The Well-Fed Writer (Paperback)
LOVE TO WRITE, BUT HATE TO STARVE?
FACT: BUSINESSES NEED WRITERS, AND WILL PAY HANDSOMELY FOR THEM...
Attention: Writers, career-changers, at-home Moms, journalists, or anyone looking to thrive as a writer. Here's the new edition of the quadruple-award-winning roadmap to a lucrative "commercial" freelancing practice-a home-based "contactless" opportunity that can reliably pay $50-125+/hour
HERE'S WHY COMPANIES HIRE FREELANCE WRITERS...
Writing is the engine of commerce. In the course of communicating with customers, prospects and employees, a typical corporation generates a HUGE volume of writing-dozens of project types addressing ongoing and virtually unlimited needs.
Yet, in our downsized, post-COVID world, more companies are asking: "Why pay salaries and benefits, when freelancers-offering a range of talent and fresh "outsider" perspectives-give us only what we need, only when we need it?"
In this NEW and heavily updated THIRD edition of TWFW, you'll learn the real-world success strategies of the author and countless successful freelancers, including how to:
- Find, land and execute high-profit writing projects
- Crush the typically low online job-site rates-even with modest writing skills
- Leverage virtually ANY career/educational background into a lucrative writing practice
- Build a high-$ income part-time, or in a smaller market
- Enjoy an enviable lifestyle (with tons of freedom/flexibility) AND a handsome living
A SURPRISINGLY ACCESSIBLE & LUCRATIVE WRITING DIRECTION...
Despite NO industry contacts, writing experience or training, the author was paying all his bills in four months. This "covers-every-base" blueprint assumes only two things: you're a decent writer, and you want to make a GOOD living at it. Use it to build a writing practice light years beyond "starving writing"
PRAISE FOR THE THIRD EDITION OF "THE WELL-FED WRITER"
"No other book continues to deliver proven ideas and inspiration for thriving as a freelance commercial writer."
Ed Gandia, Business-building coach, www.b2blauncher.com
"Still far and away the best single source of information and inspiration for getting started as an independent writer for business clients."
Marcia Yudkin, Author, Copywriting Coach
"Solid, practical, useful and proven. Highly recommended."
Nick Usborne, Digital copywriter and trainer
"TWFW has long been a trusted resource in my own career, and I've referred it to new freelancers for years."
Jennifer Mattern, 20+-year copywriting veteran; www.AllFreelanceWriting.com
"TWFW catapulted my own career years ago and is still the ONE book I regularly recommend to starting or struggling writers."
Casey Hibbard, Case Study Specialist, Author, Stories That Sell
"You want to be a freelancer? Go be a freelancer. You want to be a *successful* freelancer? Buy this book and apply these concepts to your own business. There's never a point in your career when this book won't teach you something new."
Lori Widmer, 20-year writing/editing pro
"Peter's book tops all others for tell-it-like-it-is insights and advice on how to make a good living as a writer. No other volume in my library has so many highlights, dog-ears, and sticky notes. Buy it, study it, follow it."
Gordon Graham, Author, White Papers for Dummies; www.ThatWhitePaperGuy.com