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Writing Jobs for Freelance Writers…a Type of Home Business

by Mary Emma Allen on September 22nd, 2007

Are you a freelance writer, working mainly from home, who’s looking for information on job availability?  Check out The Golden Pencil at b5media’s Arts and Design Channel.  Anne Wayman regularly posts writing, editing and translation jobs.

She’s posted 157 jobs this week alone.  If you don’t see anything that interests you here, keep checking because Anne continues to publish her jobs listing and much other great advice for freelance writers.  Anne also publishes two free e-newsletters for writers. 

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5 opinions for Writing Jobs for Freelance Writers…a Type of Home Business

  • Laura
    Sep 24, 2007 at 6:17 pm

    There seems to be a lot of demand for freelance writers right now. If one knows where to look it is possible to stay very, very busy. (Trust me on this.)

  • Arulmathi,
    Feb 7, 2008 at 3:30 pm

    I want to typewriting work at home.

  • Mary Emma Allen
    Feb 7, 2008 at 5:06 pm

    Keep searching in your local area and online for these jobs. One place to start is The Golden Pencil. Anne Wayman regularly publishes information about freelance writing jobs. As I look at her lists, some of these people may be looking for someone who simply types. If you can do editing as well, you have a chance at even more jobs.

    To find The Golden Pencil, scroll down the right side of this page to find the link.

  • Michael
    Jun 30, 2008 at 12:54 pm

    The jobs are out there if you can overcome your fear of failure, avoid the hustlers, and complete what you start. Remember it is not about wishing and hoping, it is about doing, and the discipline to work hard for your dream.

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