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1. Title: Call for Submissions (United States)
Pay: $10 dollars and $75 dollars
Description: The Tishman Review is accepting submissions of poetry, fiction, art, and creative nonfiction for publication in our July issue. We are based out of Detroit and Boston.
Our spring issue will be released on April 1st.
We read blind, so do not include any identifying information on your manuscript. This way, we judge each piece by its words and not by the author’s publishing credits. Our Emerging Voices Poetry Contest is also open for submissions. Winner wins 500$ and publication. Other prizes available. All entries considered for publication.
All submissions must be made through Submittable. We do not accept submissions by email.
Please see our website for further details:
2. Draft A Copy Write Lawsuit!
Pay: $600 to draft the lawsuit
Description: Can you write a federal copyright infringement lawsuit? Someone is using my software technology without paying for it. If I can show them an unfiled lawsuit, that will deal with the situation pretty well, I think.
Please put on the subject line: “I know copyright infringement”
My lawyer will charge too much to draft the lawsuit – can you draft it? Do you know about copyright law? Know about the copyright of software code?
3. Title: Mystery Writers
Pay: 30% of Commission and Royalties
Description: We are looking for talented writers who can create a great mystery story with twists and turns that can surprise readers and keep them on the edge of their seats. The main character and her sidekick should be strong, likable, witty, and smart and able to reach the readers and have a connection. Having a good well thought out plot that leads to suspense is also important. The story will have an animal sidekick so keep that in mind. Not looking for sex or any excessive violence either.
*Also we are only looking for native English speakers. You have must have excellent English writing skills.
The pay will be commission, you will get royalties, We can work out the details. We have already published over 20 books, and have made tens of thousands, we know how to sell books. So this is a great opportunity for you to earn some extra money on the side without doing anything once the book is released we will promote it and get it selling. We have just released a cozy mystery so we are familiar with this genre.
We will give you the plot outline when we select you for the job.
How to apply:
-Please tell us your fiction and mystery writing experience in the proposal
-Please submit a mystery/fiction writing sample with your proposal
-Please give us your story ideas pertaining to the topic if you have them
Deadline is 2 weeks or less.
We are looking to hire someone immediately! If we like your work, we will hire you for multiple books, we could even make a series together, this can be a great chance for you to have an extra passive income while we do all of the heavy lifting.
4. Blogger for Stock Trading Publisher
Pay: please send a quote per article (This is a really good sign)
Description: Wealthpire is a small but established and profitable publisher of premium stock trading and investing publications.
We are looking for a blogger with strong writing and journalism skills who also enjoys using Google Anayltics and Keyword Planner to create 2 long-form articles (1,200 plus words + pictures/charts) a week for our blog.
Candidates must have a passion for the financial markets and stay up to date on financial news.
5. Call for Romance Submissions – Be a Published Author (Battery Park)
Pay: 50% of all royalties, in every format
Description: Established Book Publisher is seeking book-length manuscripts for publication. Please go to http://rojapublishing.com/submission-guidelines/ to review the submissions guidelines and submit your work for consideration. If the initial submission seems promising, we will ask for the full manuscript for review. Manuscripts should be between 50,000 and 125,000 words. Books will be published in e-book, POD, and audio format, as you wish.
We work on a flat 50% royalty rate, so you keep a big share of the profits, with no hidden fees.
Unlike most publishing houses, we won’t take your money for editing, covers, or marketing. We take care of that. There are no hidden charges. Unlike most publishing houses, we don’t require you to sign your rights away for 7 or more years. That’s not fair, and we know it. We do 2 years, max, and give you the choice of renewing after that. As authors ourselves, we know what’s fair and what isn’t. We don’t succeed unless our authors succeed.
6. Title: Professional FICTION Writers WANTED (Midtown)
Pay: $1.5 + per 100 words
Description: Dear fiction writers,
Thank you in advance for reading this post. Professional Fiction Writers are needed to be part of a team of writers.
I’m looking for writers who excel in the following genres:
1. PARANORMAL/SUSPENSE (vampires, ghosts, shape shifters, etc…)
Please note that I’m only after writers who:
1. are native English speakers
2. write professionally as their full time job and don’t have a thousand of other things to do during the day, especially another full time job outside the home
3. check their email frequently enough during the day (at least once ever 3 hours or so….)
4. can stick to deadlines and communicates effectively
5. reliable and committed!
6. Can deliver at least 8,000 words in one week as clients don’t usually like to wait 3 weeks for 7,000 words (especially since this is fiction).
If there are other genres, along with the ones mentioned above, you could write in, please point that out in your application.
Pay rates: This is usually around $1.5 per 100 words. It will be based on each separate project. It depends on the deal I manage to get. If I can pay more, I DO pay more.
I pay through PayPal and Skrill, depending on the writer’s preference.
If you’re interested and you are confident you tick all the right boxes, please email me some samples in doc format along with a cover letter, telling me more about yourself, your experience, the genres you excel in, the genres you simply WON’T write in, your availability, etc… to above email address…
I look forward to receive your applications. Please give me 7 – 10 days to get back to you since I will be going through the applications/samples very thoroughly. How about you add one four four eight in numbers in your subject so I know you read this.
Good luck! 🙂
Extra: A book full of literary agents. This is like the yellow pages for people who want to get into traditional publishing. You usually want to skip to around the middle for the directory the first part was all about query letters.