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How to Break Through Writer's block
Every serious writer has dealt with writer's block at some point in their career and when they've leaned some ways to break through it, they have come out stronger on the other side. More ...
What I Learned My First 30 Days As a Freelance Copywriter
After establishing a mentorship and getting my feet wet with a few courses, I was ready to start building my writing portfolio with real assignments. This is what I learned. More ...
Children's Book Publishers and Young Readers - How to Wow Them With Your Story
Let's face it, some kids just don't like to read. Publishers are looking for books that will
appeal to reluctant readers. There are eight qualities possessed by great books for reluctant
readers. If you work at least three of the elements listed in this article into your book,
it will be loved even by kids to whom reading is a chore. More ...
How to Write a Book in 48 Hours
More books published equals more readers and sales! This article is all about how to create non-fiction books quickly that have tremendous value for the reader. More ...
Are You a Terrible Writer?
Adam Kosloff, who has written 31,000+ original web pages since 2003, says you don't need to
have perfect writing and grammar to pump out web pages, blog posts, eBooks, emails, etc,
effortlessly and rapidly. More ...
The Elements of a Good Picture Book
Because the number of words is relatively small, many writers consider a picture book
an easy option. They are very wrong to do so. Picture book writing is one of the
hardest and most competitive fields of all. So what are the elements of a good picture book? More ...
Writing e-Newsletters ? Tricks of the Trade
An emailed newsletter serves much the same purpose as a traditional company newsletter.
Think of it as a short newspaper ? but instead of relating to a town, city or country,
it relates to your business. More ...
What You Must Include In Your Ghostwriting Contract
Before starting a huge book ghostwriting project you'll need to get some information in writing.
Call it a contract, or agreement, either way, the project is too big to move forward without
agreeing on several important points beforehand. More ...
Freelance Writers Marketing 101
The one thing all freelance writers should begin doing at some point in their career
is marketing themselves. There are so many ways to do that these days that the list
is literally off the charts. So what can YOU do to help market yourself as a great freelance writer? More ...
How to Punctuate Dialogue
Dialogue is an important element of fiction, however, before you use dialogue in your writing, it's important to know how to punctuate it. Learning a few basic rules can make your writing look and feel professional. More ...
An Introduction to Freelance Copywriting
Copywriters are pursuing freelance copywriting more and more these days because of the
great opportunities it offers. If you're interested in freelancing, then here are some
basic pointers to help you get an idea of what is involved. More ...
How to Make Magic With an Old Book From the Public Domain!
It is extremely simple to do and very straightforward to make an automatic online income
from an Old Book in the Public Domain about magic tricks, card tricks or similar material.
Millions are currently being made all over the world from Historic Books and other
products in the Public Domain. More ...
Plotting a Children's Book
How do we take an idea and develop it into a plot for a children's book? How do we work out what to write once we have the initial idea? Here's a basic plot outline. More ...
Upward and Onward with Ezine Income
You earn income by selling advertising in your ezine. Just to get a rough idea, let's
say you charge about $5 per 1000 subscribers, you have 50,000 subscribers, and you publish
two issues each month with eight ads in each issue. This earns you $48,000.00 per year. More ...