Get Paid to Write!: The No-Nonsense Guide to Freelance Writing

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Sentient Publications, 2004 - Business & Economics - 184 pages
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Would you like to set your own hours, work at home, and write about fascinating topics and interesting people, all while getting well paid for your efforts? Selling articles to magazines, newspapers, and websites--or even writing your own book--can be a very attractive career option, especially in tough economic times, if you like to write and have a little initiative. Author Tom Williams has been a freelance writer for twenty-five years and he knows what the aspiring freelancer needs to be successful. He has written for magazines ranging from Esquire, to Home Office Computing, to Writer's Digest. He has edited and published his own magazines and newspapers, for which he has bought thousands of freelance articles and read many more queries. He has also written and published 13 successful books, both with major presses and by self-publishing.

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The Freelance Facts of Life
How to Read a Magazine and Know What
The Query System and How to Make
Ideas and How to Get Them
The Professional Writers Toolkit
Eight Success Secrets of the Masters
How to Write for Newspapers and Syndicate
Need an Agent? Heres How to Get One
How to Sell Information on the Internet
Rights and Contracts
Writing for Businesses
How to Build Your Reputation as a Writer
Contacts and Sources

Will They Steal My Idea? and Other

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About the author (2004)

Thomas A. Williams is Professor of Management Science in the College of Business at Rochester Institute of Technology. Born in Elmira, New York, he earned his B.S. degree at Clarkson University. He did his graduate work at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, where he received his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees. Before joining the College of Business at RIT, Professor Williams served for seven years as a faculty member in the College of Business Administration at the University of Cincinnati, where he developed the first undergraduate program in Information Systems. At RIT he was the first chairman of the Decision Sciences Department. Professor Williams is the co-author of 12 textbooks in the areas of management science, statistics, production and operations management, and mathematics. He has been a consultant for numerous Fortune 500 companies in areas ranging from the use of elementary data analysis to the development of large-scale regression models.

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