11 Master Companies that Will Pay for Your Writing
AXA is hiring a Content Manager to develop and maintain proposal content across multiple markets and products including customization of responses. Having a sense of purpose in your career can make you feel more productive, valued, and rewarded. At AXA, you can get more of what you expect out of your career.
KiwiCo is an innovative ecommerce company that sparks kids’ creativity and curiosity through offline and online materials and inspiration. We are seeking Science Writers to work with us on a part-time contract basis (remote is ok) to help us develop educational materials for our hands-on activity kits. We’re looking for people who are passionate about education and are excited to help inspire a love of science and engineering in our young customers.
Team Rubicon (TR) is seeking a creative, detail-oriented, and versatile web content writer to support our Marketing and Communications team with content creation, copywriting, and copyediting. Rubicon requires individuals foolish enough to think they can change the world, and smart enough to have a chance.
Dot Esports is seeking a full-time writer to assist with strategic content in our general gaming vertical, The OP. The ideal candidate has a broad range of knowledge about the gaming industry, but will also be able drill down into specifics with hands-on experience for a variety of games.
Handy is changing the way the world buys services by connecting customers with vetted, independent, local service professionals in a fast, convenient and reliable way – at the tap of a button. We are seeking several Freelance Copywriters to help us write copy for hundreds of landing pages, blog posts, and press releases.
Romper is seeking part-time News Writers to work remotely. The section focuses heavily on entertainment and celebrity news. Topics like the latest in maternal health to viral parenting news as well as trending political news. Writers should be comfortable writing about celebrities, but should also be able to handle political jargon and breaking news.
Status is building powerful decentralized apps on Ethereum that change the way we do things on the web. Our rapidly growing team is made up of self-motivated individuals who prosper in a fast-paced environment and value the ability to work from anywhere. We are looking for a Copywriter to be part of our Marketing team and serve as principal writer and editor of all marketing and advertising copy. You’re a self-starter and team player with a natural love of the written word, looking to add value to our brand story and product development.
Liberty Park Music is an online music school that offers video courses on piano, theory, guitar and drum kit. We are looking for experienced piano teachers and performers to join us and write about piano related topics, including techniques, styles, repertoire, and more.
Filmless is anetwork of extremely talented producers, video editors, voice over artists, cinematographers, writers, graphic artists and on-screen talent who specialize in bringing ideas to life. Select the job you’re interested in and you’ll be taken to an application page where you can apply in one click. You can quickly apply to jobs on your laptop, tablet, or phone. We’ve made it as easy as possible to apply from wherever you are.
Our mission is to help people around the world create meaningful lives and businesses. We do this through our online courses, membership community, podcast, mastermind program, videos, and in-person events. We are a small team of about 10 people, with a big mission to change the world. Our business has grown quickly since its inception in 2013, and you’d get to be part of a fast-paced environment with a dedicated group of people.
Hello and welcome back to the Write Styles where today I give you 10 Top Companies Offering Freelance Writing Jobs! I am sure that these jobs will keep you busy and motivated this weekend 🙂
10 Top Companies Offering Freelance Writing Jobs
Perfumes 4 U is a family owned and operated perfume retail company that has been in business since 2001. Our team is looking for a remote, part-time Blogger to generate engaging, original content for our website and blog. The Blogger will research topics and develop exciting posts that will appeal to our target audience and promote the blog using social media, direct email, and other methods to alert and expand our readership.
With five JCAHO-accredited facilities in New Jersey, Florida and California, Ambrosia Treatment Center has helped over 10,000 people recover from alcohol and other drugs. By combining the latest advancements in addiction medicine with concierge clinical care, lives are healed and families are restored. Ambrosia Treatment Center is in search of talented journalism/communications students who are interested in a freelance, strategic business writing position.
Marts & Lundy, one of the nation’s leading philanthropy and fundraising consulting firms, is seeking a part-time Affiliate Writer to join our team. Our goals are ambitious—we try to help each of our clients reach and sustain their philanthropic potential and thereby fulfill their missions
Love the content that you read on Mantelligence, and want to contribute? Great, because we’re always looking for great writers (with or without experience) to contribute to the site! We love writers with a friendly/relatable voice, who are concise while still being clear/easy to understand, and who are able to easily sell the value of an idea/product.
631Marketing is a New York-based digital marketing agency. We are looking for an experienced content writer and editor with a proven track record. This is part-time at first but will turn into a full-time position if it’s a mutual fit.
Are you an information security expert with some free time and a passion for teaching? Null Byte is the largest white hat hacker community for beginners. We’re searching for InfoSec experts to write tutorials and expand our coverage in new and exciting directions.
Fired Up Digital is a DC and Cambridge-based digital marketing agency with staff members in the US and Europe working for clients selling in the US helping them sell their products and services. We specialize in digital marketing with our big focus serving small and medium businesses. But we need your help. We’re looking for a writer who can work with the client to develop content for their business with guidance from the CEO.
Davis Wright Tremaine’s family business practice group is looking for a content writer to aid in creating weekly content to post on its Family Business Resource Center. We are seeking a law student to write content for the family business resource center to then be reviewed and edited by attorneys in the group before posting.
Plus One is now an Optum company, known internally as Optum On-Site Services. On-Site Services ignites employee activation in health ownership and drives engagement in health and wellness programs. We are currently seeking a full-time Copywriter/Proofreader to work out of our Corporate Headquarters office located in lower Manhattan in New York City, but the position is flexible to maintain a remote working arrangement via telecommuting.
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and get healthy for the second half of life. We are searching for an organized and accurate individual with experience in writing content for fitness blogs, magazines, newspapers or the like, to serve as a technical content writer for our fast-growing fitness company.
Hello everyone, today we are Reuniting with the Magical Bestselling author Michele Barrow-Belisle! Michele, thank you for this wonderful opportunity and welcome back to The Write Styles! 🙂
Reuniting with the Magical Bestselling Author Michele Barrow-Belisle
TWS: Since your previous interview, I have been following your success stories. One headline really needs to be addressed, your book Fire and Ice is becoming a movie! We at The Write Styles congratulate you on this remarkable achievement, congratulations! Please, can you update our readers on what they can now expect from Fire and Ice? And of course, how you feel about this dream come true?
Michele: Hi Julia, thank you so much for your good wishes, and for the opportunity to share more of my story! It’s been a fascinating journey so far…the movie deal is the cherry on a really yummy sundae. I don’t have many details that I’m permitted to share about the movie at this point. I can say it’s a lengthy process, and things are moving forward, which is exciting. It’s been fun to hear details about the budget they’ve set for the film, and brainstorming directors, screenwriters, and cast, as well as discussing potential filming locations.
I’ve been granted a rare behind the scenes access to the much of the process, for which I’m extremely grateful and excited. It’s like getting a personal tour of Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory, lol. I’m loving every minute. I can share that the film production company has optioned the first book, and has intentions of producing films for every book in the series. And speaking to that, as you may know, the Faerie Song series was originally intended to be a trilogy. But it very quickly became apparent to me that three books weren’t going to be enough to tell the story I wanted to tell. Or the story the characters wanted told. (they can be rather demanding, lol) So now it’s called the Faerie Song Saga, and it will include a minimum of six books in the series. And potentially, four films.
TWS:What inspired fire and ice?
Michele: I guess it’s deeply rooted in my love of all things fantasy. That combined with an interest in magic and faerie lore. When I first started writing Fire and Ice, it was with the intention of writing for a younger age group. I wrote the first draft and then set it aside, not sure what was missing, but certain it lacked something fundamental.
Subsequently, I finished the first draft around the time the Twilight books had come out. It pretty opened the door wide open for the “YA (young adult) and teen/adult genre crossover. Suddenly I knew what needed to change. I went back and revise the entire story, aging up the characters to fit the YA genre and adding in a stronger romance element.
From there it took on a life of its own. It makes me laugh when I look back. At the time I only planned to write this one book and nothing else. Now, I can’t seem to stop writing, lol. I’m addicted!
TWS:How long did it take you to write your books and where did you find the time to write?
Michele: Fire and Ice took the longest. Technically it was a six-year process when you combine the time I started it, the years I set it aside and the time I rewrote the final draft. The rest of my books, fortunately, haven’t taken anywhere near as long. I can write a first draft in about 4 or 5 months.
Drafting goes fairly quickly. It’s the editing and rewrites that take the most time. And since most of my books are on the longer side, I typically release a book a year. My readers and fans especially wish I could write faster, and so do I, but I struggle with maintaining quality while writing quickly. I’m getting a little quicker though.
For me, finding the time to write is like finding the time to eat. When its something you have to do (because it feeds your soul) you automatically make the time. There are some days when I don’t write at all, and others, I’ll write for ten hours at a time or more. It varies, and I try not to get too caught up in structuring time for my writing If it doesn’t happen one day for some reason or another—because of you know…life—I know that if I just wait it out I’ll get back into it again.
I think a big part of that is giving yourself permission to devote the time and letting whatever amount of time you can commit to, be okay. If I write for five minutes, that counts. If I write for an hour that counts. And if I write for twelve hours, that counts too.
Every word on the page adds to your total word count, so they matter. Of course, I’m partial to the days when I can write uninterrupted for hours on end, but that’s certainly not an everyday occurrence.
Reuniting with the Magical Bestselling Author Michele Barrow-Belisle
TWS: Michele, it is very easy to lose one’s passion once success is achieved. What has kept your passion of writing alive?
Michele: That’s an interesting question. I think for most creative people, they don’t lose their passion, they just channel it in a different direction. My writing is kept alive, because it really has a life of its own. I adore stories and have been making them up in my head for as long as I can remember.
When I’m standing in line at the grocery store, or people-watching at the mall, I’m drafting mini scenes in my head. Making up explanations for why that guy said what he did to the girl next to him, what might have come before and what could possibly come after.
So, part of the passion that fuels me, is that there’s literally no end to the possibilities. It became a little more challenging after I was first published. Before that, my writing was just for me. I always intended to share it with the world, but there’s nothing at stake really when you’re writing just for you.
It took some course-correcting to get used to the idea that I was writing for the world. And what I had to and still have to hold on to, is knowing that even though my work is being seen and judged, I’m still just writing for myself. I write what I love to read, what entertains me, and I write the stories the characters want told.
TWS: Did you ever have those days of writer’s block? What did you do to overcome those days?
Michele: I’m not sure that I have actually. Somedays I don’t know what to write, and it’s during those times that I’ll jump to another story or start something new entirely. But I’ve never experienced a block. There are just so many ways to overcome not know what to write.
Another great cure for writer’s block is reading. Without fail, diving into a fabulous novel inevitably leaves me itching to start writing again. Or playing the just imagine. Imagine if your character had only three days to live. What would they do? How would they react. It doesn’t matter if that’s part of the plot or not, it just helps to get the creative juices flowing again. And sometimes taking a break entirely for a few days is what’s needed.
I do that from time to time, and I never label it as being “blocked.” It’s just a change. I’ll binge watch some Netflix or go to the theater to see a movie…two things I love but don’t have much time for. Again, it’s more about giving yourself permission, and not getting caught in the cycle of frustration of not being able to come up with anything to write.
Letting go and relaxing is often the best cure. Just not for too long. Take a break, then dive back in. It’s not always easy, and yes, writing can be hard. Publishing…even harder sometimes. But it’s so rewarding to push through the tough parts and come out victoriously on the other side. Passion and tenacity definitely help.
TWS: Can we expect another book?
Michele: Definitely! I’m addicted, remember, lol. I actually have a new release that came out at the end of February. Melt is the fourth book in the Faerie Song Saga. The reading order is Fire And Ice, Bittersweet, Freeze, Melt, Burn, and Darkest Light. The last two are on the coming soon list. And, you’re the first one to hear this, but there will be a Faerie Song nomenclature/compendium, with illustrations, and additional stories and lore from the Nevermore. No idea when it will be finished, but it’s in the works.
Additionally, I’m working on an entirely new series with witches, called Written In Red. Also a standalone novel, a reverse fairytale retelling of Cinderella set in a post-apocalyptic world, called Cinder And Ash. And lastly, I’m working on the second book in my children’s picture book series, Pirate Wishes 1-2-3. The first one, Fairy Wishes 1-2-3 (if I Could Be you and You Could Be Me) was released last year.
That pretty much sums up what’s on my plate at the moment, but you never know when that might change, lol. Honestly, I’m just following my muse and seeing what unfolds.
Thank you so much, Julia, for inviting me to share my writing journey, it’s been a pleasure!
Are you an entertainment junkie who’s obsessed with the Kardashians, Meghan Markle, and Chrissy Teigen’s tweets? Do you know the name of every Kylie Jenner lip kit and dream about Selena Gomez’s relationship with Justin Bieber in your sleep? Then Elite Daily’s celebrity writer position is for you. Writers should have extensive knowledge of celebrity culture, strong news judgment, a fun and witty voice, and the ability to write quickly and cleanly.
Kindred Bravely is an online clothing retailer for pregnant and breastfeeding moms. We are a fast-growing team based all over the world. The perfect candidate for this job is a self-starter that LOVES copywriting, is a great storyteller, a grammar guru, and has experience with managing other writers or project management skills.
We’re an independent owned company with a rich heritage and a bold entrepreneurial mission. If you’re excited by the thought of helping people and organizations go from new ideas to life-changing innovations faster, we’re excited to consider you for a position at Clarivate.
Bython Media is a digital media and marketing agency focused on information technology. We are currently hiring multiple technical SEO writers who have a deep understanding of and proficiency in writing in the following categories: marketing, finance, human resources, media, and information technology.
We are looking for people all over the world to work for us as freelance Travel Writers. You do not need to be traveling – you can write travel guides about the place you live. We have various levels of pay-per-article and the sign-up process is very simple.
WestEd is committed to the belief that all students should succeed in our schools and that all learners — from infants to adults — should thrive in our communities, despite the circumstances they were born into.
We are your ultimate career portal offering career advancement services such as Professional Resume Writing Services, Social Media Branding, Cover Letter Services, and Interview Coaching. Will train and mentor.
Are you an independent technical writer with your own clients but are looking for regular work from an agency that you can bank on? Let’s talk. We are a small shop that often needs to get big in a hurry. That’s where you come in. We need experienced technical writers that can step in and help us generate content outside of our standard expertise or when we need some extra muscle.
We are seeking several Freelance Copywriters to help us write copy for hundreds of landing pages, blog posts, and press releases. This is not a full-time role, and will be project-based and freelance only. You will mostly work remotely, and on occasion come by the Handy office or participate in video chats for periodic check ins.
Based in San Francisco, FILMLESS is a network of extremely talented producers, video editors, voice over artists, cinematographers, writers, graphic artists, and on-screen talent
who specialize in bringing ideas to life.
Write fresh content based on research and brainstorming or by self-education then by following instructions provided for each type of document. Ensure that web page content is edited properly and matches company tone to increase on-screen readability.
Sun Life Family Health Center is a not-for-profit federally qualified health center located in Arizona’s golden corridor. Our employees truly care about our patients, the organization, our fellow employees, as well as our community.
Fashion Shopr are looking for bright, motivated people interested in Fashion & Accessories to join our team of freelance writers and social media marketers. Beauty Shopr are looking for bright, motivated people interested in Beauty to join our team of freelance writers and social media marketers. Sports & Fitness Shopr are looking for bright, motivated people interested in Sports & Fitness to join our team of freelance writers and social media marketers. No experience necessary, full training & support for beginners!
We are a purpose-driven organization with a vision to create a stronger, healthier world. You’ll be working with members of our editorial team and our social team who are focused on wellness content and lifestyle content around specific conditions.
Koreaboo is looking for a smart, organized, creative writer who can quickly create original content from assigned source materials. This person will primarily be writing articles for our website, from a stream of pitches approved by our editorial team.
Ballotpedia exists to preserve and expand knowledge by building the Encyclopedia of American Politics. We build that encyclopedia by researching and writing about our areas of coverage, generating an unbiased resource for scholars, journalists, and interested citizens
Animalz is a content marketing agency that strives to create the best content on the web.Our focus is on written content that helps companies educate and inform their audiences on strategies and tactics for being successful in their work. We’re looking for people who write clearly, concisely and in an organized way.
Neo4j, Inc. is possibly the nerdiest place in the world to work. Not in a dungeons-and-dragons sense, but in the sense that we all exhibit the stereotypical traits of the oddball sitting in the back of class who didn’t pay any attention because he or she was too busy calculating the solution to cold fusion, mapping out how to build the next Google business empire, or – in your case – writing the next great American novel (or something of the sort).
SuperSummary is an online resource that is committed to helping you get the most out of the books that you’re reading. So whether you’re a student preparing for class or a recreational reader looking to expand your understanding, you will find everything and more in our comprehensive study guides.
Through a comprehensive evaluation of your needs and strategic objectives, we are able to engage the right services to ensure you are on course for success, allowing you to focus on your core business.
UberSignal is an industry leader in the field of cell phone signal boosters, also known as cellular repeaters or passive DAS, which are solutions that solve the problem of weak cell phone signal in homes, businesses and vehicles.
Entertainment Daily’s continued growth means we are now looking for an experienced writer with a love of daytime television, particularly SOAPS to join our team as a regular freelance or full-time writer/editor.
iTutor.com is an online supplemental education company. We work with school districts and parents across the country to provide K-12 home bound instruction, credit recovery and test preparation through our online platform.
I trust that these jobs will suite your needs. I hope you enjoy this article as much as I did working on it! If you missed my previous article, don’t forget to go check out 10 Perfect Remote Writing Jobs.
Here are 10 Popular Places to Publish your Writing and they are currently seeking submissions. Now is the time to buckle down and finish those short-stories. Most of these publishers pay via PayPal, so if you’re looking, here are 4 Alternatives to PayPal. If you are in need of links to your work, feel free to contact me and guest blog right here. 🙂 Here are my 10 leads for you today, so good luck!
10 Popular Places to Publish your Writing
1. Allen & Unwin
Allen & Unwin know how difficult it can be for writers to get their work in front of publishers, which is why we’ve created our innovative and pioneering submissions system – The Friday Pitch.
The Friday Pitch allows for writers of all genres to have their work considered by one of our in-house Submission Editors.
Please select the genre of your work, and follow the links to the appropriate submissions page for more details.
We’re looking for short stories that fall into the speculative fiction genre – this means fantasy, sci-fi, horror, steampunk and related genres. For these short stories, we’re dying to sink our teeth into tales under 13,000 words (and not less that 9,500).
To sum it up: please submit speculative fiction stories of no more than 13,000 words, and no less than 9,500. Bam!
Fox & Raven pays a once-off fee of ZAR1,500 (that’s $150 for any non-South African writers) for each short story we accept.
Hachette Australia is one of Australia’s largest publishers and is always looking for the opportunity to publish great stories.
As part of this search, we are pleased to welcome email submissions from fiction and non-fiction writers.
Are you working on a feature or a short film script? Or are you interested in adapting an African story for the big screen?
If you answered yes to at least one question, then this could be your opportunity. Applications are invited for a bilingual (English and French) scriptwriting residency to be held in Senegal in May 2017.
Entries for the 2017 Rachel Funari Prize for Fiction are now OPEN and close 5pm Friday 21st April, 2017.
The Rachel Funari Prize for Fiction is a themed fiction competition open to all women, female-identifying and non-binary writers.
The theme of our 2017 competition is ‘Rebirth’, with a focus on women’s stories. We’re looking for creative, insightful fiction up to 2000 words that addresses the theme in any way.
Rachel Funari, the namesake of the competition, was Lip’s founding editor. Tragically, Rachel went missing in 2011 while on holiday in Tasmania. We hold this prize in her honour because she was determined to better the lives and opportunities for young women.
$1500 cash prize
A 12 month online subscription to Books + Publishing
A “mixed bag” book pack courtesy of our sponsors Affirm Press, Scribe Publications, Wakefield Press and UNSWeetened Lit Journal
Publication on our website and in the next print edition of the magazine
Prepare the first 100 pages (50 pages for a children’s book) of your manuscript, double spaced, and a synopsis (maximum 300 words) as separate Word or PDF documents, ensuring they are clearly labelled with the title of your manuscript.
You are welcome to submit the first 100 pages and synopsis of multiple manuscripts, but not from the same series. If you have a trilogy, for example, please submit only the first instalment.
Fill out the form below, indicating which genre your manuscript falls into.
Attach your Word documents (synopsis and required pages).
Send on the first Monday of the month between 10am and 4pm AEST. Any manuscript received outside of this period will not be considered.
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This is a perfect opportunity for freelance writers and just about anybody who can write that just don’t have time for a commute to a dead-end, part-time job. Or, for anyone for wants to sit in their pajamas and work at home!
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The main criterion is that the story is an entertaining, compelling read, and not too high brow or morbid. Stories with an interesting twist always make for fun reading.
Finally: There must be a definite story line; sketches will not do.
Target market: YOU is a family magazine and ideally we’d like our short stories to appeal to both male and female readers (young adults and adults).
Presentation: Only typed manuscripts will be accepted for consideration.
To facilitate our production process please:
• Use double quotation marks by pressing SHIFT and key with double quotation marks.
• Use only one space after full stops, commas, semicolons, question marks, etc.
• Press the ENTER key only once to make a paragraph; do not use indents.
The Zodiac Review welcomes unpublished stories from a whole panoply of genres, including slice-of-life, psychological, light or dark humor, biting satire, fictionalized memoir, light sci-fi and light fantasy, provided that they include decidedly strong elements of literary fiction.
We are especially eager to publish pieces that include some of the following elements of literary fiction:
Character-driven as much as or more than plot-driven writing
Distinctive or idiosyncratic prose style; creative word usage
Literary devices including metaphor, analogy, allegory, imagery, irony
Subtle, subliminal or multiple meanings and sub-themes
An indeterminate or unresolved ending