make money writing
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ways to Start your own Writing Business
the CD that will change your writing life.
know you have the talent to be a paid writer,
your turn at fame and fortune.
If you're busy with life and don't have time to research the options, this solution will give food for thought.
creative writer who became a freelance journalist, while waiting to
write his great novel, wrote more than a million words
of news reportage in five years, all published, paid for, and read by
hundreds of thousands of people.
With the Make Money Writing ebook you don't have to buy text books, or attend courses, or watch a TV programme, or listen to a show at a given time.
This resource contains twenty sections for you to dip into at any given
that's a grand total of
bonus practical tips
on top of the twenty modules that are crammed full
of practical advice.
For the beginner there are basic ways to do things to get you started on the journey of a lifetime
It's your Business, you decide on when, where, and how fast or slow you take it.
You may decide to keep the day job and run a part-time Writing Business until you are ready to make the change to full-time writer.
You could face the coming year with a new determination to run your own Writing Business, it's up to you.
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the end of these twenty sections you will have identified likely publications
for your work.
It is timeless.
Here are your modules. It's your move...
You are the business.
Read to be published.
8. How to sell your ideas with you as the writer.
20. Into the Future.
The first time a man looks at an advertisement, he does not see it.
The second time, he does not notice it.
The third time, he is conscious of its existence.
The fourth time, he faintly remembers having seen it before.
The fifth time, he reads it.
The sixth time, he turns up his nose at it.
The seventh time, he reads it through and says, 'Oh brother!'
The eighth time, he says, here's that confounded thing again!
The ninth time, he wonders if it amounts to anything.
The tenth time, he asks his neighbor if he has tried it.
The eleventh time, he wonders how the advertiser makes it pay.
The twelfth time, he thinks it must be a good thing.
The thirteenth time, he thinks it might be worth something.
The fourteenth time, he remembers wanting such a thing a long time.
The fifteenth time, he is tantalized because he cannot afford to buy it.
The sixteenth time, he thinks he will buy it some day.
The seventeenth time, he makes a memorandum to buy it.
The eighteenth time, he swears at his poverty.
The nineteenth time, he counts his money carefully.
The twentieth time he sees the ad, he buys what it is offered.
Written by Thomas Smith London in l885.
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