Become a Writer – Getting Started

How to Create Momentum to Move Your Writing Career Forward

Feb 20th, 2017 | By

If you’re just starting to build a writing career or your career is stalled, listen to this episode of Writing Tips from the Working Writer’s Coach. You’ll learn how to create the momentum you need in order to propel your writing career forward. Don’t forget to download the study guide

Back to the Beginning: How to Start Writing

Feb 8th, 2017 | By
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I studied copywriting for a couple of years. I thought I wanted to write Business-to-Business (B2B) copy such as white papers, case studies and articles. The closer I got to prospecting clients, the more stressed I became. Nothing was fun and I hated the marketing. Really! I am a member

How To Get Started Writing

Jan 12th, 2017 | By

You like to write and you want to build a successful career as a freelance writer so you want to know… How to Get Started Writing Creating a successful freelance writing business is really just a numbers game. The more people there are who know about you and the type

An Interview with Stuart M. Harris, Author of the Northeast Quarter

Dec 2nd, 2016 | By
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by Rebecca Camarena Stuart M. Harris began writing for the theater professionally in 1991 when he was invited by the Ensemble Studio Theatre in New York to attend a summer conference. The experience led the native Californian to move to New York to become a playwright. Several of his plays

New Resource for Young Adults Who Want to Write Children’s Books

Nov 19th, 2016 | By
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Write a Children’s Book More and more publishers are creating how-to books about writing for the young adult market. A few years ago, I wrote Write a Romance in Five Simple Steps for Enslow Publishers. And now, one of the newest books in the genre is So You Want to…Write

Are You A Procrastinator by Phyllis Turner

Jun 4th, 2016 | By
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Do you find you keep putting off writing in favor of something else? Cleaning, browsing Facebook, organizing closets… anything except writing? I’m the queen of procrastination and I’ve even wondered if I have ADD and don’t know it. I sit down to write and oh, there’s a new email… and

How to Get a Picture Book Published

Jan 30th, 2016 | By
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by Nancy I. Sanders I started writing because I wanted to write picture books. Every week, I took my two preschoolers, Danny and Ben, to our library. Every week, we lugged home tote bags overflowing with picture books. I devoured them all and read them over and over to

The Morning Nudge is Now on Youtube

Dec 20th, 2015 | By
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The Morning Nudge has been published via email every weekday morning since 2006. These short emails feature a few words of inspiration and motivation to help writers get a little writing done every day. The Morning Nudge also offers helpful resources for writers. Now The Morning Nudge videos are available

Create a Writing Sanctuary

Nov 6th, 2015 | By
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by Irene S. Roth As a writer, you probably spend a lot of time in the confines of your home office. But is this space drab and uninviting? Most office spaces consist of a desk and computer along with drab colored walls. That is not a very motivating space in

The Necessity of Solitude for Writers

Oct 24th, 2015 | By
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by Irene S. Roth Writers tend to be solitary. By necessity, writers need to dream, plan, research and write. There is an element of loneliness to writing for some writers, especially those who are extroverts. To be most successful, extroverted writers will have to learn to deal with the solitude

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