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The Art of Travel-Inspired Novel Writing, with Janice Horton

Travel fiction has a long tradition. Think Gulliver’s Travels, by Jonathon Swift, On the Road, by Jack Kerouac, and more recently, The Time Traveler’s Wife, by Audrey Niffenegger and The No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency by Alexander McCall-Smith. The list is endless. Janice Horton’s, The Backpacking Housewife, is in fine company, and although Horton is experiencing…

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#102 The Thing About Freelance Writing, with Lindy Alexander

If you’ve ever thought of supplementing your income with a bit of travel writing, dabbling with magazine writing or becoming a serious full time freelancer, then sit back and listen as Lindy Alexanders shares what she’s learnt along the way to earning $100k a year as a freelance writer. Here are some of the things…

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It’s 5 o’clock Somewhere; Writing on the Road & Making Money Doing It, With Joe Russo

Freedom’s just another word for taking the leap, and getting out there and doing it. Word is, it’s not as scary as it seems. Joe Russo, of We’re The Russos, should know. He’s written a book about it, Take Risks; One Couple’s Journey to Quit Their Jobs & Hit The Open Road. Not only is it…

#92 The Six-Figure Travel Writer, with Gabi Logan

Ever wanted to try your hand at travel writing? The first thing you need to do is identify what’s motivating you; being published, freedom to travel or free trips? Once you know your motivation the rest falls into place, especially if you listen to the advice of Travel Writing Coach and journalist, Gabi Logan, or…

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Wanna run away with the circus in Oz and tell a story about it? Working around Australia may be the answer to your storytelling dream…

Can you think of a better way to create a story to tell? Travelling around one of the most magical of landscapes, doing a little work, playing a little, eavesdropping on the locals’ lives. Sounds idyllic? For a writer, it’s grist of the mill, storytelling in the making if you like. Warren Williams, of Work…