Read What You Write

Jerry Springer. Everyone knows the name though no one will admit to watching the show. It’s been on for decades and yet the show’s host, Jerry Springer, admits he doesn’t watch it. Why? In an article published on the Huffington Post, the talk show host said “I don’t watch the show, but it’s not aimed […]

5 Way to Be Super UNSUCCESSFUL

Some people claim they want to be successful freelance writers yet one quick look at their business and writing practices and you quickly realize they are actually pulling the old Jedi mind trick on you. Their every move is designed to make fail look awesome. Are you one? Want to be? Here are five ways […]

Freelance Writing Jobs for September 17, 2010

It’s that time of the week again, yay!  What are you looking forward to in the next two days?  As usual, let’s have one more set of job leads before you kick up your heels. New Around the Freelance Writing Jobs Network Things that Go Bump When We Write – Tough Topics I Don’t Live […]

Things that Go Bump When We Write – Tough Topics

Life is full of difficult, uncomfortable situations. How we deal with those on a personal basis is one thing… how you deal with tough topics as a writer may be completely different. One thing that doesn’t work is avoidance. Usually at FWJ we have to caution writers about taking on too much work, but the […]

Freelance Writing Jobs for September 16, 2010

Good morning, everyone!  We’ve got lots of new articles for you in the other sections of the FWJ Network.  There are also some interesting gigs in this batch.  Have a productive Thursday! New Around the Freelance Writing Jobs Network First Lines as Inspiration Things that Go Bump When We Write – Phone Phobia I Use […]

Things that Go Bump When We Write – Phone Phobia

Being a successful writer is tied to being an efficient one. We need to put out work in a manner that meets our deadlines and budget lines. Unfortunately, there are a variety of things that keep us from writing as well, as often or as efficiently as we need to – including faux phobias. I […]

Side-Note: Making the Most of a Writing Opportunity

If I asked you a question and you knew the answer would you answer it? What if it meant thousands of people would see your response and have a link to your website? That’s the great thing about FWJ. It gives great opportunities to newbie and seasoned writers. A few days ago I wrote a […]

Freelance Writing Jobs for August 27, 2010

Good morning, everyone! It’s Friday, and it sure feels like it’s going to be a great weekend.  Enjoy the last weekend of August, but do check out the job leads below first! New Around the Freelance Writing Jobs Network When Good Article Writing Goes Bad Call for Submissions and Writing Contests from Creative Nonfiction Journal […]

Freelance Writing Jobs for August 26, 2010

Good morning, everyone!  Here are your job leads (on this rainy Thursday).  I hope the weather’s better wherever you’re at! New Around the Freelance Writing Jobs Network The Power of Free: Why It’s not All About Paid Gigs Book Writing and Editing FAQ – How Do I Format My Manuscript? Difference Between a Resume and […]

Freelance Writing Jobs for August 24, 2010

Good morning, everyone!  We’ve all survived Monday, thank God. Here are your job leads for today.  Good hunting! 😉 New Around the Freelance Writing Jobs Network Who Are Your Freelance Writing Clients? Jonathan Bailey of PlagiarismToday.com Joins the Freelance Writing Jobs Team Freelance Writing Jobs Content Writing Jobs Freelance Marketing Writer Freelance Writers for SoulTrain […]