Making money writing stories
Freelance opportunities provide flexible employment, while the research and imagination involved in writing can be highly enjoyable. That said, earning money as a writer is not always easy or quick. Fortunately, opportunities have proliferated with the growth of online publishing for writers to break into the historically difficult realm of writing for profit. A host of possibilities now exist to earn money from your writing outside the bounds of traditional publishing.
Consider Your Audience. Rather than writing a personal blog, create and maintain a blog on a specific topic. Like everything else, publishing has been changing rapidly as a result of the digital age. We consider our writers our main assets, and attribute our grand success completely to them. Read further detail at Write Story for a Cause to Help Needy (yourstoryclub.com reserveThis post originally appeared on The Altucher Confidential.I know that a lot of what I write seems to involve whether or not women like me.
I want people to like me. And when I was younger, it was more important that women like me than that men like me. I also wanted money. What did it even matter then. The heyday of the short story was the 1930s to the 19s.Once television became entrenched as a source of entertainment, magazines no longer published as many short stories, nor did they pay as much for them. And why again, since I have touched on this at various times in various ways in various posts.
Well, as I sit here in my office at WMG Publishing, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, my wife, just finished a workshop with 17 writers upstairs, working with them on varied aspects of mystery. And during that week-long workshop,This 39-minute tutorial teaches you smart ways to increase your copywriting income.Click through for a sneak preview.Writing for online markets seems to have gotten a bad reputation.
A lot of writers now seem to think that writing for the Web means writing for peanuts, but that generalization is untrue.In fact, there are thousands of online writing opportunities for freelancers, many of which pay well. Short stories are having a revival in the digital age. Allen, author of seven comic mysteries and co-author of How to Be a Writer in the E-Age: A Self-Help Guide, written with Catherine Ryan.