You can now download the podcast interview freelance writing for college textbook publishers.
I make my living freelance writing supplements and ancillaries for college textbook publishers. This Wednesday I’ll be the featured guest on the Text and Academic Authors Association podcast on BlogTalkRadio:
Ever wondered who writes all those college textbook test questions, lecture outlines, instructor’s manuals, study guides, and other materials that help students learn better and instructors teach better? Freelance writers like John Soares, that’s who. John, the author of “Writing College Textbook Supplements: The Definitive Guide to Winning High-Paying Assignments in the College Textbook Publishing Market,” will tell you what you need to succeed in this field, including how to get the attention of higher-education textbook editors and convince them to hire you; how to get your projects done well and quickly; and how to get paid well.
Who Should Listen In?
1. All freelance writers intrigued by this interesting specialty, one that has relatively little competition and pays quite well.
2. Anyone interested in my freelance writing career.
When Is It Happening?
This Wednesday, December 1, 2010, noon Eastern, 9 a.m. Pacific.
How Do I Access the Live Podcast?
Visit the Text and Academic Authors BlogTalkRadio site just before the call and follow the instructions. The call-in number is (877) 572-4281.
Can I Listen Later?
Absolutely. You can hear the podcast any time you want on the BlogTalkRadio site, and I’ll get a copy posted here on ProductiveWriters.com as soon as possible.
How Can I Get My Specific Questions Answered?
1. You can call in during the actual podcast and give your question live on the air.
2. Alternatively, leave a question in the Comments below and I’ll address it in the Questions and Answers portion of the podcast.