Daily Reads For Writers #3

Another Friday is upon us and with it comes Friday’s Daily Reads For Writers. I try to use websites that not only help me as a writer but as a business person as well.

Jessica Lawlor: if this website cannot help you set some goals and get your life organized, there may be no help for you. It’s not a website about writing as much as a website to help you design your life and make it the way you want it.

Inkygirl: a website full of information and insights for those that write for younger readers. I write for adults and other writers, but I find advice, ideas and other help on this website that fit my niche and style. I recommend stopping by it often.

FreelanceFolder: chock full of advice for freelancers. From business to motivation, this is a website every freelancer should visit often. After all, it is the business side of freelancing that many freelancers fail to grasp. This website will help you find clients, keep clients and everything in between.

Novel Publicity: a service oriented website with all the tools you need to get more publicity for your novel, EBook or other writing projects.

I hope you find these websites useful. My aim to help writers learn more about writing and the business side of writing. The business side is often overlooked, but can mean the difference between earning as a writer and simply writing. Feel free to link specific blog posts in the comments or share links to websites you would like to see included in Friday’s Daily reads For Writers.

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John McDuffie is a writer and blogger that specializes in marketing, graphic design and the freelance lifestyle. He works hard to stay on top of the latest trends in freelancing, marketing and graphic design.

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