Don’t You Dare Blog for Free!

Start off writing for free to get your name out there using other people’s reach. — Sounds good, right? In this story, I’d like to tell you my experience with freelance portals for writers and with bad clients, so that you can hopefully avoid them.

As a writer and blogger, I’ve stepped into every dog-doo imaginable while acquiring customers. Let’s step into the time machine and have a look at the biggest

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Writer, developmental editor, novel proofreader. Fights metaphors & dragons while writing about storytelling, relationships & fiction writing.

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Flo Furem

Flo Furem

Writer, developmental editor, novel proofreader. Fights metaphors & dragons while writing about storytelling, relationships & fiction writing.

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