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How To Make Money As A Freelance Writer

Janice Thompson’s “Becoming a Successful Freelance Writer” Course





Only $199 for all 10 lessons and access to our Members Only Discussion Forum w/Janice Thompson – (Lessons bought separately = $249.50 without access to forums)

You get ALL TEN LESSONS listed below, plus FULL ACCESS to our MEMBERS ONLY Discussion Forums, where Janice Thompson will help answer your questions, for ONE LOW PRICE.

Each of the lessons below is jam packed with ideas, strategies, tips, techniques, and secrets that will help you succeed as a freelance writer

Each lesson includes:

  • Video teaching from Janice Thompson
  • Download MP3 audio version of the lesson
  • Download PDF transcript of the lesson
  • PDF Worksheet
  • PDF Bonus Resource material

LESSON ONE: SETTING GOALS

With this lesson to guide the way, you can learn how to build your career over a realistic period of time. You will be presented with twenty goal-setting questions, which will point you in the “write” direction.

LESSON TWO: WRITING MAGAZINE ARTICLES THAT SELL

You will receive a thorough introduction to the world of magazine article writing, including the basic layout and foundation of a sellable article.

LESSON THREE: WRITE-FOR-HIRE WORK

In this lesson, you will discover the various types of write-for hire work available and learn how to approach an editor to obtain that work.

LESSON FOUR: MARKETING AND P.R.

You will discover information on attracting potential clients, and will receive an insider’s perspective on using the Internet to promote your work and the work of your clients.

LESSON FIVE: BECOMING A PUBLIC SPEAKER

This lesson will give you the tools you need to turn your book projects into workable speaking topics. Best of all, you will be given dozens of ideas for potential groups, local and national, to target.

LESSON SIX: BECOMING A CREATIVE WRITING TEACHER

In this lesson, you will learn how to approach local public schools, Christian schools, and home-school groups to offer your services as a creative writing teacher. This lesson will offer suggestions for pricing and will give you a host of ideas for potential lessons.

LESSON SEVEN: EDITING

You will be introduced to a variety of editorial services that you can offer: developmental editing, line editing, content editing, POV (point of view) editing, mentoring and consulting, book doctoring and more. You will also be given our top ten list of reasons to hire a freelancer, which you can use to entice potential clients.

LESSON EIGHT: NON-FICTION WRITING

This exciting lesson on non-fiction books will give you the tools you need to grow yourself as an expert, to craft the best possible non-fiction books and to approach editors and agents as a pro.

LESSON NINE: FICTION BASICS

You will be given a thorough introduction to genre writing, titling, plotting, setting, characterization, POV (point of view), balance of dialogue and narrative and much more.

LESSON TEN: THE WORLD OF THE PROS

You will learn how to define success, and will be given a glimpse into the world of industry pros. You will receive tips on finding and working with an agent, as well as suggestions for great author-editor relationships. You will discover the benefits of branding and taglines and will be given a balanced teaching on rejection. You will also receive our top ten reasons to attend a conference. A professional in the industry earns top dollar, so why not step up into the world of the pros by taking this lesson?

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Only $199 for all 10 lessons and access to our Members Only Discussion Forum w/Janice Thompson – (Lessons bought separately = $249.50 without access to forums)

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