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
"Catherine burned. She burned all over and she burned inside. She was amazed there were no visible flames but she felt them, licking at her, bearing into her, pouring fire into her veins. She felt alive. Life was pain, she remembered now, and there was pleasure in that pain. Why else would anyone live?" … Continue reading Author Interview- Irina Slav
“Her words became the air they took as breath, suffocating them. To all those watching, they only saw the girl whisper, the men gasp, the bodies falling to the ground like speedbumps, tripping those who tried to run. All in all, it was easily in the top five most interesting parades I’ve been to.” - … Continue reading Author Interview- Hanson Oak
Freelancers are gaining traction in the workforce. Freelance workers make up about 35% of the workforce in the United States. This number is expected to grow as more businesses discover the value of freelance workers. Of those that do freelance work, writers make up the largest portion. Don’t lose heart though. This doesn’t mean there’s … Continue reading Writing Career: How to Start Freelance Writing
Chances are, you’ve heard the term content marketing recently. Content marketing isn’t really a new concept, but it’s gained new attention over the last couple years. People on the internet are wise to all the advertising schemes, and they don’t want to engage with advertisements. They do, however, want to engage with people and communities. … Continue reading Content Marketing Basics: What is Content Marketing?
If you are trying to break into a freelance industry, it can be rough. You look around and see all these people succeeding while you’re in the corner crying to yourself that you just don’t have the connections you need. Okay, maybe it's not that bad, but it can be rough out there. I get … Continue reading How to Reach Out to a Mentor- The Do’s and Dont’s
Sometimes friends and family are not going to understand you. I am married to a wonderful man who will support me in almost anything I set out to do. That being said, he doesn’t always understand me. If I am working on my book and need to vent my frustrations over a character not doing … Continue reading How to Find Your Creative Support Group