30 Sites that Pay Writers

Thank you! So good that you publish these lists, Bridgitte

Nicholas C. Rossis

Make money writing-finance | From the blog of Nicholas C. Rossis, author of science fiction, the Pearseus epic fantasy series and children's book Image: Pixabay

I came across this post from the Maltese Tiger via Don Massenzio’s blog. At first, I wanted to reblog the original post. However, there was no obvious way of doing so, and reblogging Don’s post would make you jump through hoops. After some head-scratching, I decided to post a lightly edited version here with links to the original post.

So, from the Smithsonian Magazine to Playboy, here are thirty websites that will pay you for your writing:

Get Abstract

Getabstract is looking for writers who can write summaries of popular non-fiction texts. If you’ve got a knack for distilling big chunks of information into bite-size pieces, then you might want to check them out. Follow the link below to submit an application to their editors. It’ll take about ten days for them to get back to you, but if you’re chosen you can start to accept open assignments…

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Loretta Jackson and Vickie Britton, sisters and co-authors, have a super cozy read in store for you.  AN ICY DEATH is only 99c!  Nab it while it is on promotion. @vickiebrit #ASMSG #RRBC #cozyreads #IARTG

ezgif.com-gif-maker (3).gifIn the heart of a raging blizzard Sheriff Jeff McQuede discovers a woman frozen to death in her car. At first he believes her death to be an unfortunate accident–until he finds clues that point to cold-blooded murder. Margaret’s husband, Arthur, left her in the stalled vehicle to brave the storm and manages to reach Joe Trevino’s isolated ranch. The case becomes more complicated because of the recent warehouse robberies at Trevino’s store. McQueede finds that Trevino is Margaret Burnell’s business partner, and that she has traveled from their Casper store to conduct a company audit. In addition, Margaret has planned to meet with her only child, a run-away daughter she hasn’t seen in years. Trevino, the missing daughter, and Arthur Burnell would all profit financially from Margaret’s demise. Has a relentless killer tracked and sabotaged the Burnells, or did Arthur simply abandon his wife for his share of the money, leaving her to die an icy death?

AN ICY DEATH is the fifth book in the Jeff McQuede High Country Mystery Series. Each book in the series contains a complete story and can be read as a stand-alone.