A Company Hired Me to Write for Them Because of a Tweet

Meg Dowell Writes

About a year ago, I was bored, restless, and casually looking for more excuses to write.

A few months earlier, I had quit freelance writing, tired of the inconsistent work, minimal paychecks, and difficult to work with clients. I already had a full-time writing job. But I wanted something more.

Several weeks earlier, I had subscribed to my first-ever book subscription box. (I was bored, remember?) It was a Star Wars-themed box that sent out monthly books and other cool stuff. I’d visited their website several times and tried very hard to ignore the fact that they had a blog.

I have this habit of wanting to participate in things that interest me. Some people are totally content sitting back and observing, but there’s something in my brain that just says, “Get in there!”

After fighting the urge to reach out to Youtini about their blog — did they need…

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