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How to Write a Children's Story
Have you been considering the posibility of writing a childrens book but are not sure how to begin? Follow the guidelines in this article. More ...

Tips to Ghostwrite as a Freelance Writer
If you decide to ghostwrite e-books and trade paperbacks for clients, consider the following: If a client hires you as a "work-for-hire" ghostwriter, then the client pays you for your work, and he owns all rights. Make sure: More ...

Six Ways to Break Into Food Writing
Publishers post guidelines for writers that require published clips to be sent with query letters. Writers cannot get published clips unless they've been published. Here are six ways to conquer that old Catch 22 and break into food writing. More ...

Popular Young Adult Fiction Themes
Young Adult fiction has exploded over the past few years. The Young Adult audience (pre-teens and teens between 13 and 18 years old) is a hot market, steadily growing in popularity and garnering the attention of young readers. More ...

Where to Find Writing Jobs Online
A freelance writer's best resources of finding jobs online are Job boards or sites. While some boards are geared specifically to the freelancer, many others also list other type of jobs. More ...

How to Write Your Information Product
When writing your informtion product Keep these considerations in mind; avoid texting contractions and smiley faces. Keep paragraphs short and don't worry about white space. Use the proper language level. Write for the knowledge level of your audience. And decide if your tone will be conversational or technical. More ...

The Three Commandments of Writing a Children's Picture Book
Many beginners believe writing picture books are a breeze, but it requires a lot of skill to pack a story into a few words. If writing a picture book is your dream, here are some tips to consider before you begin. More ...

Becoming an Online Word Compactor
Writing for online publication differs from writing for print. One difference is length; online pieces tend to be less than 1,000 words in length. Long text passages are difficult to read on-screen, so the key to writing successfully online is to become a "word compactor". More ...

Starting a Career in Freelance Content Writing
As a frequent visitor to online forums filled with entrepreneurial stay-at-home-moms (and dads), I see posts every other day asking questions along the same line. How do I go about starting a career in writing? Where did you get your first writing assignment? More ...

Freelance Journalism Explained
If you want to be a freelance journalist, you'll need to be spending much time hunting down stories, traveling, and writing under short deadlines. If you enjoy that, and if you're interested in some of the best opportunities for personal creativity, then freelance journalism may be for you. More ...

Classifying Children's Fiction
A book is children's fiction if the main character is a child. Adults read about adults. Children read about children. When reading a book, the reader likes to relate to the main character. More ...

New Ways to Earn More Money as a Writer
One common theme among writers is how to make more money. The problem magazines are closing, Newspapers are cuting back on columnists, and magazines are cutting their stable of writers. Instead of fretting about doors shutting in our faces, why not focus on opening new doors. More ...

How to Market Yourself Successfully as a Writer
Marketing should be on top of your priorities after production of your writing. You need to adopt various strategies to get your name out there and display your prowess. Here are a few useful ways to promote yourself and achieve success. More ...

How to Sell Your Writing Skills and Make Money
These useful article writing and selling tips will help budding writers find a firm foothold in the world of content writing. You can plan and prepare your writing career and prevent a trial and error approach. More ...