Make Sure You Don’t Miss Out!

This week’s live webinar starts exactly at 8pm ET / 5PM PT on Thursday, February 13th, 2020.

To get the exact date for your time zone, press play on the video below. It will show you the starting time.

We encourage you to show up a few minutes early. We’ll be starting right away — and we don’t want you to miss out.

Yes, there will be a replay, but it won’t include the live Q&A session, plus the interaction with your fellow webinar attendees. There is something magical about a live event.

Also — please add the event to your calendar.

Why are you interested in freelance writing? Let us know in the comments!

91 comments on “Your spot has been saved. Here are your next steps…

  1. Jeanne Meger on

    I did see the webinar by Ian Chandler and sent an email to Jacob Jans. Learned that I must get details down pat and a correct id name of the speaker. Learned from peoples’ comments too. Thanks. Looking for the extras you are sending. Really appreciate the effort here. I have to care as much and even more for my success. No question- just praise…

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  2. Christina Mitchell on

    As a self-published author of a mafia suspense series, eager to extend my talents to an additional platform, I am excited to view this seminar! Though fans love how I pull them into the story with vivid scenes and relatable situations, I hesitate to launch a career as a freelance writer. I have created content for several websites; mine included – http://www.theitalianrose.com. Is this enough for a portfolio? When pitching, should I add, I self-published one book and am weeks away from publishing its sequel? My goal is to earn a good wage for my work. I love writing! Writing 120k+ word novels takes time and patience. In the meantime, I need to create a revenue stream to support my family. My passion is writing riveting, thought-provoking pieces in the form of articles, blogs, or novels. Did I mention I love to write? Did I? Good, because I love to write! Starting a freelance career seems more laborious than climbing Mt Everest! An odd mental process since self-publishing a novel is truly mountainous. And so begins the cycle of ‘too much thinking.’
    I am looking forward to the seminar!
    Ciao!

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  3. Clem on

    Old guy with old stories. Maybe so old there new again. I noticed from today’s readings the stories are not much different than when I was in high school about 60 years ago. Yes, I said 60 years. Get over it.

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      • Clem on

        When you believe you’ve got a tale to tell and you’re on the wrong side of 80, you have a lot to pack into a life cycle. You better be quick, get it right, and make it worthwhile if you hope to see an effect.

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  4. Carol L Vargas on

    I have always written but never published. Took some college courses several years ago and was told by writing instructor that I should be publishing. I was too insecure to do anything about it. I’m not now. So what if people tell me “no”. I face that often enough even though I’m not submitting something written. Time to move past the fear before there’s no more time.

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    • Musisi Hashim on

      Thank you writing launch
      I would like to share my transformation story from the ghetto life and drugs to a Christ life. Because it has changed many lives of the youth.

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      • Hope on

        I have a lifelong fondness or books, literature, reading, and writing of all possible forms and over the years I have also written myself. I still write and will continue to write and draw inspiration from others in the fields associated with writing. One day I pray to be published.

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