Freelance Writing Jobs for June 15, 2011

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Good morning, everyone!  How is the week treating you?  I feel like I have lost a day, thanks to a killer migraine yesterday.

For this week’s Hump Day quote, I have something practical from Pearl S. Buck:

I don’t wait for moods. You accomplish nothing if you do that. Your mind must know it has got to get down to work.

In my mind, I see it as grabbing myself by the back of my neck and shaking myself till I get work done – physically impossible, but it works mentally.  Here’s to a productive day!

Freelance Writing Jobs

Content Writing

  1. Medical Web Content Writer (Telecommute)
  2. Freelance Deals Writer (LA)
  3. Short Essay Writers on Cities Across the US
  4. Writer for Guns.com (Remote)
  5. Freelance Content Writers (Telecommute)
  6. Hair Writer (Telecommute)
  7. Wikipedia Writers (USA)
  8. Content Writer (Virtual)

Blogging Jobs

  1. Aliens to Zombies Blogger (Hollywood, CA)
  2. Part-time Writer for Interior Design Blog (Work from Home)
  3. Lifestyle Trends Blogger (Work from Home)
  4. Bloggers
  5. Luxury Blogger (NYC)
  6. Blogger (Work from Home)

Copywriting Jobs

  1. Freelance Gay and Lesbian Writer (NYC)
  2. Interactive Copywriter (Chicago)
  3. Copywriter for Product Descriptions (Brooklyn)
  4. Website Copy Writer (Anywhere)
  5. Copywriter (NY)
  6. Experienced Copywriter (SOMA)

Proofreading/Editing Jobs

  1. Proofreader (LA)
  2. Editor for Novel (Atlanta)
  3. Part-time Editor (Bethesda, MD)
  4. Editor for Short Book (San Diego)
  5. Editor for Internal Cleansing/Detox Book (San Diego County)

Journalism Jobs

  1. Freelance/Assignment Writers (NE/NC/Telecommute)
  2. Freelance Web Journalists (Ossining, NY)
  3. Freelance Journalists (Queens)
  4. Online News Writer (Boston/Telecommute)
  5. Researcher/Journalist (Telecommute)
  6. Local Arts and News Writers for GLBT Publication (DC)
  7. Reporters/Writers for Community Newspapers (San Diego/Telecommute)

Technical Writing Jobs

  1. Freelance Technical Writer (Springfielf, NJ/Offsite)
  2. Technical Writer for Electronic Products Documentation (Torrance, CA)

Plan/Proposal/Grant Writing Jobs

  1. Freelance Proposal Writer (Work from Home)
  2. Business Plan Writer (LA)
  3. Business Plan Writer (NYC)
  4. Business Plan Writer for Feature Film (NYC)
  5. Business Plan Writer for Video Gaming Company (Boston)
  6. Grant Writer with Dept. of Education Experience (Telecommute)
  7. Part-time Grants Manager (Telecommute)

Sports Writing Jobs

  1. Sports Copywriters (Dallas)

Resume Writing Jobs

  1. Resume Writer (Seattle)

General/Misc. Freelance Writing Jobs

  1. Cartoon Writer (Hollywood)
  2. TV Narrative Writer (LA)
  3. Marketing Coordinator with Social Media Experience (West LA)
  4. Writers Needed – Blogging + Copy (LA/Remote)
  5. Screenwriter for Dialogue Pass (Manhattan)
  6. Italian Translator for Website (Berkeley)
  7. Bibliography Writer (Work from Home)
  8. Researcher and Writer for High Tech Marketing (N. Austin)
  9. Bio Writer (Boston)
  10. Writer Needed (South Chicago)
  11. Medical Writer (NW Suburbs Chicago)
  12. Press Release Writer for iPhone App (Seattle)
  13. Poetry Writers (Anywhere)

Magazine Writing Gigs

  1. Local Magazine Seeks Freelance Writers (DC)
  2. Editor for In-house Magazine (LA/Remote)
  3. Outdoors Writer (New York)

About

Noemi Twigg has been writing for Splashpress Media for several years. An English teacher by profession, she has a penchant for words and likes to play around with them. Having been bitten by the travel bug, she aims to discover more languages in the near future as she continues to do what she loves most - writing.

Comments

  1. Hi Noemi,

    Was going to write yesterday but caught up in a medical concern. Wanted to say that I’ve never had a migraine–just some bad headaches–and wanted to let you know, any physical problems are a pain! Also, I like and agree, with your words, ” I see it as grabbing myself by the back of my neck and shaking myself till I get work done – physically impossible, but it works mentally. I have a similar feeling about getting work done. I tell myself, you’re not going to enjoy the rest of the day until you get your major work done. Now, get going! Works for me… :)

    Toni
    Toni Star´s last blog post ..Sample My Book- Marias Final Days!

    • Noemi Twigg says:

      Toni,
      I hope everything’s okay! As for that mental shake, I had to give myself a couple yesterday. :S
      Have a productive day!
      Noemi

  2. I always feel better when I get my work done. The first draft is a killer, then the rewrite can even be more of a killer. But, it’s editing my own work that gets to me because I will still make a mistake every now and then. Some clients want a clean, edited copy, always. Once the article is done, I am very happy. Thanks for the list.

    • Noemi Twigg says:

      You’re welcome, Kenna. I get what you mean about the first draft and re-write being killers. But yeah, when the work is done, even with a bone-tired feeling, things are still better!

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