Zedkay wrote: »
I've posted something on the dedicated photographs thread, Colin.
greentomato wrote: »
Can anyone tell me where to find the photographs thread please? thank you....
spiddy100 wrote: »
I snapped a celebrity I spotted on a day out and sent it to HEAT magazine who printed it - still waiting for my £200 though, three months later :mad:
fabwitch wrote: »
I bought the Writers Bureau course on Ebay for £15, and I am enjoying reading it. I recently had an article in Full House Magazine I just supplied the details to a free lance writer and they wrote the article and I received £150. In future now I will write my own and get the full fee. http://www.starnow.co.uk/Magazines-newspapers/index.htm
This is a good site that advertises which Magazines are looking for articles/photographs etc. It really isa good way to make some extra cash
nboldock wrote: »
That's an excellent site which I wasn't previously aware of. Thanks for that. It is now in my "favourites"!
lauradora wrote: »
cheers tabs is that a book??? have you got an isbn number???
ali1972 wrote: »
Writing letters to The Sun is good for £10 every week or so. Just keep it succinct (30 words, no more) and keep it relevent (check the headlines that day). You can email the letter (so no cost of stationery or a stamp) and you can access the articles online (no cost of a paper which I don't want to read anyway). When I can be bothered to do it regularly I find it does pay!
Also, the tips sections in Take a Break, That's Life etc do seem to be short of material. Well worth a go - particularly if you send a photo. I've had quite a few published. I have to say though, some of them must be made up by staff - especially the one that said "save money on spin drying by putting your freshly washed underwear in a salad spinner"... ugh!
New plans have just been announced by the Government
DON'T assume your landlord covers you
Incl £2ish sun cream & £1.50 disposable BBQs