Live: The Barefoot Writer June Issue

What’s your story? Or more importantly, what do you want your story to be?

That’s the question we focus on this month ― along with all the ways Barefoot Writers can profit from writing persuasive stories. Best of all, once you master the art of telling stories, it’s up to you to write (or rewrite) your own.

And to shed light on the long-term joys of powerful storytelling, we interviewed author Becky Masterman, whose acclaimed novels have set the stage for a vibrant writing career.

Also inside the pages of our June issue, you’ll learn:

  • 8 ways to profit from the art of storytelling
  • How the power of three can guide your writing career
  • A guide to creating mini-stories that land you clients
  • 14 tips for banishing writer’s block
  • Plus much more!

And, with heavy hearts but the happiest of memories, we’ve included a special tribute to AWAI Co-Founder Don Mahoney. Our gratitude runs deep for the legacy he left for anyone seeking the writer’s life ― a legacy that is rich with opportunity. See page 13.

Click here to read your June issue of Barefoot Writer.

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