It is not often that I review a non-fiction book. But sometimes an author will write a good nonfiction book which I really enjoy and decide to review. Because this is a nonfiction book the review is slightly different and shorter.
The Freelancer Writer’ Handbook is a short how to guide on how you can get started in the freelancing world. Each chapter is clearly laid out with tips, best practices and pros and cons of everything to help anyone who wishes to be a freelancer to start. What the book doesn’t really tell you is about the bidding processes. However the author does seem to know what they are talking about and some good insider information about certain sites that will give you a heads up to get started. The writing is clear and concise and the book isn’t overloaded with several technical or industry terms so anyone could pick this book up and read it.
If you are looking to get started in the Freelancer world, then this is a book which you may enjoy. Even if you don’t want to be a freelancer but have wondered about the industry then you may want to try this book.