Screenwriters Learn How to Speak to Investors

Many screenwriters would like to see their work produced. However, they may not have the funds and require an investor to back them. This can be tricky because most screenwriters are not business people and don’t understand how investors think and work. It’s best to know what you’re up against before you ask for $50,000 […]

Are You Sending Mixed Messages?

When freelance writers, artists, and business owners attend events to sell their product or service, they don’t greet everyone who walks by their table. Yet, business owners, freelance writers, and artists often complain about the little or lack of income they make. How do you treat people when you’re at an event? Do you greet […]

Break Free from Low Paying Writing Jobs

Many freelance writers begin their writing career by taking low paying jobs or even writing for free. You do what you must to begin your career, but that doesn’t mean you should stay at the same level. If you want to soar to new heights within your writing career then it’s time to say goodbye […]

Freelance Writers and Artists Handle Rejection with Grace

Many freelance writers fear rejection. Heck, most people fear rejection. Once you understand “rejection” in terms of your writing or artistry, you’ll be able to breathe. Rejection is NOT a rejection of you. It’s someone telling you that your work is not for their business or publication. It has nothing to do with you as […]

Channel Passion into Your Writing

Most freelance writers say they are passionate about writing. But what does it mean to be passionate? It’s a clich├ęd word like azure, breathtaking, beautiful, and survivor. Writers will tell you they write in their spare time in addition to writing for a living. Are they passionate about what they write? Would the audience be […]