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Please try again.Please try again.Please try again. Please try your request again later. So you want to be a freelance writer. Great! But now you're faced with a laundry list of questions: Should I freelance full time or part time. Should I write for magazines, newspapers, or online markets. How do I dream up the perfect article idea, and how do I pitch it successfully. How do I negotiate contracts, foster relationships with editors, and start getting steady work while avoiding financial panic attacks and unpleasant ulcers. The Essential Guide to Freelance Writing answers all of these questions--and much more. From breaking in to navigating the basics of the business, this book is your road map to a fruitful and rewarding freelance life. Filled with insider secrets, candid advice, and Zachary Petit's trademark humor and blunt honesty, The Essential Guide to Freelance Writing won't just show you how to survive your freelancing writing career--it will teach you how to truly thrive. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. Register a free business account Here's your chance to learn the ins and outs of freelance writing from an actual editor and long-time writer who has seen it all--from difficult sources to snooze-worthy queries. Zachary Petit knows all about it, and that's why he wrote this book. It's blessedly simple, yet packed with all the information you need to figure out your own unique path into this business. Zac's hard-won wisdom is both educational and entertaining. The Essential Guide to Freelance Writing can save you tons of time, help you earn more money, and keep you out of trouble while you're doing it. Covering every topic a freelancer might need to understand, from query letters to tax deductions, Petit has created a veritable freelancer's bible of insight and wisdom, replete with concrete examples.http://ametansk.ru/uploads2/2015-national-hospital-week-planning-guide.xml

Suited for both the emerging writer hoping to break into the market and the trained veteran looking for a useful reference, The Essential Guide to Freelance Writing is a must-have for independent writers.Previously, he was the managing editor of Writer's Digest magazine and HOW magazine, and executive editor of the newsstand titles Writer's Workbook, Writer's Yearbook and Writing Basics. Alongside the thousands of articles he has penned as a staff writer and editor, covering everything from the secret lives of mall Santas to literary legends, his words regularly appear in National Geographic Kids, and have also popped up in the pages of National Geographic, Melissa Rossi's What Every American Should Know book series, McSweeney's Internet Tendency and many other outlets. Full content visible, double tap to read brief content. Videos Help others learn more about this product by uploading a video. Upload video To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. It also analyzes reviews to verify trustworthiness. Please try again later. Gift Recipient 5.0 out of 5 stars Here's why I have read a few guides to freelancing and this one is the best. Here's why, in my humble opinion: a) it is very readable and sprinkled with humor and anecdotes; b) the author comes at the subject having been a journalist and an editor; c) he gives concrete ideas on topics and getting started; d) and covers every subject imaginable. In closing, I think the highest compliment I can give is that I now have no excuses left for not diving into freelancing. If you're serious about writing for a living and getting your foot in the door, this is your book.He offers concrete strategies for freelance newbies to follow in order to break in.http://alamansyria.com/userfiles/2015-model-rodeo-workshop-manual.xml

Unlike another book I read on the subject, Petit is not selling himself by giving up vague strategies with no substance, as if he's afraid of the competition. Instead, he's sharing real, useful information, inviting the reader to join him in the freelance adventure. The book is well-written, and full of tips the reader--and potential writer--can easily follow. He offers no guarantees, and advises the reader that it isn't easy, but it is doable.The more I've read on the subject, the greater has grown my reluctance to become involved in seeking the marketing world. Write down to a middle-school level. Keep your paragraphs short but make your projects as lengthy as possible because that's what search engines want. I believe in brevity and challenge. The world of writing for SEO maximization and solving people's problems is just not for me. This book is exactly what I was looking for. It is written by a Writer's Digest editor for people choosing to pursue a freelance career in nonfiction, specifically newspaper and magazine writing for print and online. He covers the topics similar to other freelance writing but with a journalist's focus. He includes a chapter on query letters, markets, business basics, and conducting interviews. His advice is sound and his book is well-written. I've freelanced on and off for several years so I was already aware of some of what Zachary Petit covers. But I'm learning a lot too, so much so that I've been taking lots of notes. This book is definitely worth your time and money if nonfiction article writing is your aim. I thoroughly recommend it.His writing style is clear and easy to understand. I really liked his light use of humor. This made his book especially fun to read. Having read dozens of writing books, I can attest it's hard to make a book on writing a page turner but he did it.

He takes each aspect of freelancing slow so he doesn't bury his readers under tons of jargon and smart sounding stuff that is really nothing more than mental cotton candy. This said, as a former Writer's Digest Editor his inside perspective of freelancing based on having received hundreds if not thousands of queries as well as having worked as a freelancer is invaluable. Other books on freelancing I found of equal value and most highly recommend are The Byline Bible by Susan Shapiro. (I used her approaches to land my first bylines. They work!) And Writer for Hire by Kelly James-Enger, also a wonderful book with lots of easy to use tips and tricks to make a living as a freelance writer. After reading these three books I feel like I attended a week long freelance writers conference. Well worth it! A steal saving me a couple of thousand dollars if not more. Sadly, no after-hours events though.:)It is well organized making it a great reference. Easy to read with lots of humor that was actually pretty funny. I highly recommend this book for anyone trying to get their foot in the freelance market.I am reading a series of books on freelance writing and on writing and communication in general. This book, part of a series by Writer’s Digest, talks about how the author continues to pursue a career in freelance writing. Petit talks about the art of the query (i.e., pitching an idea), how to freelance both as a full-timer and as a part-timer, and what to expect from the business end of the transaction. For his credential, Petit is a senior editor at Writer’s Digest magazine. He knows the industry both as a writer and as an editor. The book is full of examples and thoughts about emerging issues. It’s a good, solid review of what it takes to get published again and again.

Broken into easy to follow sections, Petit takes your hand from the crafting of an idea and proceeds to guide you through the pitching, researching, and writing process covering important topics such as legal contracts, pay rates, and etiquette. Great book. Highly recommended!Answers a lot of questions that you will have and will help you avoid mistakes. This is the first place I look when I have a question. Plenty of examples you can use. He has a strong voice and makes reading this easy.It's full of humour aswell so you don't get bored!I was disappointed when i reached the last page as I wanted more! Groups Discussions Quotes Ask the Author So you want to be a freelance writer. Great! But now you're faced with a laundry list of questions: Should I freelance full time or part time. Should I write for magazines, newspapers, or online markets. How do I dream up the perfect article idea, and how do I pitch it successfully. How do I negotiate contracts, foster relati So you want to be a freelance writer. Great! But now you're faced with a laundry list of questions: Should I freelance full time or part time. Should I write for magazines, newspapers, or online markets. How do I dream up the perfect article idea, and how do I pitch it successfully. How do I negotiate contracts, foster relationships with editors, and start getting steady work while avoiding financial panic attacks and unpleasant ulcers. The Essential Guide to Freelance Writing answers all of these questions--and much more. From breaking in to navigating the basics of the business, this book is your road map to a fruitful and rewarding freelance life. You'll learn how to: Dig into various markets, including consumer magazines, trade journals, newspapers, and online venues. Make your digital mark and build your writing platform. Pitch like a pro and craft solid query letters that get responses. Conduct professional interviews in person, by phone, or by e-mail.

Write and structure various types of articles, from front-of-the-book pieces to profiles and features. Quit your lackluster day job, and live the life you've always wanted. Filled with insider secrets, candid advice, and Zachary Petit's trademark humor and blunt honesty, The Essential Guide to Freelance Writing won't just show you how to survive your freelancing writing career--it will teach you how to truly thrive. To see what your friends thought of this book,So far, Petit's book is the best I've come across. He also provides many examples of what to do - and what NOT to do - which makes the information So far, Petit's book is the best I've come across. He also provides many examples of what to do - and what NOT to do - which makes the information even easier to absorb. I'm someone who learns better through practical examples rather than theory, so this was a huge plus for me. Oh - and he has been an editor for several publications, so his insider perspective is a huge plus. If you are just getting started in freelance writing, I highly recommend this book. His anecdotal stories sometimes got insufferable. But that said, I found this to be one of the better written books on Freelancing. He is detailed without getting monotonous, and he is not constantly repeating the same information he covered a page earlier. He is informative, and I really liked that he took you step by step through the whole process. The two chapters in the middle were really long. I wish he would His anecdotal stories sometimes got insufferable. But that said, I found this to be one of the better written books on Freelancing. He is detailed without getting monotonous, and he is not constantly repeating the same information he covered a page earlier. He is informative, and I really liked that he took you step by step through the whole process. The two chapters in the middle were really long. I wish he would have broken them up to make the digesting a bit easier.

I'll definitely be rereading this anytime I am stuck, and taking notes in the future. I am reading a series of books on freelance writing and on writing and communication in general. This book, part of a series by Writer’s Digest, talks about how the author continues to pursue a career in freelance writing. Petit talks about the art of the query (i.e., pitching an idea), how to freelance both as a full-timer and as a part-timer, and what to expect from the business end of the transaction. For his credential, Petit is a senior editor at Wri I am reading a series of books on freelance writing and on writing and communication in general. This book, part of a series by Writer’s Digest, talks about how the author continues to pursue a career in freelance writing. Petit talks about the art of the query (i.e., pitching an idea), how to freelance both as a full-timer and as a part-timer, and what to expect from the business end of the transaction. For his credential, Petit is a senior editor at Writer’s Digest magazine. He knows the industry both as a writer and as an editor. The book is full of examples and thoughts about emerging issues. It’s a good, solid review of what it takes to get published again and again. A lot of this book talked about how to pitch stories to magazines and newspapers, which isn't something I plan on doing too much of (if at all). A lot of this book talked about how to pitch stories to magazines and newspapers, which isn't something I plan on doing too much of (if at all). Zachary Petit is an experienced writer and editor, so you know you’re in good hands. Although I plan on further enriching my knowledge on writing through other books on the subject, honestly I could stop after this one if I so choose. It’s just that concise. Be aware, however, that this book is geared specifically towards writers wanting to submit to magazines and newspapers. If that’s you, then this is a must read.

Not only is Petit clear and thorough, he also manages to Zachary Petit is an experienced writer and editor, so you know you’re in good hands. Although I plan on further enriching my knowledge on writing through other books on the subject, honestly I could stop after this one if I so choose. It’s just that concise. Be aware, however, that this book is geared specifically towards writers wanting to submit to magazines and newspapers. If that’s you, then this is a must read. Not only is Petit clear and thorough, he also manages to make an easy (and at times, dare I say, entertaining) read out of an otherwise dry subject. What are you waiting for. Go devour this book and then write, write, write. Granted, it does explain most freelancing lingo and basics of the business, but I already knew most of that. I appreciate the section on deconstructing a query. Maybe I was expecting a step-by-step explanation as to what I am doing wrong in the business and suggestions on how to fix it. The book is useful and insightful, but do not think, if you read it Granted, it does explain most freelancing lingo and basics of the business, but I already knew most of that. I appreciate the section on deconstructing a query. Maybe I was expecting a step-by-step explanation as to what I am doing wrong in the business and suggestions on how to fix it. The book is useful and insightful, but do not think, if you read it - you are truly prepared for the freelance writing world. Highly recommended. When I as a writer have decided that time's a-wastin', and it was high time to get myself out there and start submitting to literary magazines. I'll never make it as a writer if all I do is dream about it right.When I as a writer have decided that time's a-wastin', and it was high time to get myself out there and start submitting to literary magazines. I'll never make it as a writer if all I do is dream about it right. Do they, Zachary?

) ones like me who are looking to possibly start their careers this way. Petit adds in a some humor and personal voice to keep it interesting. The content is definitely focused on freelance writing as a journalist for newspapers or magazines, so keep that in mind. I was hoping for a little more content about freelance writing for businesses, so some of this didn't feel entirely relevant to what I was personally seeking. At the same time, I still found a lot of useful content about wri Petit adds in a some humor and personal voice to keep it interesting. The content is definitely focused on freelance writing as a journalist for newspapers or magazines, so keep that in mind. I was hoping for a little more content about freelance writing for businesses, so some of this didn't feel entirely relevant to what I was personally seeking. At the same time, I still found a lot of useful content about writing in general and the professional environment of writing, so it was still worth my time to read through it (and just skim through some of the stuff I wasn't as interested in). Zachary Petit offers valuable information to help you kick start your career and start off on the right foot, and he covers every aspect of having work published from pitching ideas to submitting to publication to getting paid.and of course everything in between. Very conversational, making it easy to read and surprisingly funny at times. Definitely a resource I'll be com Zachary Petit offers valuable information to help you kick start your career and start off on the right foot, and he covers every aspect of having work published from pitching ideas to submitting to publication to getting paid.and of course everything in between. Very conversational, making it easy to read and surprisingly funny at times. Definitely a resource I'll be coming back to! I'm not sure how this book would play for someone who is starting earlier in their career (I've already got a PhD, am a published writer, and an editor).

The most useful chapter was the business one, and I wish it had been longer. It is a quick read and informative. (though not as funny as the back cover would lead you to believe) I'm not sure how this book would play for someone who is starting earlier in their career (I've already got a PhD, am a published writer, and an editor). The most useful chapter was the business one, and I wish it had been longer. It is a quick read and informative. (though not as funny as the back cover would lead you to believe) Most individuals do this part-time for extra income but it is a competitive market. The author provides advice on how to stand out and teaches you to look for stories everywhere. He suggests that you go out and meet people, talk to them. In my current line of work, this is the norm and being that I would like to get into nonfiction blog writing, I found this book helpful. Petit offers instructions and examples, as well as explanation regarding what is always true, sometimes true, and totally fluid in the freelance marketplace. His writing is pithy and entertaining, and he speaks with an impressive portfolio to back up the talk. Petit offers instructions and examples, as well as explanation regarding what is always true, sometimes true, and totally fluid in the freelance marketplace. His writing is pithy and entertaining, and he speaks with an impressive portfolio to back up the talk. Everything from starting freelance writing to style, from editors to edits,and publications to payments and everything in between. I would recommend this book. Everything from starting freelance writing to style, from editors to edits,and publications to payments and everything in between. I would recommend this book. Mostly just works through expectations that you'll face as a writer before you have to deal with them, like the terms people use, what to do during interviews, etc. It was a good first book to read about something that I've started doing without knowing what I'm doing.

Mostly just works through expectations that you'll face as a writer before you have to deal with them, like the terms people use, what to do during interviews, etc. It was a good first book to read about something that I've started doing without knowing what I'm doing. I enjoyed the humor peppered throughout and often in the footnotes. My favorite parts were explaining the masthead, the structure of different types of articles, and working with editors. I wish the author explained more about how to submit to trade journals but otherwise I enjoyed the book. The only negative part of the book is it is slow in the beginning, but like with a meal, you gotta eat your vegetables before you can dive into the meat, potatoes, and the dessert (PS The dessert starts around page 184) The only negative part of the book is it is slow in the beginning, but like with a meal, you gotta eat your vegetables before you can dive into the meat, potatoes, and the dessert (PS The dessert starts around page 184) Gave me the oomph I needed to try to launch my freelancing career. Thanks, Zach! Gave me the oomph I needed to try to launch my freelancing career. Thanks, Zach! I took extensive notes so I could easily reference the advice in the book, but I plan to purchase my own copy as well. Highly recommend for anyone getting into freelance writing. It wasn’t my favorite “how-to” ever, but I learned things from it and it got me to spend some time putting together my website. Certainly helpful! I read it, even though I've been freelancing for a long time, because I've been doing it more as side work and I'm wanting to focus more on freelancing again. It was a good refresher for me, but would also be great for newbies. I read it, even though I've been freelancing for a long time, because I've been doing it more as side work and I'm wanting to focus more on freelancing again. It was a good refresher for me, but would also be great for newbies.

Now I’m looking back on previous forays into writing and journalism, and kicking myself. What a book. Essential reading to writers of any kind. I feel more confident about how to query a nonfiction article now, and I'm keeping this one in the office because I'm sure I'll refer back to it. Even better? I was quite amused. I feel more confident about how to query a nonfiction article now, and I'm keeping this one in the office because I'm sure I'll refer back to it. Even better? I was quite amused. That is your plot. Walk up the stairs. Now you're on the landing and ahead of you is a door and behind that door is your novel, open it. The room is dark, but don't turn on the light, for your novel wants to be found not shown. Feel for it in the darkness, stretch out your arms, wave them in front of you until you touch i That is your plot. Walk up the stairs. Now you're on the landing and ahead of you is a door and behind that door is your novel, open it. The room is dark, but don't turn on the light, for your novel wants to be found not shown. Feel for it in the darkness, stretch out your arms, wave them in front of you until you touch it. It's in there, just waiting for you to find it. The room is your mind, your mind is black. Though it has nothing to do with writing novels, and its focus is primarily journalist freelancing, any writer will benefit from this direct line to an industry insider. Everything from how to write a query to an editor, how to research markets, how to interview, practice ethics, and even tax preparation for the freelance writer, (which he executes beautifully) are covered here. And, for added good measure, it's hilarious. Best How To I've ever read. Learned lots on getting a foot in the door with magazine and publication editors. Great tips and ideas. Now to put them into action. Didn't find much new information here. Didn't find much new information here. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

Formerly, he was the senior managing editor of HOW magazine and PRINT, the longtime managing editor of Writer's Digest magazine, and executive editor of several related newsstand titles. Alongside the thousands of articles he has penned as a staff wr Formerly, he was the senior managing editor of HOW magazine and PRINT, the longtime managing editor of Writer's Digest magazine, and executive editor of several related newsstand titles. Alongside the thousands of articles he has penned as a staff writer and editor, covering everything from the secret lives of mall Santas to literary legends, his words regularly appear in National Geographic Kids, and have also popped up in the pages of National Geographic, Melissa Rossi's What Every American Should Know book series, McSweeney's Internet Tendency and many other outlets. He has never eaten an olive, and is forever slightly uncomfortable writing about himself in third person. So you want to be a freelance writer. Great! But now you're faced with a laundry list of questions: Should I freelance full time or part time. Should I write for magazines, newspapers, or online markets. How do I dream up the perfect article idea, and how do I pitch it successfully. How do I negotiate contracts, foster relationships with editors, and start getting steady work while avoiding financial panic attacks and unpleasant ulcers. From breaking in to navigating the basics of the business, this book is your road map to a fruitful and rewarding freelance life.So you want to be a freelance writer. Great! But now you're faced with a laundry list of questions: Should I freelance full time or part time. Should I write for magazines, newspapers, or online markets. How do I dream up the perfect article idea, and how do I pitch it successfully. How do I negotiate contracts, foster relationships with editors, and start getting steady work while avoiding financial panic attacks and unpleasant ulcers.

From breaking in to navigating the basics of the business, this book is your road map to a fruitful and rewarding freelance life.Zachary Petit knows all about it, and that's why he wrote this book. It's blessedly simple, yet packed with all the information you need to figure out your own unique path into this business. Zac's hard-won wisdom is both educational and entertaining. The Essential Guide to Freelance Writing can save you tons of time, help you earn more money, and keep you out of trouble while you're doing it. Covering every topic a freelancer might need to understand, from query letters to tax deductions, Petit has created a veritable freelancer's bible of insight and wisdom, replete with concrete examples. Suited for both the emerging writer hoping to break into the market and the trained veteran looking for a useful reference, The Essential Guide to Freelance Writing is a must-have for independent writers.Discover Book Picks from the CEO of Penguin Random House US Please try again later. Please try again later. Just for joining you’ll get personalized recommendations on your dashboard daily and features only for members. Upload Language (EN) Scribd Perks Invite friends FAQ and support Sign in Skip carousel Carousel Previous Carousel Next What is Scribd. Books Audiobooks Magazines Podcasts Sheet Music Documents Snapshots So you want to be a freelance writer. Great! But now you're faced with a laundry list of questions: Should I freelance full time or part time. Should I write for magazines, newspapers, or online markets. How do I dream up the perfect article idea, and how do I pitch it successfully. How do I negotiate contracts, foster relationships with editors, and start getting steady work while avoiding financial panic attacks and unpleasant ulcers. The Essential Guide to Freelance Writing answers all of these questions--and much more.

From breaking in to navigating the basics of the business, this book is your road map to a fruitful and rewarding freelance life. Filled with insider secrets, candid advice, and Zachary Petit's trademark humor and blunt honesty, The Essential Guide to Freelance Writing won't just show you how to survive your freelancing writing career--it will teach you how to truly thrive. So you want to be a freelance writer. Great! But now you're faced with a laundry list of questions: Should I freelance full time or part time. Should I write for magazines, newspapers, or online markets. How do I dream up the perfect article idea, and how do I pitch it successfully. How do I negotiate contracts, foster relationships with editors, and start getting steady work while avoiding financial panic attacks and unpleasant ulcers. The Essential Guide to Freelance Writing answers all of these questions--and much more. From breaking in to navigating the basics of the business, this book is your road map to a fruitful and rewarding freelance life. Filled with insider secrets, candid advice, and Zachary Petit's trademark humor and blunt honesty, The Essential Guide to Freelance Writing won't just show you how to survive your freelancing writing career--it will teach you how to truly thrive.Sign up to read more. The scottjpearson review was helpful The scottjpearson review was not helpful Those who follow me might notice a trend. I am reading a series of books on freelance writing and on writing and communication in general. This book, part of a series by Writer’s Digest, talks about how the author continues to pursue a career in freelance writing. Petit talks about the art of the query (i.e., pitching an idea), how to freelance both as a full-timer and as a part-timer, and what to expect from the business end of the transaction. For his credential, Petit is a senior editor at Writer’s Digest magazine. He knows the industry both as a writer and as an editor.