Thinking of becoming a freelancer? The following books will show you the various ways to do just that. Look for them at your local library, bookstore or online.
The Essential Guide To Freelance Writing: How To Write, Work & Thrive On Your Own Terms, by Zachary Petit.
This book is about freelancing in general.
The author is former managing editor of Writer's Digest magazine. He has over 10 years experience and shows readers the ropes with practical advice and secrets. His friendly and funny tone set this book apart.
Make A Real Living As A Freelance Writer: How To Win Top Writing Assignments, by Jenna Glatzer.
Interested in magazines?
Instructions on how writers can earn top dollar, writing for magazines and how to get first paying assignments even without prior clips.
Will Write For Food: The Complete Guide To Writing Cookbooks, Blogs, Memoir, Recipes And More, by Diane Jacob.
Love everything "food"?
For over 15 years, the author has taught food lovers how to take their passion from the plate to the page. Her book offers keys to successful freelancing, advice from award-winning writers, editors and agents to fun writing exercises.
The Complete Guide To Article Writing: How To Write Successful Articles For Online And Print Markets, by Naveed Saleh.
Not sure whether you want to work online or in print yet? This book will guide you for either.
The book shows how to write successfully on a wide variety of topics from writing features, reviews, news, opinion pieces and blog posts. You will be able to write pieces that inform, entertain, inspire, delight and sell.
The Online Writer's Companion: A Complete Guide To Earning Your Living As A Freelancer, by P.J. Aiken.
So you want to be a telecommuting freelancer?
A guide for aspiring writers of various backgrounds, from students to retirees. Readers will finally have the knowledge to succeed by learning to make the most of a myriad of websites.
These books will probably take care of every question you may have on the topic of freelancing.