Travel writing may sound like the dream job, but the business of freelancing also takes discipline and determination, advises New York Times writer Tim Neville.
You may think you have the greatest story idea ever, but chances are you’re going about it all wrong, says New York Times writer Tim Neville.
Travel writers have been inspiring us to journey to new and exciting destinations for centuries, and we're as hungry as ever to read about where we could go next ... and what to do when we get there.
Navigate travel writing earnings and expenses with the expert guidance of New York Times writer Tim Neville.
Freelance travel writing is a whole lot easier when you can pitch and deliver articles editors actually want, advises NY Times writer Tim Neville.
It's not all fun and freebies. Working hard during a travel writing trip is essential for professionals wanting their stories to stand out.
Put your ego aside and deliver the travel story an editor wants – your career may well depend on it, says NY Times writer Tim Neville.
Pitch your idea to an editor and lock in a travel writing commission with a little help from our expert, New York Times writer Tim Neville.
New to travel writing? NY Times writer Tim Neville reveals how to make a name for yourself as a freelancer and get published where it counts.
The best travel articles involve more than just great writing. New York Times writer Tim Neville says the steps freelancers take before they sit down to write make all the difference.
Want to make more money out of freelance travel writing? New York Times writer Tim Neville shares his expert income-boosting tips.