A week ago, Diana and I decided to try an experiment: All the e-books in the Renegade Writer Store (except one) would become Pay What It's Worth, meaning you, the reader, decide what to pay for each one based on the value it has for you and your career.
The minimum price was $1 because that’s ...
I'm VERY excited that actress-turned-podcaster Yin Chang interviewed me for her iTunes "New & Noteworthy" podcast 88 Cups of Tea!
Tune in to learn:
The big differences between query letters for freelance writers VS. authors
I share exactly how to pitch a query letter and advise what to include in it
Why it’s crucial to avoid content mills
How I earned $40,000-$60,000 worth of writing gigs just from referrals
How being ...
As you've probably guessed by the name of this blog, and the book it stems from, here at The Renegade Writer we're all about doing what works for us. Experimenting. Trying new things. Bucking the status quo.
My personal life is the same way...yes, I LIVE what I preach. I'm proud of my freelance writer/board game designer ...
My 6-year-old son is a dancer: He takes several ballet classes and a jazz class every week, and has done tap as well. (That's him at the Nutcracker rehearsal last year...sorry, I couldn't resist!) So when a local Irish dance studio did a demo at T's school and he asked to take lessons, I raced ...
So this week I ran another Twitter game. (You may remember that last week I did #killaqueryin5words.) This one was #sourcefromhellin5words, and the idea was that we writers would give five-word phrases that would make us want to never interview a source. Like:
How much will you pay?
Who else are you interviewing?
Can I see the article?