102 Ways to Earn Money Writing 1,500 Words or Less: The Ultimate Freelancer's Guide

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Writer's Digest Books, Dec 7, 2009 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 224 pages
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Can you make a living writing? Absolutely!

102 Ways to Earn Money Writing 1,500 Words or Less shows you the wide array of freelance opportunities available–and gives you everything you need to know to reap the benefits of a bustling writing career.

Award-winning freelancer and highly sought communications consultant I.J. Schecter delivers ideas for finding freelance work in traditional markets like magazines and newspapers, as well as in unique markets, including:

  • fast-food tray liner copy
  • person-to-person correspondence (including love letters!)
  • resumes
  • menus
  • and many others!
Every suggestion is backed by a real-life experience from Schecter and other freelancing experts. Plus, each of the 102 ways has a "Get This Gig" section that tells you where to start, who to contact, and what to charge so you can immediately apply what you learn.

102 Ways to Earn Money Writing 1,500 Words or Less gives you the knowledge, confidence, and inspiration to recognize and make the most of today's freelance possibilities.

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Magazines
4
Newspapers
40
Literary Outlets
70
Corporate Writing
91
Everything Else Under the Sun
173
Index
215
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About the author (2009)

I.J. Schecter is a bestselling author and an award-winning interviewer and essayist. His work appears regularly in top publications throughout the world, from Today's Bride to Today's Parent, Maxim to Men's Exercise, Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine to Canadian Geographic. Praise for I.J.'s work includes the following, from Jane Carter, former editor of Golf Monthly: ''Millions of words are written in this field every year, but few better than those that come from I.J. Schecter.''

I.J. lives in Toronto with his wife Stephanie and their three children, Julian, Oliver and Charlotte.

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