Live: The Barefoot Writer January Issue

Ready for a shot of motivation so you can get pumped-up and excited about the New Year? We’re here to make sure that feeling doesn’t go to waste!

That’s because now’s the time to capitalize on every ounce of momentum you can summon, especially if you want 2014 to be THE year you go big with your writing goals.

The Barefoot WriterWe’ve hit the ground running here at The Barefoot Writer. Our January issue is designed expressly to propel you into the kind of writer’s life you crave. Here’s some of what you’ll find …

  • The top 7 paths to success as a writer in 2014
  • 4 proven (and easy) ways to land your first client
  • What writers should know about working with graphic designers
  • A powerful source of motivation right at your fingertips
  • An app to train your brain for better writing

As always, we’ve got multiple ways for you to earn a bonus $100 … and kick off the New Year right! See pages 30 and 33.

Check out this month’s Barefoot Writer now!

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Published: January 3, 2014

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

  1. A very Hearty Writing Haven! So much to explore. Thank you for the access. Have a happy day!

    WindyWriterJanuary 7, 2014 at 9:37 pm


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