Writing Jobs, February 4, 2019

Happy Monday! Today’s list is up early, so you’ve got plenty of time to enjoy a cup of coffee while checking out today’s writing job leads. Today’s list includes online writing jobs for writers anywhere, some onsite Canadian writing jobs, and a call for submissions for those of you who write speculative fiction. If you’d…

Writing Jobs, January 24, 2019

Pour yourself a coffee and enjoy today’s list of writing job leads. Along with online writing jobs open to writers anywhere, today’s list also includes onsite Canadian writing jobs located across the country. If you are looking to hire a writer or have a call for submission you’d like me to share, send me the…

Writing Jobs, January 21, 2019

So, we meet again. Thank you for sticking it out and waiting for me to figure out how to keep this writing jobs list going with my insane writing schedule. To make it a little easier to post every day, I’ll be keeping the listing descriptions super-short, but as always will link to the original…

Writing Jobs, October 11, 2018

After two days of the temperature hovering around molten lava and giving me the migraine from hell, the fall-like weather is returning. Hopefully my brain stops feeling like complete mush so I can focus. Anyone else suffer from weather-related migraines? Anyone?? Today’s list of writing job leads is another meaty one. Lots of online writing…

Writing Jobs, October 5, 2018

It’s Thanksgiving Weekend in Canada! Hurrah! This week has really gotten away from me, but such is life when you’re fortunate enough to be a very busy freelance writer with a hearty workload. No complaints except that my workload makes it difficult to post my list of writing jobs for you. I’ve had readers suggest…

Writing Jobs, October 1, 2018

It’s cold and wet outside, and warm in cozy in my writing office. Being a freelance writer makes me especially happy on days like this when most of the working world is wishing they could just stay in. Perfect writing weather and a hot cup of coffee. What more could a freelancer want? Well, I suppose…