After doing these types of writing prompts for months, I started selling being able to sell stories to publications, self-published authors, game developers, children’s publishers, and more.
I am going to break down how I went from being an average writer to a selling and creating powerhouse of a writer.
I want to return to that tradition and post my goals here for accountability, but more for the writer who is starting out and wants to watch charted progress of how someone went about doing it.
What we'll be focusing on is the internal workings of the business, where I find clients and assignments, and how you can implement this too.
In this article, I’m going to go over what it took for me to get where I am and how I am able to stay here without worry that I may at some point not be able to create, to learn, to grow.
On my most private of places, I wear your brief despondent intervals of sobriety.
The boy who hides won't find comfort in the silence of his head.
For over a year now, I've been working full-time as a writer and editor, involved in projects that I love. This newsletter will help people stay up to date on all my work.
I hope as you read this you to feel the weight of what I speak and know that there is a need for your words and stories. I need them. You need them. And someone you have never met needs them the most.
It goes like this. Ever since I was a kid, I always wanted to be a writer. So that’s what I’ve done since I was a kid. Been a writer. Getting up early a majority of days to hit my desk, chasing down leads, and dreaming up ideas to pitch. There have been times when … Continue reading New Job, Who This?