Live: The Barefoot Writer February Issue

“Become a paid freelance writer faster … and do it the easy way.”

Sounds like the perfect path to success, right? That is … as long as it pans out.

The Barefoot WriterThe thing is, here at The Barefoot Writer, we’re strong believers in the fast track. And the fast track to success is real — we’ve got hundreds of members living their dream writer’s lives to prove it.

But the fast track still involves putting one foot in front of the other, each and every day. We’re just here to make sure you never veer off-course. That’s why our February issue is packed with essential writing tips to guide you toward your goals in the easiest, most rewarding ways possible.

This includes …

Plus, we address practical reader questions in this issue on how to invoice clients and nab retainer agreements.

Check out this month’s Barefoot Writer now!

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Published: February 7, 2014

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

  1. I am happy to see that the course has been updated. Thank you. :)

    The HobumFebruary 9, 2014 at 6:38 am


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