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Carol TiceBio

Carol Tice is the founder of the award-winning Make a Living Writing blog (founded 2008) and Freelance Writers Den paid membership community (founded 2011). She coaches home-based freelance writers on how to grow their income with her proven program, Freelance Writers Den 2X Income Accelerator. Her own freelance business ramped to six figures in the downturn of ‘08-’10. Her freelance clients have included Forbes, Entrepreneur, Seattle Magazine, Delta Sky, Costco, American Express, Deloitte, and many more. She’s the author of 2 print books and 10+ e-books. Her latest release is the free e-book The Recession-Proof Freelancer: A 12-Point Plan for Thriving in Hard Times.

Contact

Media Contact: Jennifer Roland
Email: press@makealivingwriting.com
Phone: (206) 651-4776

Press Release

Get the Recession-Proof Freelancer press release (PDF).

Author Q&A

Download a Q&A with Carol on her latest book (PDF).

Media Mentions 2020

Here’s a compendium of recent quotes, interviews, and reviews of The Recession-Proof Freelancer, this blog, or Freelance Writers Den, as well as guest posts by Carol:

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