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These Writers Have Your Ticket to the $1,000-a-month Club

First, you’ve got to learn how to write $60 stories consistently

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Two dollars per day. That’s what a story must earn, averaged over a 30-day period, to fit into your $1,000 base pay plan. It sounds pretty easy, and sometimes it is. The hard part is doing it story after story.

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If you want to improve your ability to reach your dreams then you must write well — no matter what your dreams are.

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Melinda Crow

Melinda Crow

30-year freelancer. Found on: Newsweek, Cruise Critic, MSN Travel. Writer’s Toolkit weekly series on The Writing Cooperative https://melindacrow.substack.com/

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