Creating Your Own Site 1 comment

So, I’ve kind-of been at a crossroads in my writing career during the past month. Usually, I ghostwrite articles for clients, which brings in a great fee, but then the article is lost to me forever. Over time, I have become burned out with writing article after article, especially since I entered the writing world as a fiction writer.
I’ve decided to make a change.
My first step was creating a site where I could post my articles and receive 100% of the profits and retain my copyrights. This site is Defrazzle
Next, I decided to go back to fiction writing, since my dream is to be Nora Roberts. Hehe…
So, you may be asking yourself, “So, how is she going to support herself?” Glad you asked! As you probably already know, I write/wrote for several revenue sharing sites (Suite 101 and eHow). Those provide me with a great part-time income. I also have two clients that provide me with gigs that pay around $75-$100 per hour. So, I’ve figured that I only need to do the bare minimum of work to meet my income goals, while still having plenty of time to write fiction.
Sounds great, right? Well, maybe. I’m having a problem getting back into fiction writing mode after years of non-fiction. Sigh…

About Alina Bradford

I've been a DIY, lifestyle, tech and health writer for almost two decades. Dang, that makes me sound old...Anywhoo, feel free to follow me on Twitter. I'm @alinabradford. Real original handle, huh?

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  • Anonymous

    hello, i am interested in freelance writing. do you mind giving me some tips about freelance writing? i do not have a strong vocab like many freelancer writers do at the meantime. would it be fine to contact you for some brief discussions? thanks!