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8 Ways to Write a Winner Book Fast!


Have you given up on getting your book out of your heart intothe hands of your readers? Don't give up. There's an easy way todo anything and a more difficult way.

7 Weapons to Conquer the Giant Procrastination Keeping You from Your Book Dream


Have you been guilty of procrastinating on your book project,lately? Like the author, many writers get hung up with wrongthinking about writing and completing their books. They feel like aloser because they have stopped and started countless of times overthe years.

The Psychology Of Effortless Writing


I love writing. I love the swirl and swing of words as they tangle with human emotions.

Formats for Writing Life Narratives


Q and A.Best choice when subject is very verbal or there are two or more people beinginterviewed or taped at the same time.

Getting the Story Down


Questions and answers on writing life experiences for ourselves and others.Index of Questions1.

Reasons for Recording Your Life Story


1. No one else will do it for you.

Rules for Getting the Story Down


1. Write it fast, fix it later.

The Untold Secrets of Writing Best Selling Childrens Books


Ever wondered how the most successful children's book writers get their ideas? The answer may surprise you.Most children's books are based on the same exact story - good versus evil.

Call Yourself a Writer? Where Are Your Notes?


Writers are notorious collectors of slips of paper. They tear articles from magazines in the doctor's waiting room; they rip corners off newspapers in friend's houses because they need to write down something witty; and they stuff their bags and pockets with serviettes, cigarette packs, and discarded train tickets just because note making's second nature to them.

Why Should You Use Worksheets For Proofreading?


Proofreading worksheets are a great tool to help individuals open their eyes to the mistakes that are commonly made. These are used to help teach a person how to spot mistakes in copy.

Friendly Critiques


When a writer is working on their next literary masterpiece the first opinions to be asked for are usually those of the writer's family and friends. But often when we ask for a friendly critique we get more than we anticipated.

Ghostwriting - Making Money by Being Invisible


My bookcase take up one whole wall in the family room, from floor to ceiling. It shows my eclectic reading tastes.

How Can You Find Freelance Work As A Writer?


For those looking at the jobs listings for writers, they may find themselves feeling left out. There are simply not enough employment options available.

How You Can Take Advantage of the Increasing Demand for Freelance Online Writers


The freelance writing market is a growing market to be in. There are many jobs available, but sometimes, it can be hard to find the work that you want, and available at the time you want it to be.

How You Can Become a Certified and Profitable Proofreader


A certified proofreader is one that has taken a few courses and learned the proper way to do proof reading work. It is essential that individuals who want to become proof readers, have qualifications that can help them to prepare work that is of high quality. More Articles from Writing Information:
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