Pay What It’s Worth (PWIW) Pricing for Writing Resources

There are so many writing-related resources available through various avenues (websites, Amazon, brick & mortar stores, giveaways, and so on), and sometimes we can find “the perfect” book, audio, checklist, what-have-you, but realize it’s a bit out of our reach financially.

The Renegade Writer is a resource for freelance writers, and its owners, Linda Formichelli and Diana Burrell recently conducted an experiment with their audience that allowed people to name their own price(s) on books and other writing-related resources the authors offer. They considered it a successful experiment and are now keeping the PWIW (pay what it’s worth) pricing for everyone.

They encouraged people to share the news, and so, here I am, as I feel you may find something helpful if you are considering freelancing. I’m not being compensated in any way, simply sharing something that may be of value.

13ways_ebook_cover-188x300-188x300PWIW is pay what it’s worth to you, the minimum being $1, the maximum being whatever you like. Check out the resources at The Renegade Writer Store and decide for yourself if any of the books or other products are of interest and value to you.

Ebooks include:

  • Become-a-Confident-Freelance-Writer-COVER_188x300-188x300Write Your Way Out of the Rat Race…And Step Into a Career You Love, includes exclusive free downloads, too (originally $9.99)
  • The Renegade Writer: A Totally Unconventional Guide to Freelance Writing Success, second edition (originally $9.99) –[I have the first edition and found it inspiring]
  • Become a Confident Freelance Writer (originally $4.95)
  • Write for Magazines E-Course book (originally $29)
  • and more!

A new item in the store is a meditation called “Positive Thinking for Writers – Meditation Podcast” (originally $19.99) — with soothing music and sounds from nature, it could be something your muse enjoys.

If you find any of the resources useful, please let us know!

LisaJJackson_2014Lisa J. Jackson is an independent writer and editor who enjoys working with manufacturing, software, and technology businesses of all sizes. She loves researching topics, interviewing experts, and helping companies tell their stories. You can connect with her on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

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