Find – A – Freelancer

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One of the most common questions I hear from authors thinking of going independent (either to self-publish or to reprint works where the rights have all reverted to them) is “where do I find people to do ….”

Well, now there’s an answer.

Assuming I didn’t screw up anything, the freelancer resource site should be live now at:

https://authorsandfreelancers.com

As you may remember, the point of the site is to (essentially) provide free advertising to freelancers so that independent authors (or heck, even publishers) can find them relatively easily. (As with all things, caveat emptor.) There’s a handy-dandy form for getting yourself added as well. Point your artist/webgeek/editor friends at it as well.

Again, free advertising.

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