Have you been with us since the beginning, or did you join mid-stream? We’re a little more than halfway through our 30-day primer on how to become a freelance nurse-writer, so I thought I’d take a moment to round up all the #RN2Writer posts so far.

Become a Nurse Writer in 30 Days

From Nurse to Writer in 3 Easy Steps

Essential Writing Skills for Nurses

How to Set Up Your Freelance Writing Business – Part One

How to Set up Your Freelance Writing Business – Part Two

5 Nursing Skills that Transfer to Freelance Writing

3 Profitable Niches for Nurse-Writers

5 Ways to Get Writing Samples When You’re Just Starting Out

3 Marketing Tactics for Nurse-Writers

Do You Want to be a Flack or a Hack?

How (and Where!) to Find Your First Freelance Clients

Rock Your Letter of Introduction (LOI)

Why & How Nurse Writers Should Specialize

Working with Healthcare Marketing Agencies

Freelance Marketplaces to Avoid

Dealing with Rejection as a Freelance Nurse-Writer

That should catch you up! I hope you find it useful to have all the content to date in one blog post. You also can always search the RN2Writer category to locate these posts.

Let me know in the comments thread what major challenges you face as a freelance nurse-writer, and I’ll address them in future blog posts! Don’t forget to subscribe to the blog — and also to the RN2Writer newsletter — by using the forms at right.

Wishing you well!