Live: The Barefoot Writer June Issue

There’s no single path to Barefoot Writing success, but there are a lot of things you can get right on the first try.

That’s our goal for this month’s issue — to help you navigate common stumbling blocks that are 100% avoidable.

The Barefoot WriterOur June issue is filled with tips like …

  • How to get past barriers to potential clients and get your query noticed
  • The key to cultivating valuable connections — why it starts with you
  • 10 smart reasons to launch your writing business
  • A quick and easy way to let contacts know you’re ready for clients

We also share insight into life as a writer after 50 and the value of finding purpose at any age.

Check out this month’s Barefoot Writer now!

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Published: June 7, 2013

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