Live: The Barefoot Writer May Issue

Only one thing holds real power over Barefoot Writers: Passion.

The trick lies in knowing how to harness it … especially if you’re ready to get your writing career launched now.

With that in mind, we’ve focused this month’s issue on tapping this powerful force to propel yourself forward — while still enjoying the ride.

TBW CoverYou’ll also learn:

  • How to launch your writing career in seven simple steps (complete with a glimpse of what NOT to do)
  • A simple technique to dramatically enhance your writing skills
  • How to make sure your “life buckets” are always overflowing (and why this means a more fulfilling life as a writer)
  • Which blossoming writing industry offers plenty of opportunity but practically no competition

You’ll also get the pleasure of meeting Kelvin Parker, our featured writer for the month. He’s a living example of how to capitalize on passion, and he shares some of his hard-won lessons in making big profits.

Plus, win the easiest $100 of your life by snapping a simple photograph … see page 4 for details.

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Published: May 4, 2012

1 Response to “Live: The Barefoot Writer May Issue”

  1. This is exactly what the doctor ordered, to be sure.

    Wannabe writers need to know how to break into the market.

    They may have the skills, talents and abilities, but how do they find access?

    How to network? How to find mentors?

    How do you decide on your niche? Specialists, after all, have the potential to earn much more than mere generalists--and can be happier as well.

    This program should be able to answer such and related questions. It is like a ray of hope for the cynic and dreamer.


    Archan Mehta

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