The Freelance Success Book: Insider Secrets for Selling Every Word You Write
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The Freelance Success Book: Insider Secrets for Selling Every Word You Write

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A former executive editor at Rodale Press, publishers of Prevention and Men's Health, takes freelance writers behind the closed doors of magazine offices to teach the tips, techniques and insider knowledge for earning bylines and paychecks from America's top consumer magazines. Includes a series of "Writer's Toolboxes" that provide additional online and offline resources....more
Paperback, 336 pages
Published March 1st 2003 by Peak Writing (first published February 21st 2003)
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Tami
The Freelance Success Book: Insider Secrets For Selling Every Word You Write is a textbook for professional freelance writers, part time freelance writers, or anyone thinking about writing for a living. Furthermore, this book is appropriate for those writers interested in writing for magazines, writing web content, or writing books. This book contains important insight into writing that the author has gained as a teacher, an executive editor at Rodale Press (Rodale, Inc), and as a writer.

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Zinta
Author David Taylor, who has worked as an executive editor and is himself a freelance writer, has created an excellent resource for writers who are contemplating a freelance career, or are wishing to transition from part-time to full-time freelancing.

"The Freelance Success Book: Insider Secrets for Selling Every Word You Write" has all the essentials. Taylor asks the hard questions - do you have the passion for this kind of career? Because it won't be easy. From the capital needed to get starte...more
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DAVID TAYLOR has written for Smithsonian, the Washington Post, the Christian Science Monitor, and elsewhere. His documentary work has appeared on the Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, the Learning Channel, PBS, and National Geographic. He lives in Alexandria, Virginia.
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