Live: The Barefoot Writer July Issue

Ready to make some waves in your writing career?

Consider this version of Newton’s popular quote: “A writer in motion stays in motion.”

It’s true — as you take that first step to launch your writing career, new opportunities will present themselves. Each successive step gets easier, more rewarding, and more enjoyable.

Start today, using our July issue as your guide. It covers a wealth of writing tips, including:

  • The ultimate “starting place” opportunity for writers
  • How to turn information overload into steady money
  • 4 tips to push past the fear of moving forward as a freelancer
  • The “Unschedule” as a great productivity booster
  • And much more …

Plus, don’t miss this month’s interview with award-winning direct-response copywriter Chris Marlow on how to succeed over the long-term as a well-paid, professional writer.

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

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The Professional Writers’ Alliance

The Professional Writers’ Alliance

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Published: July 7, 2014

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