For as long as I’ve been freelancing, I’ve operated as a sole proprietor, but I’ve always had long-term plans to move beyond that. In fact, it’s been a(n almost) lifelong dream to own a company — a dream I’ve finally realized.
It’s been a long time coming, but I’ve finally gone ahead and redesigned my freelance site.
Writing has been my passion for as long as I can remember and though freelance writing is my career, I’m often working on writing fantasy fiction in my free time.
To that end, I can finally add “published author” to my biography after publishing my debut fantasy-fiction novella IN CROWS’ CLAWS.
764 miles over 12 hours and 10 minutes.
That’s how long it took me to drive from Rhode Island to West Virginia last week.
And I loved every single second of my trip.
Your website serves as your business’s digital identity on the internet. It provides a format for you to list your products and services, a little bit of information about your company and its founders, perhaps an address to your physical storefront, and a means of contact for customers who want to get in touch with you.