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Money Advice for New Writers

Money Advice for New Writers

When I read something informative that offers great advice, I want to share it with you. I cannot offer any better advice on the financial aspect of running a freelance writing business. John Scalzi shares information that I think all writers, especially those just starting out, should read. Actually, John’s advice can be applied to any freelance business.

Remember, freelancing is a business; your business. It should be treated that way.  It is easy to let the freedom and flexibility of the work to take over, but if you’re not taking your freelance writing business seriously, no one else will. This could hinder your ability to make good money. We don’t want that, do we? Yeah, I didn’t think so.

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Go check out John’s article and let me know what you think.

Un-Asked For Advice to New Writers About Money by John Scalzi

Is this good advice or is there something you disagree with? Do you have anything else to add? Let me know in the comments section!

 

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Crystal Case

Crystal Case, Managing Editor of The Blue Inkwell, is a reformed chickenshit, rockin’ a freelance writing career while juggling five boys and continuing her postsecondary education. Her work has appeared in Sashay Magazine, as well as her weekly posts here at The Blue Inkwell. Currently enrolled in Ashford University’s online bachelor’s degree program, Crystal makes smokin’ the Dean’s List look easy as she works towards not one, but two degrees – in Psychology and Communication Studies.

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