Two more mistakes that beginning writers make

Two more mistakes that beginning authors make By Paul F. Murray, Wealthy Affiliate member   So you’ve started writing that Great American Novel that has always been inside your head and now you’re putting it down on paper, or, more accurately these days, on your computer screen. You look forward to finding a publisher, or … [Read more…]

Three reasons to avoid survey work

  Three reasons to avoid survey work By Paul F. Murray Looking for a way to make extra money on your own time? One false method that may seem easy and lucrative at first is survey work. Retirees, homemakers, low-income workers, all of them may see survey work as exactly what they have been looking … [Read more…]

Is Millionaire Mailers Club a Scam?

  By Paul F. Murray It sounded so simple and easy—too easy. Just send Millionaire Mailers Club a check or money order for $198 and they send all the paperwork necessary to just send out mailings and rake in the money. Make hundreds or even thousands a week just for doing mailings. Be a retiree … [Read more…]

Five mistakes that beginning novelists make

  By Paul F. Murray, Wealthy Affiliate member Poor grammar and punctuation   This may seem like a no-brainer, but believe me, there are authors out there who think this is simply not an important item to consider. I do book reviews for a review service (as well as being a published author myself) and … [Read more…]

One promise freelance writers need to be wary of

By Paul F. Murray, Wealthy Affiliate member, online business establishing platform I started a year ago with a freelance writing platform that listed lots of magazines and other places to publish articles and stories. I paid a registration fee for the site, which promised “Make $2,000-$10,000 your first week!!!”  Yeah, right. As for that $2,000-$10,000 … [Read more…]

One consideration for wannabe writers

grammar By Paul F. Murray Writing your first novel—grammar and punctuation. Writing your first article. So you want to make legitimate money through a work-at-home project? One way is Wealthy Affiliate. See my article post “Wealthy Affiliate–Legitimate, non-scam moneymaker” for further information about WA and a link to their website. Another way that many people … [Read more…]

One good criterion for legitimate job boards

By Paul F. Murray, Wealthy Affiliate member How useful are job boards? You are looking for a non-scam, legitimate work at home opportunity where you can be your own boss, work on your own schedule and not on a schedule that somebody else dictates for you, and where you can make some honest-to-goodness money. One … [Read more…]

Three frequent scams

  By Paul F. Murray, Wealthy Affiliate member People looking for legitimate work at home jobs are frequent targets for scammers. This is a shortened version of my other article relating to oft-used scams and how to spot them and tell the difference between real honest-to-goodness work at home options, and false hopes. . But … [Read more…]

Upwork review

By Paul F. Murray I have been an Upwork customer on and off for the past couple of years. There are a lot of good legitimate things about Upwork, and also a few problem areas. First, the good. With Upwork, I have actually gotten work to do. I didn’t have to compete against dozens or … [Read more…]