Happy Black Friday, everyone!
It’s the busiest shopping day of the year, but there’s no need to brave the crowds just yet. We’ve spotted some great deals around the web that will be kind to your wallet and take your writing career to the next level.
We’ve compiled these awesome finds for you right here, so browsing and shopping is quick and easy and you can get back to eating leftover pumpkin pie.
The Best Holiday Deals for Writers
The following deals are good all weekend long!
Black Friday through Cyber Monday
Be unconventional: Chris Guillebeau’s Unconventional Guides are 25 percent off through Monday when you use the code GRAVY. This includes his guide to freelance writing and guide to living and working anywhere.
Become a VA: Gina Horkey is offering the “growth” package of her 30 Days or Less to Virtual Assistant Success for $39 (originally $69). This is a self-paced training on how to use the skills you have, like writing, content production, and research, to become a full-time virtual assistant.
Start blogging: Sophie Lizard’s Get Started for Freelance Blogging Success is 50 percent off. This course provides step-by-step guidance on how to up your blogging game and start your own blogging business.
Earn more: Carol Tice and Linda Formichelli are offering pay-what-it’s-worth for Escape the Content Mills. This five-week online course will help you get off the hamster wheel of poorly-paying content production and find clients who will pay for your value.
Cyber Monday only
Get ready to grab these deals before they’re gone on Monday!
Self-publish your book: Get a lifetime all-access pass to The Self-Publishing Success Summit for $97 (originally $297). This includes access to 31 expert interviews on writing, marketing, and monetizing your self-published book.
Get better clients: Sophie Lizard’s The Freelance Blogger’s Client Hunting Masterclass is half off. In this online course, you will learn exactly how to find and win high-paying clients, with real-life examples from Lizard’s own freelance blogging business.
What skills are you looking to build during the holiday season? We’d love to hear from you in the comments!