Attention Writers . . .
Would You Like to Make Money Writing for Magazines?
If you’d like to learn exactly what to do to make money writing for magazines, then this might be the most important letter you’ll ever read.
I’m Suzanne Lieurance, successful freelance writer, author, and the Working Writer’s Coach. I help writers just like you write more, sell more, and make more money. And I know what it takes to make money writing for magazines.
I also know that many writers want to write for magazines but they don’t know what to do in order to be successful, so they give up before they ever make any money this way.
That’s why I created The Quick Start System to Writing for Magazines.
In this 6-week self-study e-course, you’ll learn exactly what to do to quickly start making money writing for magazines.
Why not get started right away?
Writing for magazines is a great life because, not only will you make great make money, but you’ll also get to:
See Your Name in Print
It’s fun to see your byline in magazines. It’s even more fun to walk into a bookstore and pick up a few popular publications and find one of your articles (and your byline) in each of them. It’s even better to see your name on checks (when you receive payment for your articles)!
Earn Income from Your Travels
Even if you only travel to Grandma’s house a few times a year, you can turn your experiences into articles and stories that you’ll get paid to write. You can also use your assignments to get free passes to museums, theme parks, concerts and other events.
Try Interesting Restaurants
Eat out and turn your meals into essays and roundup articles that you sell to magazines.
Learn about Interesting Places in Your Own Backyard
You and your family can visit museums, theme parks, landmarks, and other interesting places in your own town and get paid to write about them. You might even be asked to provide photos, in which case, pictures of you and your family can appear in a national magazine.
Work When and Where you Want
Now, I know you’re probably skeptical and think that easily creating an exciting and fun career writing for magazines is too good to be true. That’s normal and healthy. Let me give you three good reasons I can back up what I claim:
Three Reasons To Believe What I Say
- I make money writing for magazines myself
- I’ve helped hundreds of other people make money writing for magazines
- I’ve created an easy-to-follow system for anyone who wants to make money writing for magazines
Here are some of the benefits of The Quick Start System
• Six Simple Lessons and Assignments
It’s easy to complete just one short assignment each week for six weeks – but take as long as you like!
• Everything is Delivered Online
You can do the lessons and assignments at home, in your pjs if you like!
• Each lessons focuses on just one basic component of magazine writing
Makes the information easy to understand
• This quick start system is available now for only $97.00.
Very affordable and a wise investment in your future
Now, you’re probably wondering how and why I can do all those things.
Let me explain.
With The Quick Start System to Writing for Magazines, every week for 6 weeks you’ll get access to a short, easy-to-follow lesson and assignment designed to teach you everything you need to know to quickly start making money writing for magazines. This is the exact system I have used for years to gain regular assignments writing for magazines. You can complete this e-course in 6 weeks and be well on your way to making money.
REGISTER HERE at $97.00.
But don’t take my word for it. Here’s what my customers say.
The Quick Start System to Writing for Magazines gave me an incredible boost to my confidence. It showed me how to effectively study the magazines I want to write for and it was the kick in the pants that I needed to stop talking about and reading about writing for magazines and actually start DOING it. ~ Phyllis TurnerThe Quick Start System to Writing for Magazines really helped a lot. I gained some publication credits this year as a result! ~ Carole JenksThe Quick Start System to Writing for Magazines has given me the skills to obtain steady writing assignments from magazine editors. This system is an excellent investment for freelance writers! ~ Sharon BlumbergSuzanne, I’ve just sold a second article to the same publication that I sold to right after I took your Quick Start System to Writing for Magazines. Thanks for the expertise! ~ Alison McEvoy MurrayI actually took another online course for magazine writing, and I think I learned more from Suzanne in one critique than I did in that whole course. ~ Laura KuschelThe Quick Start System to Writing for Magazines provided the tips I needed to move in a new direction. I have recently had a middle-grade novel published and I will start revising the sequel for publication in the spring. At this time, I can’t settle down to research for another big project, so being able to follow Suzanne’s sequenced assignments and submit short pieces for her critique in my areas of interest, gave me a solid foundation to pursue writing magazine articles. I’m currently researching a how-to article on long-distance grandparenting as I travel to Paris for my granddaughter’s birth. Thank you, Suzanne! ~ Chris McCloskey
I want to make it easy for you to get the help you need to start making money writing for magazines, so this self-study e-course is available now for only $97.00. This is a wise and secure investment in your future, especially when you stop to consider that you’ll make much more than this with a single article sold to a major magazine.
But wait…there’s more!
You’ll also enjoy these 3 bonuses:
- A Tracking Form – so you can easily keep track of each of Your Queries and Article Submissions
- A 60-minute audio with tips for Writing for Children’s Magazines since these markets are somewhat different than markets for grownups (simply download the audio and listen to it anytime you want)
- A 60-minute audio with additional tips to help you break into your favorite magazine markets (download the audio and listen to it whenever you like)
To Your Success,
The Working Writer’s Coach