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Published on Nov 17, 2016
Can’t find time to write? You’re not alone. Writer Kate McCorkle had the same problem. With four young children and a job as a professional freelance writer, Kate McCorkle couldn’t find time to write in her busy schedule. And she certainly couldn’t find time to actually submit her writing for publication! After talking things over with her husband, Kate decided it was time to find more time to write. She made an investment in her future by joining Writer’s Relief (http://www.writersrelief.com).
Writer’s Relief is an author’s submission service that assists writers with the process of getting published in literary journals (or of securing literary agent representation for a book). Most clients of Writer’s Relief are like Kate McCorkle: they want more time to write. Our clients have included professors, members of the military, administrative professionals, engineers, doctors, stay-at-home-moms, and professional bestselling authors. Writers are admitted to the Writer’s Relief program based on the strength of their writing samples. Though our diverse clients include poets, short story authors, essayists, novelists, and other book authors, they all have one thing in common. They want to know how to find more time to write.
By taking on the job of helping our clients get published, the staff here at Writer’s Relief helps writers make more time for their writing. With our 22+ years of experience in the publishing industry, we take on the research, paperwork, and manuscript preparation that’s needed to get published; our clients are allowed to focus on what they do best: writing. When you have someone else writing your cover letter (or query letter), researching the best literary markets for your work, and proofreading/formatting your submissions, you will have more time to write. Writer’s Relief is a trusted name in the writing community with a reputation for personalized, ethical submissions.
Career writers know that submitting their work for publication is a key step in reaching their goals—but that means making time for the frustrating task of preparing submissions and researching literary markets. Writers like Kate McCorkle invest in themselves by making time to write without sacrificing the submission strategy that will help them get their writing published. If you would like to learn more about how Writer’s Relief can help you make time to write, we invite you to contact us today.