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The Full-Time Freelance Writer Report

Over the past few weeks I have been working on a special project in addition to my usual freelance writing duties, etc. The end result is “The Full-Time Freelance Writer Report.” Generally speaking, this is a 25 page report that touches on many aspects of starting and sustaining a successful freelance writing career. As you can imagine, I could write hundreds of pages on the topic of freelance writing, but the point of the report was to be sweet and to the point. After all, most freelance writers do not have the time to read hundreds of pages. It is much easier to get the right information while passing over the fluff.

While I am not charging to download the report, there is one catch (but not really). In order to gain access to the download page, as well as the password, you must first subscribe to via email. Upon doing so, the download page and corresponding password will be emailed to you.

But what if I already subscribed? In this case, all you need to do is send an email to info (at) with the subject “password.” From there, I will send you the link to the download page and the password that you need to gain access.

Several people have already asked why I am not charging a fee. Simply put, I don’t want this to be seen as nothing more than another e-book. Instead, I want people to download the report and feel confident that it will help them in some way, shape, or form. And if it doesn’t help, you didn’t lose any money in the process.

If you have a spare moment, link back to this post or pass it along to your friends. The more downloads the better!

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