I started this blog earlier, with the best of intentions. Really. But I found that I had nothing to say – possibly because I was trying to say nothing much at all. I am trying this little experiment again, only now I will not write about anything and everything. Instead, I will be typing my little heart out about all matters writing-related. From the best places to find writing jobs to solid writing advice, this blog will be about the written word and will not be filled with useless rants. Just to show that I mean it, here are a few places where writers can start looking for writing work:


1) http://www.writersrow.com/deborahng/ — Deborah Ng’s blog is an amazing assortment of hand-picked writing opportunities. She pre-selects only the opportunities that pay more than $10 and seem legit. She is my hero.


2) http://www.writersweekly.com/markets_and_jobs.php — Angela Hoy runs this fabulous site, which features many print markets as well as writing-related jobs. Be sure to check out the “warnings” section to find out about scam artists you will want to avoid.


3) http://www.thegoldenpencil.com/ — Anne Wayman’s blog regularly features listings of writing jobs.


4) http://www.jeffgaulin.com/ — This web site features lots of writing jobs in Canada.


5) http://www.writingjobroll.com/ — John Hewiit lists lots of job leads.


6) http://www.journalismjobs.com/ — Another great site for writing-related jobs.


7) http://www.writerswrite.com/writersguidelines/ — If you are more interested in writing for print magazines, rather than getting a full time job that has to do with writing, try this site.


8 ) http://www.freelancewriting.com/guidelines/pages/ — This site has more guidelines for those who want to break into print.