Read about travel writer Roy Stevenson’s most recent adventure in Asia, and how he got it on the house.
Roy Stevenson is a freelance writer based in Seattle, Washington. Since attending our Ultimate Travel Writer's Workshop, he’s had over 350 articles published over 700 times in over 150 magazines and newspapers. Topics include military history and vehicles, history, travel and culture, communications, running, fitness and health, sports, and film festival reviews.
Roy took his wife on a 5-day luxury wine cruise and then sold articles about the things they experienced to magazines for a nice profit.
Ultimate Travel Writer Workshop attendee, Roy Stevenson, had a dozen stories published within 1 month of attending our workshop. Click here to read what Roy is up to now, and how you can achieve a lifestyle similar to his.
Are you interested in eating good food and drinking fine wine for free? Click here to see how travel writer Roy Stevenson gets these great perks.
Looking for new places to sell your travel stories? Travel Writer Roy Stevenson gives us the top travel trends for 2011 and a list of publications where you might sell your articles.
Reselling travel articles: Travel writer Roy Stevenson provides insight and tips for making more money from your articles while working less.
An exciting new opportunity has opened up for freelancers interested in writing about running, fitness, and travel. Formerly titled Her Sports + Fitness, Women’s Running magazine published its first bi-monthly edition this month (January 2009) and greatly encourages freelance submissions.
Roy Stevenson has published more than 100 articles in the 7 months since attending our workshop. And it seems he’s creating quite a stir among our readers.
I’ve just finished an analysis of the 93 articles I’ve had accepted for publication, and I found something very interesting. I noticed that a total of 64 (or 69%) are paid articles, while the remaining 29 are gratis. At first glance, the high number of freebies may look dismal. In fact, they’ve paid off in […]
Wouldn’t it be great if you had a cadre of editors who accept your articles for every one of their issues? Realistically, though, freelance writing isn’t always that stable. However, you can settle for second best — getting your work into their magazines as frequently as possible. Since September 1, 2007, I’ve had over 70 […]