Live: The Barefoot Writer February Issue

The Barefoot WriterRemember the movie Bambi, and the idea of being “twitterpated”?

That was the wise old owl’s word for love at first sight … and it’s something a lot of Barefoot Writers felt when they first glimpsed this lifestyle.

But like any healthy relationship, the writer’s life will only work if you really put yourself out there … and don’t try to be something you’re not.

This month’s issue helps on both fronts. We’ve put together key content on …

  • The year’s hottest writing opportunities (you’ll DEFINITELY want to know about these)
  • How to apply prior job experience to your current pursuit of the writer’s life
  • Apps to help you live off the grid but stay on schedule
  • Empowering advice that proves the world of paid writing is in your reach
  • Easy-to-use writing tips from bestselling author Alex Green

You’ll also love our Featured Interview with Jason Holland, one of Costa Rica’s newest full-time residents. Find out how his pursuit of professional writing led him to life in a tropical paradise.

And who knows … that might be your story, just a couple of years from now.

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Published: February 1, 2013

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