Hi folks, no time for small talk today, so instead of me sharing a tip of the day – I’m going to encourage you to share YOUR favorite writing tip. Thanks!
The list looks small for a Monday, but that’s because I posted leads on Saturday and Sunday to save time. To see past leads, just click on the Writing Gigs or Blogging Gigs categories above or on this blog’s main page. To see all the blogs in the Freelance Writing Jobs network of blogs, please use the navigation at the very top of the page or visit the Freelance Writing Jobs home page.
We’re writing a story together at Freelance Writing Jobs and Other Stuff, why not join in on the fun?
Oh and I’m still looking for votes in the Blogger Appreciation Contest.
For more freelance writing job leads please see Anne Wayman’s About Freelance Writing.
In the past few weeks many freelance writing and blogging blogs included posts on the following (Yours Truly is no exception):
So let me ask you…is it easier for us to borrow someone else’s ideas than come up with our own? What do you think?
Here’s a list of freelance writing jobs to get you through a somewhat snowy Sunday.
Don’t forget, it’s time for my end of year link love offering as a way to say thank you to the FWJ community. If you would like your blog mentioned in the end of year link love post, please send the details to [email protected]
by Deb Ng
Happy Sunday. Here are a few leads before I set out to rake some leaves. Hope there’s somthing useful here for you!
By Terreece M. Clarke
Ever have an article topic that has been written about so many times you can’t see any new way to cover it? I have. This is especially true for evergreen topics. While evergreen topics are promoted because of the their timelessness and consistent audience, they can become a writer’s block trap for freelancers who are stuck trying to find a new angle.