Dear Readers: For the past several months, Muslim writers have been telling you about their books. Now it’s time for me to tell you about one of mine. For five days only (beginning on June 24, 2017), my latest e-book for writers will be available in Kindle format for free. If you’ve been wanting to start a freelance career, this book can help get you started!
I do have a favor to ask, however. If you download the book and happen to like it, would you kindly leave a review on Amazon.com? It would mean the world to me.
In the meantime, Eid Mubarak! I hope you have a wonderful Eid.
AUTHOR NAME AND WEBSITE:
Amel S. Abdullah – founder of the Muslim Writers Club
WHAT THE BOOK IS ABOUT:
50 Markets that Pay Freelance Writers 10 to 15 Cents per Word is a directory of paying markets (including magazines, newsletters, businesses, and websites) that do exactly what the title says: pay freelance writers 10 to 15 cents per word. Each market is neatly listed on its own page with direct links to writer guidelines and requirements. Many are “beginner” markets that anyone can write for.
WHY I WROTE IT:
Beginning freelance writers often don’t know where to look for work and accept low-paying opportunities that leave them exhausted while doing nothing to boost their careers. I wanted to empower writers by showing them that you can earn a steady income by focusing on paying markets that fall within a particular pay-range. If you only write 5,000 words per week, you can earn up to $3,000 per month by writing for publications that pay 10 to 15 cents per word. This is a life-changing amount for many people that may enable them to begin a stay-at-home career they love.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Amel Abdullah is an experienced freelance writer and Arabic to English translator who has written and translated more than 1,000 published articles.
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