Tuesday, 3 June 2014

10 Freelance Writing Markets

Today I have for you a list of 10 more freelance writing markets.

Each of these 10 places has an extensive list of links to writing markets.

The list includes different genres of fiction writing including horror, sci-fi, speculative fiction and romance plus children's writing markets and magazine markets.

Take a look through the list and start submitting today.

To earn a great income trough freelance writing, aim to make 30 submissions every month.

These 10 new writers' markets will also be added to the ever-growing list at my website for writers, http://writeaholics.net/writingmarkets.html.

All Indie Writers
This is a directory of paying freelance writer's markets. You can browse the writer's markets by category below or search if you're looking for something specific. All markets included in this directory are paying markets. Payment details are included in summaries where possible.
Also has a wiring jobs board

Absolute Write Paying Markets Forum
Members list current writing markets.

Fiction Factor
Writer's Market Listings
Good list of fiction markets divided by genre.

Funds For Writers
List of current writing markets. Note: these markets are the calibre of FundsforWriters and TOTAL FundsforWriters meaning $200 or 10 cents/word in payment.

Victory Crayne: Writing Markets - for Short Stories
This is a portal page, with links to Web sites that maintain lists of markets for short stories. No links directly to publishing magazines are given here.

Writers Markets for Speculative Fiction: SF/F/H's Journal
Extremely current list of latest markets for Speculative Fiction.

Worldwide Freelance Writer
Has a paid and free database of writing markets you can search.
With the Free Access you can search approximately 500 writing markets.

Speculative Fiction Markets
Contains links to Web pages of paying markets for short science fiction, fantasy, and horror stories.

Children’s Markets
List of markets for writing for children and includes rates of pay.

The Writers’ Beat
Forum where members post latest writing markets they find around the web.

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