Mind Map Monday: Outdoors

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If you’re an outdoors lover and a writer, you can put your two passions together and earn an income while you go on your adventures. By using mind maps to think outside the box, you can find several topics related to the outdoors to write about. I’ve shared the outdoors mind map before,  but today, I’m going to delve into

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Featured Blogger

Whether you write for fun or for pay, it’s always great to make a connection to others with similar interests. That’s why once in a while, you’ll see a featured writer on multitalentedwriters.com. Show our featured folks some love by checking out their blogs and leaving a comment. Please note that this post may contain affiliate links. To view our full affiliate

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Featured Writer: Sarah Turner

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Featured MultiTalented Writer: Sarah Turner Whether you write for fun or for pay, it’s always great to make a connection to others with similar interests. That’s why once in a while, you’ll see a featured writer on multitalentedwriters.com. Show our featured folks some love by checking out their blogs and leaving a comment. Please note that this post may contain affiliate links.

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Mind Map Monday: Tabletop Games (Plus)

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If you enjoy tabletop games, here’s a mind map to help turn your passion into writing opportunities. I’ve shared this mind map before, but today we’ll dive into exactly how we can use this mind map to enhance our freelance writing.     Of course, you could write ad copy for companies that manufacture or sell games. But thinking outside

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Get Paid to Write about True Crime & Social Justice

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Get paid to write about true crime and social justice Love a good crime story, but not really a fan of fictitious mystery? Perhaps true crime is where your awesome story telling lies. If this is so, why not get paid for your research and writing skills? Maybe social justice is more your thing, and you’re tired of corporations who

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Mind Map Monday: Relationships

Relationships writing is an easy niche to expand, because it’s already so broad. There are so many different kinds of relationships: romantic relationships between members of the opposite sex, LGBTQ+ relationships, the relationship between parents and their children, the relationship between a person and their coworkers, the relationship between adult children and aging parents, and the list goes on and

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Paid Writing Opportunities: Write for Children

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Get Paid to Write for Children Are you an aspiring children’s author? While you’re working on your children’s book, why not get your feet wet by writing for children’s publications? Here are a few magazines that pay (well) for pieces written for children. Who knows, by getting published in one of these, you may even have a better chance of

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Why Reading Makes You a Better Writer

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I often see questions in Facebook writing groups about whether reading makes you a better writer. My answer would usually be a resounding yes, but when you think about it, the real answer is “it depends.” For example, if you’re an avid reader of nonficiton (read: me), you’re not going to necessarily be a better fiction writer because of it.

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