The Essential Guide to Freelance Writing: How to Write, Work, and Thrive on Your Own Terms

The Essential Guide to Freelance Writing

Authors: Zachary Petit,

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Becoming a freelance writer can be one of the most liberating or burdensome decisions of your life. Petit’s guidance will help you build that dream career using your writing skills and avoid common pitfalls. He shows you how to create a strong brand image, establish good connections in the right places and create content that will capture anyone who reads it.

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