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11 New Freelance Writing Jobs

Are your fingers itching to get at that keyboard and earn some cash again? Here are the latest freelance writing jobs, fresh off the internet! Yes, I’ve been surfing the net to bring these 11 New Freelance Writing Jobs straight to your inbox! There is a range of diversity – from DogTV, to luxurious spa treatments, ghost writing and yes, writing for Martha Stewart 🙂 Check them all out and see which suits your passion best ~ Good Luck!

11 New Freelance Writing Jobs

11 New Freelance Writing Jobs

11 New Freelance Writing Jobs

1 Digital Community Journalist (South Africa)

Freelance journalist/content writer required to generate copy for a dynamic digital community newspaper. The position will be for an initial three-month performance based contract.

The journalist will source stories and cover events of interest that will be of relevance and interest to the target audience. The community publication will service the suburb of Morningside and surrounds.

The expectation will be that the journalist will be solely responsible for sourcing and creating appropriate content.
Ideally, they will need to generate 8 articles per week to sustain the publication. Questions contact: LaurentiaO@ince.co.za Read More and Apply Here.

2 DogTV

DOGTV, the First TV channel for dogs, is looking for a talented comic writer, to contribute to its ongoing marketing/content written materials. Must be funny. Must have experience in writing for blogs/newsletters/websites. Please send a text to demonstrate your comic abilities, questions or applications: info@dogtv.com  Read More

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3 Ghostwriter-Coach Needed

A C-level executive is looking for an ongoing relationship with a ghostwriter and/or coach to help her craft better presentations. Audiences include wealthy donors, top executives at foundations, companies, etc.

Budget is likely in the $5,000 to $10,000 range for the remainder of 2016, with the hope that the successful candidate would continue to work in 2017 (with a larger budget). Feel free to craft your proposal to meet the articulated budget. Apply Here.

4 Good Fruit Grower

Good Fruit Grower is looking for exceptional journalists to serve as regular contributors to the magazine from fruit-growing regions in the U.S. and beyond. We want people who can take photos and do in-depth, authoritative reports on technical issues. Experience in horticulture or science writing highly desirable.

The magazine pays competitive freelancer rates. Read More or apply to goodfruitjob@outlook.com

5 LCGC

LCGC is seeking freelance writers for paid assignments, writing and editing editorial content. Must be very knowledgeable about separation science techniques. LCGC welcomes manuscripts that
describe techniques and applications of all forms of chromatography and capillary electrophoresis and that are of immediate interest to users in industry, academia, and government. If interested, email our Editorial Director Laura Bush at lbuh@advanstart.com Read More.

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6 Martha Stewart

The editorial team  is looking for freelance writers to contribute a mix of newsy blog posts, buzzy listicles, and how-to guides. You will have the opportunity to pitch and write stories across several lifestyle topics including party ideas, holidays, crafts and DIY
projects, pets, beauty, home, food, and Martha herself.

This is a great opportunity for someone with strong lifestyle experience and an enthusiasm for the brand. Above all, we’re looking for someone who is highly organized, creative, and proactive with pitches.

Here are some examples of what we look for:

1. Sample 1

2. Sample 2

3. Sample 3

Hourly Rate/Salary: $25+ per story (depending on research)

Job Application Contact Name: Alexandra Churchill
Job Application Contact Email: alexandra.churchill@meredith.com Read More

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7 Modernize

This is a freelance writing opportunity for Modernize, a website that empowers homeowners with the expert guidance and educational tools they need to take on home projects with confidence. To inspire people to live more efficiently and increase their home’s value while reducing energy costs, Modernize links homeowners with the best pros specializing in four areas of exterior home improvements: solar installations, roofing, windows and HVAC solutions. Apply Here.

8 No Red Ink

NoRedInk is in need of a Content Creation Specialist. We are one of the fastest growing ed-tech companies in the country. Our learning engine helps students improve their grammar and writing skills using their personal interests and adaptive learning. Students answer over 4 million questions per day on our site, and we’re on a mission to eliminate the “red ink” on their papers. We’re backed by Google Ventures and other top-tier investors, and we’ve spread to over 33% of US school districts. Apply Here or Read More.

9 Remote Weekend Editor

We are looking for a part-time weekend editor who is knowledgeable about eSports, and is comfortable covering a wide range of games. You should be able to write about tournaments,matches, stand-out moments, and key players in anything from League of Legends, to Street Fighter, and even games like Catherine.

Every weekend, you will draw readers’ attention to the biggest happenings, conversations, and trends in competitive gaming, while also keeping them informed about any general gaming-related news. Video skills are desirable. Location: Remote. Read More or Apply

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10 Spa Week Daily

We’re looking for an energetic, quippy freelance writer with a love of spas, health, wellness, fashion, beauty and home as you will be working for a national brand’s daily lifestyle blog.

  • Create four to six editorial features monthly
  • Create relevant and engaging content based on new and best destinations as assigned and pitched
  • Work with the editor to generate ideas for new content topics
  • Meet submission deadlines
  • Provide media
  • Candidates will work remotely and are not expected to be on site. Candidates should be available for monthly kickoff calls and brainstorms as needed.  Contact: editorial@spaweekmedia.com Read More

11 The Writing Squad

The following positions have now opened:

  • Accounting and Finance
  • Business Administration
  • Human Resources
  • Computer Science
  • Web content
  • SEO specialist

Looking for: Writers
Location: Multiple
Compensation: Very competitive rates Contact here

I trust that you will enjoy sharing your passion in one of these 11 New Freelance Writing Jobs, may your writings be well rewarded! Please do bear in mind that if you would like to share your story, advice or experiences with The Write Styles, please do feel free to Guest Blog For Us, as I would love to publish your story.

Remember to check out all the tips and guides if you are wishing to start your own freelance business,

Until next time, blessed Be

Sancheo

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7 Most Simple Steps to Begin Earning A Living As A Writer

7 Most Simple Steps to Begin Earning A Living As A Writer

Earning a living as a writer depends on your you, your tenacity and your determination. It is up to you to decide on your characters and plot developments in such a way that it harnesses the attention of the reader. However, once that is all done, how do you begin earning a living as a writer of these short stories? Here are 7 Most Simple Steps to Begin Earning A Living As A Writer that will most certainly help you to live your passion.

7 Most Simple Steps to Begin Earning A Living As A Writer

7 Most Simple Steps to Begin Earning A Living As A Writer

1. Where To Publish

The key factor of earning from your short stories is to realize that this is now your business. You need to see your writing as a sell-able item. Publishers wish to sell their products, which may include anthologies, books, magazines and various other products. Take a look at these really great high-paying publishers.

Publishers

2. Get Recognized

Another great way of having your work published is to write for websites. You can have an opportunity to showcase your work as a guest blogger and thereby obtain links which you can use as future reference to your published work. You may also consider creating your own write-from-home-business.

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3. Remember The Three R’s

Although there is a lot of doom going around that websites don’t pay. Some do.  Many have much to say about the acceptance levels of articles. Sure, but ensure that your story is relevant, well researched, and grammatically readable. The three very important R’s of writing 🙂 Submit your articles for links, get your work out there and then head off for the well-paying sites.

4. Begin earning a living as a writer!

Now that you have established your links, submit your fresh work to some of these excellent  high paying websites.

Nothing showcases your writing skills better than winning a writing contest! The prize money may really surprise you too!

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5. Find Constant workflow.

Writing for a living is not the easiest, but it offers you the opportunity to put pen to paper, to share your thoughts and dreams. If you are needing constant workflow, subscribe and receive freelance writing jobs emailed to you.

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6. Be Bold

As many will agree, the freelance writing business has become rather cut-throat. Therefore, use your social media platforms as a means to advocate your abilities and skills. Use every link you have to get your work out there on all the various relative platforms.  You can showcase your skills by answering questions on forums .

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7. Have fun!

First of all, and this step may sound rather wishy-washy, inspired writing is far more meaningful and in addition it gives people a reason to return to your work. Keep writing for the passion of writing.

There are many sites out there that you can visit, Write For A Profit is a very straight-forward site that offers free ebooks, tutorials and videos on how to improve your writing… and much more.

 I trust this article helps you. Please feel free to contact me with any queries or suggestions you may have. I would love to hear from you and will gladly research any subject that may be of value to readers. So do pop me an email or leave your comments below.

Blessed Be!

Sancheo

 

14 Top Paying Ideas for Short Story Publishers.

This Week’s 14 Top Paying Ideas for Short Story Publishers

Having published Piotr Mierzejewski and Michele Barrow-Belisle’s articles this month, readers have been inundating The Write Styles   asking where they too can have their short stories published. I did some digging around and came up with 14 Top Paying Ideas for Short Story Publishers to add to my previous publishing post.

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#1 Apex Magazine

Apex Magazine publishes Fantasy, Horror, and Science Fiction.  Visit their website to get a gist of the types of stories that they accept for publication.

Payment: $0.06  a word up to 7,500, plus an extra one cent per word per podcast. Read More.

#2 Asimov’s

Asimov’s Science Fiction magazine is looking for “character oriented” stories, where the characters, rather than the science, provide the main focus for the reader’s interest.  Sci-Fi dominates the fiction published in Asimov’s, but they do also publish borderline fantasy, slipstream, and surreal fiction.

Payment:

  • 8-10 cents per word for short stories up to 7,500 words,
  • 8 cents for each word over 7,500.
  • Asimov’s seldom purchases stories shorter than 1,000 words or longer than 20,000 words, and don’t serialize novels.
  • They pay $1 a line for poetry, which should not exceed 40 lines. Read More.
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#3 Cicada Magazine

CICADA is a YA lit/comics magazine fascinated with the lyric and strange and committed to work that speaks to teens’ truths. We publish poetry, realistic and genre fiction, essay, and comics by adults and teens. (We are also inordinately fond of Viking jokes.) Their readers are smart and curious; they do invite submissions but they are not required to engage young adult themes. CICADA does not distribute theme lists for upcoming issues.
Especially welcome are works by people of color, people with disabilities, LGBTQAI+ folks, gender-queer folks, and other marginalized people. Not welcome: cultural appropriation. Read More

*Cicada is now running a contest.

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What gear gets you through the day? Unpack your backpack, your purse, your fanny pack: in art, photography, or poetic ode, count the items you’ve got on you at this very moment. Deadline: May 31, 2016. Read More

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#4 Clarkesworld Magazine

Clarkesworld Magazine is a Hugo and World Fantasy Award-winning science fiction and fantasy magazine that publishes short stories, interviews, articles and audio fiction. Monthly publications available on their website for purchase in e-book format and via electronic subscription.

Clarkesworld Magazine is currently open for art, non-fiction and short story submissions consisting of 1,000 – 16,000 words.

Payment: $0.10 per word for the first 5,000 words, $0.08 per word afterwards. Read More.

#5 Fantasy & Science Fiction

Sony Creative Software Inc. 14 Top Paying Ideas for Short Story Publishers at The Write Styles.Fantasy & Science Fiction has no set formulas, they look for  stories that appeal fantasy and science fiction readers.  They do expect the sci-fi element present, however subtle as they have a lot of fantasy, but never enough humor or sci-fi.

Furthermore, only send full manuscripts up to 25,000 words as they do not accept queries, and make a point of reading their magazine before submitting.

Payment is 7 – 12 cents per word on acceptance. Read More.

#6 Harper’s Magazine.

Writers wishing to submit nonfiction to Harper’s Magazine may send queries via snail-mail, accompanied by a self-addressed, stamped envelope. The magazine will neither consider nor return unsolicited nonfiction manuscripts.

Artists, illustrators, and photographers may send material in any format. Read More.

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#7 HeroesandHeartbreakers.com

HeroesandHeartbreakers.com welcome original romance stories in all sub-genres (erotica, contemporary, paranormal/urban fantasy, women’s fiction/chick lit, historical, romantic suspense, etc).
They require short stories (15k – 30k words) as well as novellas (30k – 50k words) and category-length works (up to 60k). They will consider Novellas and category-length romances for publication as serials.

Payment: $1,000 to $2,000 advance (length dependent) against 25% Royalty. Read More

#8 Inter Galactic Medicine Show

Intergalactic Medicine Show are looking for fantasy and science fiction stories modeled around a PG-13 that are up to 17,500 words. They are wanting well-developed milieu and believable, engaging characters. They are also requiring clear, unaffected writing. Asimov, Niven, Tolkien, Yolen, and Hobb are better literary exemplars than James Joyce.

Payment: 6 US cents per word. Read More

#9 Inter Galactic Medicine Show are also in need of Artists

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All illustrations and artwork in Inter Galactic Medicine Show are by assignment.  For consideration of art assignments, send samples of your work. (higher rates for professionals) Read More

#10 Lightspeed Magazine.

They are now closed for unsolicited submission, but will open during 2016. Normally they would accept stories between 1,500 and 10,000 words of original science fiction and fantasy novels.

Payment is 8 US cents per word. They do also accept reprints at 2 US cents per word. Read More.

#11 One Story

Submission period September 1st – May 31st.

One Story is seeking literary fiction. They do only accept stories between 3,000 and 8,000 words of any style and on any subject as long as they are good. They are looking for stories that leave readers feeling satisfied and that are strong enough to stand alone.

Payment: $500 and 25 contributors copies. Read More.

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#12 Strange Horizons

They want fiction with a speculative element up to 10,000 words, with preference of under 5,000 words. They are not a horror market.

Payment: 8 US cents per word. (minimum payment of $60) via PayPal or check. Read More.

#13 The Sun

The Sun publishes essays,fiction, interviews, and poetry. They favor personal writing, but are also looking for provocative pieces on political and cultural issues. Actually, The Sun seems open to just about anything. In fact they actually invite you to surprise them, as not even they know what they like until they have read it.
Payment:

  • from $300 to $2,000 for essays and interviews,
  • $300 to $1,500 for fiction,
  • $100 to $200 for poetry.

Please do not send simultaneous submissions. Read More

#14 Uncanny

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This is an online Fantasy and Sci-Fi magazine publishing fiction and poetry, as well as nonfiction, 750 – 6,000 words, from writers of every conceivable background. They are seeking intricate, experimental stories and poems with gorgeous prose, verve, and imagination that elicit strong emotions and challenge beliefs. Uncanny believes there’s still plenty of room in the genre for tales that make you feel.

Payment: $0.08 per word. Read More.

Well, that concludes your 14 Top Paying Ideas for Short Story Publishers, I trust this list will assist you. Do feel free to contact me if you wish to add to the list, or leave your additions in the comment section.

Blessed Be and Keep on Writing!

Sancheo

7 Top-Paying Ideas to Write From Home

7 Top-Paying Ideas to Write From Home

Here are 7 Top-Paying ideas to write from home. I’ve gone for as much diversity in jobs, so you can choose, among other, to journal on bees, submit horror books, or write fantasies! Be sure to go browse through them all before getting started. Continue reading 7 Top-Paying Ideas to Write From Home

Writer’s Magic and Inspiration by Michele Barrow-Belisle

Michele Barrow-Belisle has become one of the most sought after authors, her radiant beauty shines through her writings and exploits the allure of her inner nature. Today The Write Styles is truly honored to share A Writer’s Magic and Inspiration By Michele Barrow-Belisle with you.

A Writer’s Magic and Inspiration By Michele Barrow-Belisle

A blogger once described my writing journey so far as a Cinderella Story. He went on to explain how I’d landed an agent and a publishing deal, and that my debut novel had hit the bestseller list, sold audio and foreign language rights, and been optioned for a major motion picture. I remember pausing to reflect on his analogy for a moment, at first wondering if the “magic” of Cinderella took into account the blood, sweat and tears that went into getting my first book published. Then I smiled when I realized that, yes, it really did. Continue reading Writer’s Magic and Inspiration by Michele Barrow-Belisle

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