While our primary goal is to build resources for authors, we’ve quickly discovered that one natural by-product of our efforts is that we can easily create resources for reviewers. And so we’re inviting book reviewers to join our community as well!
Our Listings of Freelancers
For months, we’ve been collecting web sites of freelancers and companies that provide professional services to authors. We have dozens of these resources already listed in our Freelancers section in our Library. Our goal is to gather more specific information and create a Freelancers Database (we call it FRED) that will allow authors to search more specifically for the help they need. Like our Database of Reviewers (DOR), listing in the database will be free. Curious to learn more about such a database? Meet DOR
Why Freelancers Should Consider Joining
- Our primary goal is to have the best communications possible. By registering, you have easy access to setting your email preferences with us. Plus, it tells us you’re interested in interacting. Believe me, we appreciate it.
- You’ll gain easy access to our Freelancers Database (FRED) Survey, where you can add or update your professional services information. We’ll keep you apprised of changes in the database development and usage as it evolves; meanwhile, we’ll make sure you’re on our Freelancers pages in the Library.
- We’ve developed content helpful to freelancers. We’re compiling and writing material to help authors, and many freelancers have similar issues: websites, marketing, FTC regulations, and more. Yep, still free. We promise!
- Ready to join? Join Now
Don’t Like Commitment?
We understand that commitment isn’t for everyone, and you don’t have to join. If you’re not yet listed on our pages but want to add your information without registering with our site, fill out the Freelancers Survey. Freelancer Survey
We look forward to working with you, and we hope you’ll join us.