Wednesday, June 1, 2016

May's INCOME REPORT #wahm #writer #proofreader

Bear with my all-over-the-place adult ADD brain here, subscribers and those new to the site, because I am migrating this blog to The Published Parent over here. I am re-titling the 7th edition of "Make Money to Write About Your Kids" and The Published Parent encompasses everything I want to pass on to fellow writers.

We are going to have fun getting you published in magazines over and over using your reprints, online and with your very own book projects!

Please head over and check out my May Income Report. I'll be contacting everyone on my email subscriber list to talk about moving your subscription!

And hey, article and ebook and print book writers and everything in between, if you need a reasonable proofreader, don't forget that my main job is proofreading! You can check out my reviews and a link to order here!


Monday, May 2, 2016

Local Parenting Magazine Market to Try: Boston Parents Paper


The following market is taken from my ebook "Make Money to Write About Your Kids: Get Published in Parenting and Family Magazines." The ebook contains 285 national, regional, international and online PAYING markets and is available in print or Kindle version here. 


BOSTON PARENTS PAPER (locals only)
Norwood, MA – monthly                                              bostonparentspaper.com
Phone: 617-522-1515                                 cheryl.crosby@bostonparentspaper.com
Guidelines: The Boston Parents Paper has no formal guidelines, but generally never works with writers who live outside of our region. Department length pieces should be no more than 1,000 words, while features should be no more than 1,600-1,800 words in most cases. We consider queries, but for the most part we do not accept reprints. We do usually require a Resource List (as a sidebar) at the end of any major department article or feature with books, websites and organizations readers can turn to for more information. We also like sidebars or boxes with bulleted tips offering parents real, actionable steps toward solving a particular problem or dealing with an issue.
Approximate pay: We pay anywhere from $100-4oo.
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