"Should be required reading for anyone looking to break into freelance journalism." -Jen Brett, Senior Editor of Cruising World
Do you like to write? Have you long thought about seeing your words and pictures published in your favorite niche-market magazine? Can you imagine an editor sending you a check for your story? You can make this happen. It takes effort, but it's not magic and it's not beyond you. In this book Michael Robertson shares his knowledge and lessons learned from selling dozens of stories to boating magazines in the U.S., Canada, and the U.K. Whether you aim to sell your writing to boating magazines or knitting magazines or yoga magazines, the information and anecdotes presented in this book will help you to see a clear path to realizing your own publishing ambitions.
I won this book in one of the Giveaways. I found it quite interesting even though I'm not an aspiring writer and although the book is largely aimed at writing for Boating magazines it would be the same rule of thumb at any magazine as Michael explained in his forward. I think all writers should have a read of this, I'm quite sure that they will get something out of it. Thank You
Extremely informative and useful. The principles in this book can be used not only for boating magazines but for any other niche publications (cars, camping, dirtbikes, etc.) that need regular content.