I planned out my year earlier this month and if things go as I hope, I’ll once again be focusing on freelancing at the end of this year, primarily in service of promoting my books, which is super exciting.
I’m really looking forward to this year. More dream publications broken into, both for me and my students, more careers built, more money made, more stories told, and more lives changed. More opportunities for all of us to tell the stories that are important in the world today and to be paid exceptionally well for this work.
And to make it all more possible than ever before, we’ve opened up 30 Days, 30 Queries again. Through the course, you’ll learn how to bring in $1-a-word assignments, even if you have no clips, no credits, and no contacts.
Strategies that have worked for hundreds of writers just like you who started with ZERO idea of how to pitch publications and ended up winning big.
Our program has a 97% success rate—that means 97% of the folks who do the work get assignments, often within the first 30 days.
And not from small, local media either.
We’re talking The New York Times, CNN, TIME, National Geographic, Vogue, Marie Claire, BBC, Vice, The Guardian, and so many more.
All from following a proven system that I designed after freelancing for US and UK publications as a full-time journalist from India—since I was 19!
No networking, journalism degrees, or previous publication required.
A thriving freelance writing career is at your fingertips.
Don’t be like the writers who are mistakenly waiting to be “ready.”
Ready is a decision.
I can prove it. Hundreds of success stories from folks who didn’t think they were ready either. And who used what we teach them to grow their freelancing careers quickly and exponentially.
So give yourself the gift of assignments.
Of $1-a-word assignments.
Of a freelance writing career that you love.
Sign up for 30 Days, 30 Queries—the program that’s helped launch hundreds of writing careers (a few six-figure ones, too)—and learn how to pitch your story ideas and get assignments without wasting hundreds of hours.
And because I always over-deliver, I’m giving you 5 free bonus downloads. They’re the “how in the world did they do that?” tricks to success when it comes to pitching:
- Query letter templates + sample pitches that worked
- Updated markets list
- A plug-and-play organizational system (you focus on the pitching; the system will focus on the rest)
- Before-you-send checklist
- 30 Days, 30 Queries tracking spreadsheet
When editors show up in your Inbox, make sure you’re ready to impress.
Learn how to give editors exactly what they need with stories that sing.
Registrations for the course are closing TOMORROW.
You’re in good company. (Psst. We know many national magazine editors who’ve bought it, too!)
I’ll see you on the inside.