Fab Freelance Writing Blog

Fab Freelance Writing Blog

About Fab Freelance Writing Blog
Hello fellow writer, welcome to the Fab Freelance Writing Blog.

Visit the Fab Freelance Writing site here. If you’re interesting in writing instruction, I’ve got a series of writing guides, classes and writing training here.

Perhaps you’ve read my other blog, Angela Booth’s Writing Blog, which has been online for three years, or perhaps you know me through my Fab Freelance Writing Ezine, the companion ezine to this blog.

If we haven’t met, online or off, I’m pleased to virtually meet you, and I hope that you will not only enjoy my writing Web sites, but also that you’ll feel free to contact me at any time with questions, ideas, and thoughts. You can also contact me if you’d like personal writing coaching and/ or instruction.

So, what can you expect to find on this blog? Essentially, you’ll get a kaleidoscopic view of freelance writing in the new millennium.

Freelance writing has changed unbelievably since I started my freelance career, around thirty years ago. Now, I can send an editor a email message and he receives it in minutes. In 1975, I had an IBM golfball typewriter, made copies with carbon paper, and sent my work to editors in the UK and USA via air mail. If I sent a letter to an editor, it could take a month or longer to get a response. I can still remember correcting proofs for my first novel and sending my editor a telegram with some last-minute changes.

However, the changes for freelance writers have gone far beyond just the speed at which we can communicate. The opportunities for freelance writers are unlimited now, because writers can be publishers too. You can set up a blog within a couple of minutes, put some advertising or affiliate links on it, and make some money within an hour or two.

The Fab Freelancing Writing Blog - what will you discover?
Because freelance writing has changed so much, and there are so many new markets, on this site and blog I can’t hope to cover everything, and I’ll avoid covering material that’s available elsewhere online.

Expect to see markets you may not have considered, unusual and unique writing techniques, and information that I consider important for freelancers.

Everything that you read on my sites, blogs, and in my writing guides works. It’s real-life writing instruction that’s tried and tested, firstly in my own writing career, and secondly by my writing students.

Please leave comments on the posts, and do ask me questions.

Have fun! I wish you all success with your freelancing career.


Angela Booth
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