Calling All Writers … Tell Me Your Story

“I finally found a way to make a living as a writer! I’m averaging about $150 an hour now and I only work a few hours each morning, leaving me with most of the day to pursue my first love: Fiction.”

That’s the story of an aspiring author who became a copywriter to make real money, so that he could have more time to pursue his real writing passion.

But he’s not the only one.

Sherwood Anderson … Helen Gurley Brown … F. Scott Fitzgerald … Dashiell Hammett … Joseph Heller … Salman Rushdie … Amy Tan and many other famous authors all “financed” their writing careers through copywriting.

If you’re a published author of books, magazine articles, poetry, script writing – or hope to be one very soon … and, like the famous folks above, are “paying the bills” with copywriting, I’d like to hear your story.

Click here to send me your story!

Your Path Now Versus What it Could Be:

Nothing gives you a “straight shot” at success like Circle of Success.

We help you set goals … give you a personalized learning path … coaches and mentors … prime writing assignments … feedback from real copywriters … free Bootcamp, with VIP treatment … even a chance to work pro writers … and more.

Right now, we’re accepting a limited number of new Circle of Success members.

Get the details here — including our low “get started” price.


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Published: January 7, 2008

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