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the Witch (ryen lesli) shares her writing wisdom with aspiring writers.
Did you know there are 1.6 billion websites online? Did you know 2.2 million books get published each year? This is just a snippet of the content created. Each time content is created, it needs some work to get it ready for publishing. That's where editors and proofreaders come in. If the idea of reading … Continue reading Calling Grammar Lovers: How to Become a Proofreader
1 in 3 Americans have done some form of freelance work in the last year. Freelance workers range from full-time freelancers, to side-gig workers that use freelance to supplement their finances. Is freelancing worth your time though? There are many pros and cons to freelance gigs. There are a couple of freelance stats that can … Continue reading Freelancers Guide: The Freelance Stats to Watch
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What does it take to be an author? What does a professional writer's life entail? Find out what Michael Sahno has to say about the subject.
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C.D. Tavenor shares his thoughts about writing, publishing, and what the life of an author looks like.
Freelance workers have taken over the world. Okay, maybe not quite, but 33% of U.S. workers will move to freelance work over the next couple of years. This force of freelance workers includes bookkeepers. If you have a knack for numbers, especially business accounting practices, you can join this group offering services from the comfort … Continue reading Crunching the Numbers: How to Become a Freelance Bookkeeper