What a great month we’ve had, discussing the many styles and facets of freelance writing. Why? To inspire and prompt … to lead you down the write road. (Sneaky reference to our tagline). 🙂
I’ve summarized the month to make it easy for you to check them out.
- We began with a fun how-to article by Kristy Horine: How to Spell Freelance.
- Next, Harriet Michael discussed Writing for the Upper Room.
- Kathy Cheek helped us Find our Strength and Focus.
- Jean Matthew Hall gave us all the tools we need to help Break Into Freelance Writing.
- How about book compilations, when several authors unite on a project? [Jennifer Hallmark].
- Shirley Crowder gave us the low-down on writing for newspapers. For instance, “You may get an inroad at a newspaper by writing an op-ed piece, a letter to the editor, or a book review.” You’ll find that post here.
- Magazine writing was covered by Tammy Trail.
- Cammi Woodall gave us an inside look at Copywriting, often a great way to sell your work and keep your writer’s mind limber.
- Jennifer Hallmark winds up with The Pros and Cons of Freelance Writing
Now, if this isn’t enough to keep you researching and studying and goal-setting for a while, just wait until November gets started with devotional writing. I hope you’ll stop back in often to see what’s happening.
We’re always up to something on the Inspired Prompt blog. [click-to-tweet]
And speaking of prompts, here’s a fun one—what do you see in this photo, beyond the obvious? Let your imagination run free, and start a story…