Live: The Barefoot Writer August Issue

Do you like free stuff?

Because that’s what you get a lot of once you become proficient at the writing opportunity we’re featuring this month. Free perks … VIP treatment … plus paychecks on top of that!

I put it to the test myself — and came away from my recent vacation with over $1,000 worth of complimentary tickets and dining.

It’s true. It’s real. And you’ll learn all about it in this month’s issue of Barefoot Writer.

You’ll also learn about …

  • The writing method that’s best for you — and how to tap into it
  • “New Networking” and why it can help you land clients and reap profits
  • A short and sweet letter written by Einstein … that changed the world
  • How to know when you’re ready for your first client (Hint: It’s sooner than you think!)

Plus, we dish on the bountiful and adventurous lifestyle of celebrated travel writer Terri Marshall. I guarantee you’ll be amazed at some of the “assignments” she’s taken on for the sake of writing!

Click here to read your August issue of Barefoot Writer.

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Published: August 7, 2015

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