Freedom With Writing‘s Ian Chandler is giving away their most recent ebook, “The Freelance Writer’s Battle: How to Shatter the Nine Myths that Stop Freelance Writing Success”. Download available here.
The Web of Life Foundation is hosting their annual writing competition, with a $1,500 first place prize, and a $500 second place prize. They accept prose of any form, including short stories and essays, for the competition. This year’s theme is “Connecting Politics With People.” The deadline for entry is September 30th, 2016. Submissions shouldContinue reading “$2k Writing Contest: “Connecting People With Politics””
Guest blogging is one option to getting your name out there or widening your network. Below is one of the most comprehensive, high-quality list* of blogs that accept guest posts compiled and available on the web, most paying $50 (and up) for posts. Some sites want longer articles, but for the purposes of this list,Continue reading “Blogs that Pay Writers $50+ for Guest Posts”
Some of my work involves draft contracts, this doesn’t make me an attorney. Some projects require me to design flyers, brochures, etc., this doesn’t make me a marketing professional. I am a writer and a grants professional. I have legitimately worked in this capacity since my employment in a biological oceanography professor’s research laboratory at Texas A&M University backContinue reading “A 40-agers thoughts… pet peeve on career”
ROLL OF THUNDER PUBLISHING CONTEST In 1974, the Council on Interracial Books sponsored a writing contest seeking out diverse voices. Mildred D. Taylor was the winner of the African-American segment for the manuscript that became Song of the Trees (Dial, 1975), her first book. It introduced the Logan family and was followed by Roll of Thunder, Hear MyContinue reading “$35,000 Book Contest – partnership from Penguin & We Need Diverse Books”
Lisa Black talks about how she first got published… http://www.nakedauthors.com.
California Historical Society Book Award Announcement Applications are due every July 1. The California Historical Society and Heyday have established the California Historical Society Book Award for a book-length manuscript that makes an important contribution to scholarship and deepens public understanding of some aspect of California history. The annual prize carries a $5,000 advance andContinue reading “California Historical Society Book Award Announcement”