One of the best ways is to learn to write strong query letters. If you know how to query, you can pitch good-paying markets and get an assignment. You don’t have to know anybody — you just need a terrific story idea and the skills to showcase that idea in a short query letter.
But query letters are a tough little format all their own. A lot of writers don’t really know how to make editors sit up and take notice with their query.
Here’s what all this has to do with a guitar…
If you’d like to learn how to use this powerful technique to boost your writing earnings, I’m putting on a FREE teleclass with Linda Formichelli of The Renegade Writer’s Query Letters That Rock and the Renegade Writer blog. I’m so excited to get her on this call!
20 Tips to Rock Your Query Letter
(Sorry, this even already happened! To catch all my live events — check out Freelance Writers Den.)
There are only 200 seats for this event, and Linda is telling her crowd about it too, so they’ll probably go fast.
- The query opening that kills your chances
- How to get the gig — even if you don’t have clips
- A technique for scoring more than one assignment off a single query
This teleclass is being held on a phone line, so you’ll need free calling in the U.S. to participate without incurring a toll charge.
I can’t wait to share this material with you!