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- Publisher: Improvise Press (March 3, 2013)
- Publication Date: March 3, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00BOVQ6NE
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Six-Figure Freelancing: The Writer's Guide to Making More Money, Second Edition Kindle Edition
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Pg. 63-The Digital Millenium Copyright Act of 1998 (DMCA)-The author quotes a person by the name of Erik Sherman as admitting that he would expect to get paid if the site was commercial, but may also take into account if there aren’t going to get a penny from the site’s owner.
Pages95- 97-a man who has worn multiple hits in the freelance writing sector (ghostwriter, editor, collaborator, book doctor, and entering the world of books (i.e. building a platform, a nonfiction pitch letter etc.).
Page 127; She features a writing query from an example of a writer who is married to an IT expert and has a 2 and a half year old son.
Page 177- Kelly James-Enger uses the case study of Leah Ingram who writes books, articles, does spokesperson projects, balances parenting with being a homemaker, and usually keeps a routine of setting aside 815 am to 345 p.m. for work.
Page 223; A feature on Margaret Littleman who had been writing for magazines and newspapers for several years and who eventually branched out with writing a book called The Dog Lover’s Companion to Chicago. There is also a feature on Robert McGarvey, a successful freelancer for over thirty years, who write a couple of biotech stories for the Midwest Express and went on to write more than $30,000 of work for the Harvard Business Review, New York Times, and Boston Globe.