Do you have the ability to hire and train for freelance writing positions?

This article is an excerpt from the new book, Do You Have the Ability to Hire and Train for Freelancing Writing Positions?

by Lai K. Chen.

You can read the book online and order it here.

The book is available for preorder from or

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If you’ve got an interest in freelance writing and/or have written for a publication that has recently published a book about freelancing, you’ll want to take advantage of our special offer.

This special offer is valid until October 20, 2017 and will allow you to submit one of the book covers, one or more articles, or one or two of your own writing samples for consideration by our editors.

The cover or sample will be judged by our team and the book will be published by the book’s publisher.

You will not receive any compensation for the cover or samples submitted.

If this special offer seems like it’s a bit of a stretch, we hope that it is.

In the meantime, here are some tips to get started.

First, let’s get started with your cover.

This cover is the first one you’ll need to submit.

If the cover is your first, you’re in luck: The deadline is October 20.

If not, the deadline is September 30.

The cover will need to be at least one page in length and should include a brief introduction and brief bio.

You don’t need to include a full cover photograph, however, so feel free to do so if it helps the cover stand out.

Your cover should include your name, email address, phone number, and Twitter handle, which will allow your editor to reach you directly.

Include the book title and cover art.

Your cover should be about 3.5 by 4.5 inches (9.2 by 11.2 centimeters) on a white background and about 1/8-inch (1.2 millimeters) thick (5.1mm by 9.3mm).

The cover should ideally be free of any type of distracting ads or other distracting elements.

For example, it’s probably not a good idea to include an image of a business card with your name on it.

You should also include a quote from your cover, preferably from a book you’ve written, a recent blog post, or an article about freelancers.

If it doesn’t work, you can always edit the cover yourself.

We’re also looking for your cover letter.

The best way to submit it is to submit a one-page cover letter with the following text: I am writing about my experience in writing for freelance and independent publishers.

The title of my piece is in bold type, and I have provided links to my previous work and contact information.

The article will be considered for consideration when the book is selected.

We’ll use the cover letter to determine if we want to publish the book or not.

If we publish, we will publish the cover and sample as a part of the submission.

If they don’t work out, you will be credited as the author of the piece, as described below.

The last thing we’re looking for is a sample.

Sample writing is the perfect place to begin your freelance writing career.

You’ll want something that gives you the confidence to go freelance, and that will help you stand out from the crowd.

Sample writers include a short bio and a sample of a book or article you’ve previously written, so you can demonstrate you’re a writer who has the potential to create an impact.

If an article is already out there and is available on Amazon or other sites, we’ll recommend it to you.

If a book is already available, we can also recommend it.

Sample samples can include a paragraph or two on how to best use your skills and knowledge, as well as a brief description of your experience and your current position.

Sample letters should also be in the following format:Dear Lai Chen,I am writing to ask if I could work with you to create a sample for my book, so that you can read it and give me feedback.

Your book is called “A Journey Into the Mind of a Writer,” and I’m writing to tell you how to get a sample to help you write your book.

The book will describe the process of creating a cover and/ or sample, and the process for choosing a publisher.

I’ll also show you a sample book cover and give you a look at how to create your own cover and a short summary of the cover art, so I know what to expect.

I’m a student of the business of writing, and