Live: The Barefoot Writer April Issue

The Barefoot WriterThere’s nothing wrong with wanting an “easy button” when it comes to launching your life as a Barefoot Writer.

Which is exactly why we’ve focused this issue on tips to get your writing career off the ground and soaring.

Whether you’re just beginning or you’ve already crossed that six-figure mark, the advice in this month’s issue will accelerate your progress. Those tips include:

  • How to grab your reader’s attention and hold it
  • Why reading great novels can make you a better writer
  • Which untapped writing opportunity can mean VIP-access and Red-Carpet events
  • The question you must ask yourself before you choose your writer path
  • 4 ways to get your writing career back on track

You’ll also benefit from our exclusive interview with Melanie Rembrandt, a successful writer and business woman who tapped — almost by accident — a writing opportunity that brings her steady paid business and awesome perks (like an all-inclusive getaway ski weekend in Montana — can you say, Glicken?).

Click here now to read your April issue of The Barefoot Writer.

Not a subscriber yet? Click here to learn more about becoming a member of The Barefoot Writer and start living the lifestyle you want by writing.

Fastest Way to Earn a Living as a Writer

If you’re looking to make money as a writer sooner rather than later, check out this writing opportunity …

It’s one of the fastest ways to get your foot in the door and get paid $100, $250, even $500 for maybe an hour of work.

It’s easy to learn how to write, the demand is high, the money is great, and there’s very little risk for the clients to give you a shot.

Go here for all the details on getting started.


Click to Rate:
Average: 5.0
Published: April 5, 2013

Guest, Add a Comment
Please Note: Your comments will be seen by all visitors.

You are commenting as a guest. If you’re an AWAI Member, Login to myAWAI for easier commenting, email alerts, and more!

(If you don’t yet have an AWAI Member account, you can create one for free.)


This name will appear next to your comment.


Your email is required but will not be displayed.


Text only. Your comment may be trimmed if it exceeds 500 characters.

Type the Shadowed Word
Too hard to read? See a new image | Listen to the letters


Hint: The letters above appear as shadows and spell a real word. If you have trouble reading it, you can use the links to view a new image or listen to the letters being spoken.

(*all fields required)