My latest book, How To Make Money As A Freelance Writer, has been nicely received:
“In essence, this book is like being taken to the school gate, but not inside. Lynch has put the satchel with all the necessary gear on your back. . .the onus is upon you to get on and act upon it.”
— Rosalind Minett
“There is enough information in this book to set any potential freelancer on their way if they follow the steps outlined.”
— Martin Brown
That’s exactly what I wanted to write: a book that says,
- This is what you do
- This is how you do it
- This is what can happen if you don’t.
A practical guide for practical people.
There’s a Kindle version and the paperback is carried by Gardner’s in the UK and Ingram Spark everywhere else, so you can get it at your local bookshop – but you can also get the paperback from me at a special price (£5 instead of £7) from now till 21st May. Just go here and enter the code “may offer” at checkout
Freelance Writer For Hire
When I retired from my job in international sales, I planned to write full-time. I still do – but it isn’t as simple as that, because the first few months on my own have shown me what I am missing. I’m a gregarious person, and one of the reasons I continued to travel the world for work was that – I thought – I enjoyed meeting new people and solving new challenges. I now know that that was only a partial explanation. It’s not just enjoyment; I need the interplay with other people. And so, as well as continuing to write fiction, I have gone back to something I have done before: freelancing as a writer for hire.
I have a separate website that covers all my freelancing work – find it here.