Free Money for Writers (Seriously)

Make good use of your time this weekend (and I don't just mean sunburning poolside). Check out ways you can get grants to cover your writing expenses (which can include research trips, child care, writing retreat travel expenses, website development and more). You have to put in a little work, but the payoff can be huge and can allow you time to focus less on bills and more on writing. Check out these two great articles on grant writing.
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Make good use of your time this weekend (and I don't just mean sunburning poolside). Check out ways you can get grants to cover your writing expenses (which can include research trips, child care, writing retreat travel expenses, website development and more). You have to put in a little work, but the payoff can be huge and can allow you time to focus less on bills and more on writing.

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Check out these two great articles on grant writing:

- Free Money for Writers

- Where to Find Writing Grants

Have a wonderful weekend, everyone. May it be filled with fun, laughter and just barely enough sleep to not get in the way of your writing. If anyone has had some success with grant writing I'd love to hear about it in the comments section.

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