The Reviews Are In! Writers Love the The Fluff-Free Freelance Writing Master Course
I don’t do this often on my blog, but I wanted to take a minute to toot my own horn. My book The Fluff-Free Freelance Writing Master Course has broken the top 100 of Amazon’s Best Seller Rank in all three categories that it is listed in on Amazon.
Plus, I’m getting rave reviews through Amazon, email, Facebook and even on Instagram.
Here’s some reviews from Amazon:
Jenny Gage reviewed: Fluff Free For the Win!! Alina! This is a complete gem!
I've taken courses, read countless "How to Become a Freelancer" freebies, and watched soooo many YouTube videos about online freelancing.
I love your straight shooter style and because of your tangible and practical action steps, I feel like I could ACTUALLY do this for real.
Having spent an entire year hearing so many differing opinions and suggestions, I was burnt out and overwhelmed by all of the decisions and methods out there.
You piece things together simply, and transfer the responsibility to the reader without requiring the purchase of thousands of dollars of add ons like other online coaches.
Can't wait to report back with my success!
Megan reviewed: A No-Nonsense "How-To" Guide and I LOVED it. As a newly minted freelance commercial copywriter, the biggest benefit of the book was finding out that I'm NOT ALONE in handling issues such as pricing, "interesting" offers, and handling challenging clients. Some practical social media steps, too! It's clear that this was written by someone who really knows what it takes to make it and I'm so happy I ran across this book! Recommended for writers at ANY stage of setting up/ running their business.
Apple reviewed: Alina Bradford has gifted newbie freelance writers with this wonderful, insightful, and useful guide. If you're serious about your writing career, this step-by-step program will get you up and running in a short amount of time.
In a nutshell, here's her approach: Avoid writing for crappy pay, especially no pay. She then gives you the tools to land well-paying gigs faster than you probably think possible.
Deanna Balestra: I’ve been a freelance writer for years but I love to support other freelancers by buying and reading their books. This is a great book for new writers looking for a place to start - from finding jobs to writing good content. Many actionable steps and direct links to resources. Also written with a pleasant and funny personality.
Kristi Weinert: Full of pertinent info to get into the Industry. All Freelancers should read before beginning, to help them along their journey.
Cin Clinton: This was the best I've found.
I feel like I've read 50 freelance writing books in the last two months, but this one had me running out to my computer late at night to get busy. I like the writing style and the way she just cuts the crap. I feel like they all make wild promises, but this book really helped me. I feel less intimidated and overwhelmed and like I can make a plan for myself. Anyway, maybe this writing style just clicks with me or something. I'm not willing to give this book back yet. I need more time with it. I'm applying to 12 different places tomorrow. I'm excited. I feel like I'm going to start making more than a penny a word soon because of this book, so thank you. I mean it.
Pen Name reviewed: This book really lit a 🔥 under my butt. So many helpful tips and links that are immediately useful. Not just theory or "fluff," but real life freelancing advice for those starting in the field.
Kindle Customer: I'm a new freelance writer and I was looking for help in where to start. This book is exactly what ideas looking for! Helpful tips for writers block, methods for looking for jobs, what to charge and how, I recommend this to anyone looking for more information on how to improve as a freelance writer!
Alexa D. reviewed: Do you wish to get out of your current job for one where you can write about whatever you want with good pay? Please read The Fluff-Free Freelance Writer Master Course Workbook. This book offers great advice on meeting clients, SEO, social media accounts, and beating writer's block.
I've read freelance writing books before. Most of their content was either too thin or overloaded. This book simply answers my questions and concerns perfectly.
Make sure you do the book's writing assignments. You'll feel better if you do!
Wanda F. Sewell reviewed: This has given me some good insight. It's been a pleasure learning from Alina ... This has given me some good insight. It's been a pleasure learning from Alina Bradford.
S. E. Lentz reviewed: New and useful ideas for freelance writers -- as easy and enjoyable to read as it was helpful. It earned its five stars.
This book gave me some great ideas for finding new freelance writing jobs -- ideas that no other book on freelance writing had offered. So, for that reason alone, this book earns its five stars. Besides that, it was as easy to read as it was helpful and encouraging. The author clearly has a passion for helping fellow freelance writers make good livings with their skills (even as they work to improve them). I'd recommend this book to any freelance writer.
Maria H Blanco reviewed: The Title Says It All Alina Bradford offers succinct solid advice on organizing your work as a freelance writer. This quick read is a roadmap to success that you will want to refer to over and over again.
A.Reader reviewed: Great E-Book for Aspiring Writers Lots of good tips for aspiring freelance writers and bloggers, including how to find your niche, SEO, and blogging. Definitely worth the read!
June Ginchereau reviewed: Excellent and concise guide for new freelance writers. I loved Alina's down to earth approach. I recommend it for all freelancer newbies.