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Dear Writer's Digest Subscriber,

I've spent over 10 years working with writers who make a lot of money.

They're a pretty happy bunch. Which makes sense. After all, they have total control over their time. They're not tied down.

Most of them don't even work in an "office," per say. They don't answer to bosses. And yet, they write about everything under the sun ... and profit from it.

But here's the thing. Before those writers got to that money-making stage, they all had one thing in common:

They wanted to know how to turn a love of writing into a long-term, profitable writing career.

"Profitable" is the key word here. The eyebrow-raiser.

Let's all admit it - writing for a living has a certain stereotype tied to it. That stereotype ushers in images of pennies, not rolls of crisp, green bills.

So how are all of these writers doing exactly the opposite?

Check out this video for answers. It was put together by a writer I know who grew her income to six-figures in three years.

You'll probably laugh at the way she starts the video ... Then keep going - you'll want to hear what she has to say.

To your success,

Rebecca Matter
President, American Writers & Artists Inc.

P.S. If you've ever been curious about writing for a living, I urge you to watch Mindy's video today - I'm not sure how long it will be up.

You'll find out how she easily pulled off a transition from grumbling office worker to part-time, six-figure writer. Watch the video right now.


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