Freelance work has been an amazing, important part of my life, and there is never a moment when I regret doing it. But, as is the case with any other line of work, there are things that you need to be prepared for, as well as hard lessons that will have to learned along the way.
With the current COVID-19 situation affecting the entire planet, there seems to be no better time than now to write about this very important part of my freelance work in the past.
Once I became more comfortable with my freelance job and I was able to write more and more words in a single day, the topics that I received for work started to expand. A lot. Initially, most of it was expanding to topics such as food, pets, fashion, green living, music, etc. I did my best to complete all the necessary research beforehand and to make sure that the article that I completed would be true to the topic.
Peripeteia is a tragedy’s favorite tool. One that builds to an unexpected yet pleasing catharsis for the audience and that often brings an ending that is true to life. In this episode, we discuss what peripeteia is as well as how you can use it in your own storytelling.
We’ve all been through some serious changes in the past few months, and many of us are locked inside our homes either for the entire day or for a large amount of time during this coronavirus pandemic.
There is no better way to understand the internet than to work for it.
The first writing job that I ever got was to write 40 100-word articles… for $5.
The first job that I had in my life was as an English teacher.
I was first a private English tutor, then worked in many language schools, as an online tutor, and in a high school.
It’s Friday, which means that a new podcast episode is now LIVE! This time, we will look at jobs of the future for writers.
At the time when I was finishing my high school education and thinking about which university I should go to, I also began to think of the possibility of being paid to write. Writers get paid, right? I just had no idea how.