I think I strained my whatchamacallit

When I bought my house, I was gifted a nifty 1970's desk that has real potential. Yes, I like kitsch. So anyway, I set up the spare bedroom as my office, a thing I have wanted since the beginning of time. A mom cave; my own space to do my writing, surfing, kibbitzing, and daydreaming.... Continue Reading →

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Find yourself some clients, they said…

And every single thing I have ever read on the subject makes it sound just that easy.  I'm going to be honest with you here. It's NOT easy to find clients when you are just starting out as a freelance writer. People are not going to be lining up in droves to buy your written... Continue Reading →

It’s like a bad game of Trivial Pursuit

One thing I realized early on is that if you freelance, especially for a content mill, your head will be filled with loads of useless information. Well, it's useless unless you are attending a big Trivial Pursuit playing bash this weekend. Is that even a thing anymore? Since I am not attending a T.P. bash... Continue Reading →

So I Sent Out This Query Letter…

via Daily Prompt: Pursue As I pursue my dreams of being able to support myself from freelancing, I write a lot of cold articles, rough drafts, ideas, and blog posts. Yesterday I got this idea to write a short article and submit it (or a small part of it) to Llewellyn. Query letters go along with... Continue Reading →

Clickbait and Content Mills

We've all seen them on Facebook. Those headlines designed to make you click on the article. You know the ones. "They bought this house with a shocking secret!"  "She used this shampoo and you'll never guess what happened!" Yeah, those articles. Clickbait at its finest. The first time I ever encountered clickbait, my first thought... Continue Reading →

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