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Workshop by Wendy Kitts: A Life in PJs: How to Sell Your Writing and Quit Your Day Job

7 Oct 2022 12:13 PM | Executive Director (Administrator)

Selling Your Expertise Series:
A Life in PJs: How to Sell Your Writing and Quit Your Day Job

Wendy Kitts

Do you dream of being a writer but don’t know how to start? Do you long for a career where you can skip the morning commute, work the hours you want, or work in your pajamas all day? Maybe you’re addicted to travel and looking for a way to feed your habit. Or maybe you just want to do something that makes you excited to get out of bed in the morning. A career as a freelance writer can provide the freedom you’re longing for and an income limited only by how much you want to work. And the best part—you can do it from anywhere in the world—all you need is a laptop and an Internet connection.

Learn how to find story ideas, create a niche, target and pitch the right market (print or online) and more, from Wendy Kitts, author and freelance writer of 20+ years. Wendy has written over 200 articles for publications such as the LA Times, the Globe & Mail, Readers’ Digest, and Saltscapes and does something most writers only dream of—supports herself with her writing.

This workshop is for anyone who wants to learn how to leverage their expertise — especially coaches, speakers, and workshop leaders looking to expand their reach, increase their credibility, and create another stream of income.

Saturday, October 29 / 10-4 Atlantic time, online

Limited enrollment to ensure maximum time for everyone to discuss their ideas.

$149 plus HST. Early bird price of $99 if registered by October 20th.

Email Wendy at info@wendykitts.ca for details.

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