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3 Videos (22m)
    • Introduction and Overview

      5:16
    • Lesson One-Pros and Cons

      7:55
    • Lesson Two-Types of Freelance Writing

      9:15

About This Class

Have you ever dreamed about being a freelance writer? Interviewing fascinating people and writing articles on topics that interest you? Working for yourself and becoming the ultimate digital nomad? Join me for this first class in what will be a year long journey that will show you how you can turn freelance writing into your full time career or earn extra income writing articles for publications, online sites or businesses. 

Each class will feature a stand alone topic so they'll complete as is but I think you'll learn more and get the most out of the classes and increase your odds of success if you take the complete twelve. I'll be posting a new class around the 15th of each month so I hope you'll join me on this year long adventure and learning experience.

In this first class I'll start by telling you how I became a freelance writer without any prior experience. I'll then move onto the pros and cons for freelancing and conclude this month's class by telling you about all the types of writing you can do under the broad term known as freelance writing.

I hope you'll join me not only for this class but for the whole year!

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Susan Palmquist

Freelance Writer, Author, Self Publisher

Susan Palmquist writes under her own name and that of her pen name Vanessa Devereaux. She's the author of 100 books and since 2008, she's been tutoring aspiring authors and teaching workshops for various chapter of the Romance Writers of America.

Prior to teaching she was a full time freelance writer and her work has appeared in such publications as Health, Arthritis Today, Lifetime TV, and American Profile.

She also blogs at her writing web site, www.thiswriterslife.com

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