I’m nearly at the end of my Freelance Writing Guide For New Freelancers series. There are only three more posts to go in the series including this one. The next series will be about freelance writing behind the scenes and give a more insightful view at my life and what I struggle with every day. It isn’t what you probably think either. But to find out, you don’t have to wait too long (hopefully), as I intend to get started with the new guide sometime next week.
Reading is an important aspect of any freelance writer’s business. Whether we read online blogs, websites, eBooks or books in print, I do believe it is best to have a good collection of useful resources to further our knowledge.
I’m a book worm in the best of times and always have been. My personal collection of books is strongly oriented by personal development books which are a remnant of my mlm days. Thankfully though I have discovered them and today I couldn’t leave without my daily dose of PD, regardless where it comes from.
So, in a shameless promotion I present to you some books that have helped me and continue to do so in my business. If you feel the need to restock your library, I would really appreciate if you’d use my link to show your appreciation for my work here on this blog.
I hardly ever use any monetary methods, because I believe in providing value to my readers by sharing my knowledge. Naturally, this is entirely up to you and there won’t be any hard feelings regardless what you do.
While not all these books are an absolute must, I believe some are, like the book Writers Market for example. It is the bible for freelance writers and will help you to suss out all the markets there are to build your writing business.
I hope you’ll get as much joy and satisfaction out of reading any of these books as me.
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