How to Earn a Living in the Writing Industry
Take advantage of invisible writing jobs that pay good money and, at the same time, build relationships within the publishing industry. Being willing to forego your byline in print--in most cases--means you can earn a living by using your writing skills to make organizations, products, and other people look good.
For years Diana Savage, the principal at Savage Creative Services, LLC, has augmented her freelance income by writing brochure copy, website copy, ads, newsletters, grants, and media kits. She has also earned money doing substantive editing, copyediting, proofreading, ghostwriting, and more. Learn where you can find these jobs and how to use them to cultivate relationships within the industry that will boost your freelance writing career.
Diana Savage is “wild about helping you succeed.” She loves inspiring audiences to be successful--professionally, personally, emotionally, financially, and spiritually. She also brings messages of comfort and hope to those who’ve suffered loss or have been wounded in the church. Diana is a published writer, a professional editor, an ordained minister, and is the principal at Savage Creative Services, LLC. Diana can be found at www.dianasavage.com