7 Spare-Time Writing Gigs to Make Money on the Side

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If you’re wishing you had a little more money for Spring Break or you’ve got a list of home improvements you’d like to do this spring, you’re not alone …

Many people could use a little “extra money.”

Fortunately, you’re a writer! Which means you possess a superpower that enables you to make money whenever you want.

And there’s no need to make a big career change to do it …

Whether you need a little extra cash to pay for something special, want to pad your savings for life’s emergencies, or simply test out the freelance life to see how much money you can make doing something you enjoy, the “side hustle” opportunities are virtually endless.

So, in today’s issue of The Writer’s Life, I’ll explore seven of the best spare-time writing gigs for writers today. These are easy to learn and quick to get started on the side, yet you can make professional fees, even as a new writer.

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Published: March 12, 2020

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