We want writers and artists!
Isn't it nice to know you're wanted? And, we'll pay
you too ... well, sort of.
Okay, here's the deal. We want freelance writers
who have original ideas for products to pitch us
their concepts and write for us. You do the
writing, we'll do the editing, the layout, the art,
and produce it for pdf and print sale, and then
toss it out there into the big, bad world. You will
be compensated with 25% of profits over the
expenses for the life of the product.
Artists, here's how it is: we always need freelance
artists to produce original material for us. The
financial deal is the same as with writers: 25% of
the product's profits for the life of the product.
What we need from you is about one piece of art for
every 4 pages of the project, plus a cover image.
What's with this 25% thing? I hear you, and here's
the answer: because we're poor and can't pay much
out of pocket. Rather than pay you a little now, we
would rather pay you a little over a long period of
time. The thing is, that little stretched out over
time will likely be a lot more little than the
little you would have received had we just paid you
a little up front. Make sense?
So, for instance, if you write a book that retails
for $8 pdf on rpgnow, and they take a 35% chunk
(the total expenses), we are left with a $5.20
profit. You, the writer, would receive $1.30 per
book. How much will this mean over the long run?
It's tough to say, but I would guess anywhere from
50 to 200 books would sell in the first year.
you're interested ...
and send an email saying you want to write or draw.
Please mention any work you have done, and feel
free to send us samples (email them directly
And we'll get back to you.