Here it is, Z Word on Facebook.
As I revamp my website to reflect my fast developing writing and editing service, called Z Word, I am simultaneously expanding its social media reach. Because, as well all know, that's one of the ways that people network today. We have a strong web presence, we Tweet, we show our face on Facebook.
Z Word is and isn't new. After all, I've been writing and editing, well, forever. Here a bit, there a bit, evening hours and weekends. Now, at long last, I am cutting the cord with other employers and making a life on writing and editing alone. Z Word, LLC, is to become my full-time work. I am tucking my online literary magazine, The Smoking Poet, under its umbrella.
Not an easy move, as it has taken decades of working for others to establish myself on ground that won't collapse underneath me at first dry month of income. Someone asked me recently, how do I do it? That isn't easy to answer. The passion began for the child, always knowing who I was, a writer, and what I love to do, where I find my bliss--in a good word, finely turned. It never occurred to me to do anything else. Every step along the way was toward this goal.
At last, I could check off all the prerequisite boxes. I am ready. Even having the "office" in place, my beloved Z Acres, the headquarters that keeps on giving. Not a small thing. This office with a view (ten acres deep in the country) gives me courage, strength, respite and inspiration to work at my craft. I even bring the occasional client here.
Will I succeed? Watch and see. Better yet, hire me. Here's what I do:
Zinta offers freelance writing and editing services in:
Annual reports and company overviews
Fortune magazine's ranking applications (100 Best Places to Work)
Resumes and cover letters
Visit www.zintaaistars.com for more information, writing samples, references.