|Turn Your Writing Talent
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|..Sell Your Songs, Poems & Lyrics for Cash and Royalty Checks!
By Susan Anderson
As the music industry continues to churn
out hit song after hit song, most record
companies, music publishers and
recording artists have turned to poets and
writers for new song material,to keep up
with the demand for new hit songs.
Whether you write lyrics, songs,
poems or any type of material that can
be used by recording artists to create a
potential hit, new song material is
needed by recording artists all over the
world, and this is perhaps the best time
we've ever seen to sell your songs,
poems and lyrics.
Selling your songs, poems and lyrics
is easier today than even just a few
months ago, as more and more
recording artists and music publishers
are turning to writers and poets for
great lyrics and new song material.
"Writing words for songs is a very
special talent, and can be the key to
what makes it a hit song", explains
music publisher Rachel Simpson.
And that explains why so many
managers and agents are now turning
to poets and writers for new song
material ... and buying new potential
hit material for the recording artists
Many of today's recording artists don't
write songs, including some of the
biggest stars like Rihanna, Britney
Spears and Carrie Underwood. So as
the demand for new hit song material
continues to increase, more and more
poets and writers are cashing-in on
the opportunity, and turning their
poems and song-lyrics into cash
and royalty checks!
If you would like to sell your poems, songs
or lyrics, we'll send you a FREE copy of
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