Live: The Barefoot Writer November Issue

If I could guarantee your success as a well-paid writer, would you go for it?

The Barefoot WriterWould you finally quit your day job? Find the time to take an art class? Go to the theater with friends? Book a week-long vacation to Costa Rica?

While you’re the one who has to make that leap, The Barefoot Writer editorial staff and I are here to support you in any way we can.

That’s why this month’s issue shows you …

  • Why trusting your writer’s instinct leads to true life satisfaction
  • How to avoid major mishaps when setting goals to succeed as a writer
  • Ways to land as much as $11,000 a month in content-writing fees
  • Best practices for getting paid as a freelance writer

On top of that, you’ll hear from our featured interviewee, Brian Clark of Not only does he give away his secrets for effective content marketing, he also explains what really gets you hired in the writing business.

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Published: November 2, 2012

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