The October Issue of The Barefoot Writer Available Now

The second issue of The Barefoot Writer’s Club Magazine, your source for advice on making a great living from a freelance writing career, has just been published.

In this month’s issue, you’ll get plenty of tried-and-tested information for breaking free from the 9-to-5 world and enjoying a much more rewarding – and lucrative – life as a freelancer.

Direct from working Barefoot Writers like Jen Stevens, Michael Masterson, Herschell Gordon Lewis, Paul Hollingshead, and more, you’ll learn many new techniques to strengthen your writing. Plus, you’ll get the scoop on several little-known writing opportunities – including how to get awesome freebies from companies for writing a few articles.

Here’s what you’ll get in the October issue:

  • The key to getting your first paid gig
  • The “talk it out” trick for more readable and powerful writing
  • The most important thing you must know about writing well
  • How to get luxurious spa treatments on the house – and get paid, too
  • Hundreds of potential clients eager to hire you … in your community
  • Writing your way to free stuff

And much, much more …

If you aren’t yet a member of The Barefoot Writer’s Club and would like to receive this issue, please go here for details on signing up.

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Published: October 7, 2011

2 Responses to “The October Issue of The Barefoot Writer Available Now”

  1. You have my interest and I'm intrigued. I don't live in the US and am curious of the legalities and tax issues, if this is only for American citizens. Thanks.

    Guest (Diane)November 18, 2011 at 11:51 am

  2. Personality strenghs are at least as important as knowledge/skills career planning. One personality strength of mine is learning. Any day without learning something new is a "dud". A field of knowledge would be health and wellness. So would it make more sense to define my niche as health and wellness education? How do you know if your niche choice is too narrow?

    ThinkerJanuary 14, 2016 at 12:18 am


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