Start Your Own Freelance Writing Business and More: Copywriter, Proofreader, Copy Editor, Journalist

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3 Comments

  1. Poorly written and edited This book does contain some useful information, but it doesn’t go far enough. To get copyediting jobs, the book advises, write a simple introductory business letter to the business you want to work for. That’s all the information it gives! When other books talk about querying magazines or book publishers, they give specifics on exactly what the letter should contain, how many paragraphs, what not to include, who to address it to, etc. This book gives no information at all. Should the letter be…

  2. On the BUSINESS of Writing Unlike some of the other reviewers, I found this book very helpful. It covered an array of freelancing gigs, not just copywriting or article writing. This may be why the author didn’t go into depth with tips like cover letter strategy. 

  3. “I also writing …”? The author’s bio on this page includes the words “I also writing” another book. Do we feel sure that we should place our confidence in him or his advice to proofreaders, copywriters, copyeditors, and others? Hmmm …. Heal thyself, physician.

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