Freelance Writing Jobs for December 30, 2009

Deb’s note: Welcome to the last daily leads and reading lists for the year…the decade even. If single jobs come in, I’ll go ahead and post them. Otherwise, unless I’m feeling overly ambitious, no leads until Monday. I’d like to thank Jodee for getting these leads together for the past couple of weeks while I spend time preparing for the holidays and cleaning up business loose ends.

My very best wishes to the FWJ community. Here’s wishing you a happy, healthy New Year – one that is profitable, prosperous and positive. I look forward to spending even more time with you all in 2010.

Please feel free to use the comments section to tell us what you would like to see at FWJ in the next year. Any topics we’re not covering? Anything you’re confused about? If we don’t know, we’ll find the people who can bring it to you.

Again. my very best wishes to you and yours.

Also? Don’t drink and drive.

Enjoy your daily lists:

New around the Freelance Writing Jobs blog network:

Recommended Reading:

Freelance Writing Job Leads…

Content Writing Jobs

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Proofreading/Editing Jobs

Copywriting Jobs

Journalism Jobs

Technical Writing Jobs

Business Plan/Proposal/Grant Writing Jobs

Food Writing Jobs

Sports Writing Jobs

Resume Writing Jobs

General/Misc. Freelance Writing Jobs

Magazine Submissions, Guidelines and Markets

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  1. says

    Deb and team, thank you for another great year at FWJ! You continue to lead the way and support solo professionals with a great community, information and resources. You are appreciated! Thanks also for including me in your list, what an amazing year end gift for me! :-) Happy New Year, wishing you even better in 2010!

  2. says

    Thank you so much for posting these leads and for all your insightful articles, too.

    You’re the best, Deb, and don’t you dare forget it.

    Thank you and the FWJ team for being an oasis in a writing desert where the $1 an hour crowd is trying to ruin it for everyone, cheapening the skillful craft of writing, making it seem even less profitable than eking a living as a Wal-Mart cashier.



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