Live: The Barefoot Writer September Issue

We’re in the home stretch of 2014 …

Yet there’s still plenty of time to achieve those goals — whether it’s to launch your new writing career, or approach a new client.

In fact, this is actually the BEST time of year to move forward with building your writing business … assuming you’re armed with tried-and-true techniques for generating writing income, and with scores of resources and writers who’ve “got your back.”

That’s our focus in this month’s issue — using the final quarter of the year to move you forward toward becoming a highly-paid, highly-satisfied writer.

Which is why we’ve packed the pages of Barefoot Writer with tips like:

  • How to overcome the five most common freelance fears
  • A simple exercise to beat writer’s block forever
  • When to use “points of entry” to capture a prospect’s attention … and the sale
  • Which perfect income-boosting add-on you can seamlessly integrate into your writing business

Plus, you’ll get a kick out of our honest, no-holds-barred interview with direct-response copywriting legend John Carlton. The way he got started as a copywriter surprised even me.

Click here now to read your September issue of Barefoot Writer.

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Published: September 5, 2014

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