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Making a Living as a Writer Has Never Been Easier
Get paid to write and build the freedom-filled life you’ve always wanted
You’re in the right place if you:
- Like to write
- Want to get paid well for your writing
- Want to use your well-paid writing skills to build the life of your dreams — You know, the kind where you don’t have to report in to an office. Where you don’t have a boss. Where you can work when you want, from wherever you please, on projects you enjoy.
Sound too good to be true?
We have proof. Hundreds of writers, just like you. They’ve escaped the 9-to-5 grind and now write for money — good money. A lot of them even make six-figures. (You can learn more about them here.)
They do their writing work from the comfort of home … or at a favorite cafe … or while vacationing on a sun-filled, breezy island …
We’re here to help you discover how to create your own satisfying, well-paid writing career. We have information from authors and experts you can’t find anywhere else.
The Barefoot Writer is committed to helping you write smarter, get paid faster, and build the kind of lifestyle you’ve only dreamed about till now.
“NEVER stop believing. Don’t let anyone tell you you cannot do this. I am proof you can.” – Richard Boyd
“That moment when you close your eyes, suck in your breath and say a silent “yes!” happened just recently when I got a royalty check in the mail. That one writing project has turned out to be quite profitable.” – Starr Daubenmire
“I’m in charge of my income now. The only ‘ceilings’ are the ones I place there myself. If I want to make more money, all I have to do is pick up a few more writing projects. I love that!” – Rachel Karl
“I am passionate about writing (about the effect it can have on fellow human beings and their lives) … thus, I get to do what I’m passionate about all day long.” – Kelvin Parker
“The ability to pay my bills no longer worries me, even in these rough times. I know I can always market my skills to an endless list of potential clients and keep enough writing projects rolling in.” – Cheryl Malcham
“Last November our family had a week vacation planned. At the spur of the moment, just before leaving we decided to extend our vacation from 1 week to 3 weeks. We didn’t have to ask some boss if it was ok or worry about how much “vacation time” we had left for the year. We just packed up the truck and hit the road.” – Steve Coombes
“Now that I’m a full-time freelance writer, I no longer feel torn between my work and my family.” – Marcella Allison
“I know that what I do is so needed in the marketplace. There’s no fear of not being able to find enough work …” – Russ Banister
“Writing gave me back my passion, and a renewed sense of purpose. Now I look forward to new experiences, and I’m enjoying a new career.” – Tonimarie Marrese
“You don’t need to be a perfect writer … All you have to do is speak to your reader like you would with a friend.” – Rasheed Ali
“Don’t ever give up on your dreams. Never think you’re too old to make a change or to become a success.” – Shelby Beckett
“It was only 4½ months from the time I made the promise to myself to become a full-time writer that I got my dream job. Had I not made the commitment to myself, I seriously doubt it would have happened.” – Sean McCool
“I don’t have to leave home. I don’t have to answer to a boss. I just walk into my home office and write.” – Joshua Boswell
“I’m no longer stuck in n 8-5 job in an industry in which I have little interest, for an average salary, with very little time with my son.” – Biba Pearce
“I love the fact that I have a 10-second commute to my basement office, and I have the flexibility to work around the family schedule. I can take a vacation when I want to – or a mental health day, even – and not feel too guilty.” – April Parcher