Sunday, November 5, 2017
1:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
21 Poland Street, Soho
3rd Floor, Room 2, London
Learn the how to become a freelancer that receives "great pitch" responses from editors:
What our customers are saying:
I've been a full-time freelance writer for about two years now. I had gotten to a place where I was making enough money to get by, and felt satisfied with that. I figured, I'm a writer. I'm never going to make the big bucks, and it's always going to be hard. But I love it, so I'll keep slogging along. Then I read The Six-Figure Travel Writer and realized that I can demand more from this career path. I can in fact work less, make more, and still do the kind of writing that I love. I'm already on the path to making more money.
I had broken into freelance writing about 4 years before I was introduced to Gabi. I wrote a small magazine column and contributed a web piece here and there, but despite traveling to 20 countries and living abroad for 3 years, I struggled with organizing my ideas and pitching publications to keep a steady supply of new work. Simply put, I’ve learned more in the few months that I’ve been a member of the Dream of Travel Writing Database and listening in on Gabi’s seminars than I have in 4 years of working in the industry. Gabi is a wealth of knowledge and I feel fortunate to have been influenced by her expertise. Ideas come to me more easily now and I’m gradually tackling my biggest challenge - keeping my pitch prep time to a minimum. All of this has been accomplished by applying the tips that Gabi shares. I consider discovering her one of the best things to happen to my writing this year.