exercise caution.