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Recession-proof your freelance writing: how to earn during covid-19 and other tumultuous times

Recession-proof your freelance writing: how to earn during covid-19 and other tumultuous times
Ekta Ekta 9 days ago
Carol Tice 0 Comments Check out Carol Tice’s new e-book The Recession-Proof Freelancer: A 12-Point Plan for Thriving in Hard Times. Feeling nervous about what’s happened to freelancing during COVID-19? If so, you’re not alone. But you can recession-...
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Where to submit short stories: 30 magazines and websites that want your work

Where to submit short stories: 30 magazines and websites that want your work
Chen Chen 22 June, 2020
Farrah Daniel and Kelly Gurnett 278 CommentsUPDATED Before you submit your work, run it through a grammar checker! Here are several grammar checkers to choose from. Trying to find a sense of community comes with the territory of being a writer. Whet...
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8 styles of music to help you focus while you write

8 styles of music to help you focus while you write
Ekta Ekta 12 June, 2020
Dana Sitar 27 CommentsUPDATED Regardless of what makes you tick, we all seem to be universally moved by one thing: music. We use our favorite songs to get pumped up for competition, stay motivated through a workout and drown our sorrows after a breaku...
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How to publish your story in chicken soup for the soul, according to its editor-in-chief

How to publish your story in chicken soup for the soul, according to its editor-in-chief
Ekta Ekta 31 May, 2020
Peggy Frezon 22 CommentsUPDATED With more than 250 titles (so far!) and 101 stories in each book, “Chicken Soup for the Soul” is an excellent market for novice and experienced writers alike.  But just because there are so many opportunities, don’t as...
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Publisher rocket vs kd spy: which is best for you?

Publisher rocket vs kd spy: which is best for you?
Prestige Prestige 20 May, 2020
ASSESSMENT BLOG ABOUT RESOURCES USearchtHelpLoginJoin Our Writing GrouplSelect Page by Brendan Hufford | 0 comments As an author, Amazon is where you need to be if you want to make a success out of your career, whether you’re publishing in Kindl...
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Nanowrimo and beyond: 9 writing challenges for novelists, poets and more

Nanowrimo and beyond: 9 writing challenges for novelists, poets and more
Chen Chen 20 May, 2020
Nicole Dieker 12 CommentsUPDATED Do you have trouble making time to write? Do you wish you had a community to help you work towards your writing goals, including staying on time and finishing your work? Many writers sign up for writing challenges to h...
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Ap, chicago, apa or mla? everything you ever wanted to know about writing style guides

Ap, chicago, apa or mla? everything you ever wanted to know about writing style guides
Prestige Prestige 16 May, 2020
Dana Sitar 0 Comments Early in my writing career, I discovered a troubling truth about those arguments I’d had in my (very, very cool) adolescence about spelling, commas, pronouns and other conundrums of the English language. No right answers exist. ...
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3 ways to use the rule of three in writing to satisfy readers

3 ways to use the rule of three in writing to satisfy readers
Chen Chen 6 May, 2020
ASSESSMENT BLOG ABOUT RESOURCES USearchtHelpLoginJoin Our Writing GrouplSelect Page by Joslyn Chase | 0 comments As writers, we want to capture our readers’ attention, rivet them to the page, and leave them clamoring for more. We want to create ...
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This 30-day course will help you earn a living online as a freelance writer

This 30-day course will help you earn a living online as a freelance writer
Prestige Prestige 27 April, 2020
Dana Sitar 17 Comments Freelance writers come from all walks of life. Few of us knew as youngsters this is what we’d do for a living. That means many of us don’t study anything related to writing or business, or even follow a career path that would na...
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Mount up with wings as horseflies?

Mount up with wings as horseflies?
Ekta Ekta 26 April, 2020
by Rhonda Rhea @RhondaRheaUnbelievable. First of all, it was the biggest horsefly-looking thing I’d ever seen. Was it a bird? A pterodactyl maybe? More horse than fly, really. I think I could’ve saddled it. We’re talking about a horrifyingly large horse...
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How to write a good story: you’ll love this simple method

How to write a good story: you’ll love this simple method
Chen Chen 22 April, 2020
Tal Valante 82 CommentsUPDATED It’s not a secret: there’s a limited number of plots in the world. Some say seven, some say 20. But there are certainly more than seven or 20 original stories circulating about. And as a writer, it’s your job to tell th...
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Stuck at home—what's a writer to do?

Stuck at home—what's a writer to do?
Ekta Ekta 19 April, 2020
by Tammy Karasek @TickledPinkTamWe could agree that most of the country if not the world has been given the orders to stay home. As writers, at least to this one, my first thought was no problem. I’m a writer and I stay home all the time to write. No bi...
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The Write Conversation: No Body

The Write Conversation: No Body
Prestige Prestige 12 April, 2020
by Martin Wiles @LinesFromGodThe body rests there—but not the man. Although Vladmir Lenin died January 21, 1924—and although his wife wished him buried—Lenin’s body still resides in Red Square. Red is often associated with Communism, but actually comes ...
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What to do when crisis disrupts creativity

What to do when crisis disrupts creativity
Anceany Anceany 11 April, 2020
by Beth K. Vogt @BethVogtHave you heard the call – the chorus of calls – to be more creative with all the free time we have, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic?Not that I’m inclined to thank the pandemic for anything – except for the acts of kindness, b...
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A complete guide to understanding, obtaining and using an isbn for your book

A complete guide to understanding, obtaining and using an isbn for your book
Ekta Ekta 9 April, 2020
Leah Campbell 0 Comments When you set out to write and figure out how to self-publish a book, you probably had no idea how much would be involved in the process. Sure, you knew it would be a lot of work. But now that you’re nearing the finish line, y...
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Sometimes you really can’t - 6 tips to help writers embrace the now

Sometimes you really can’t -  6 tips to help writers embrace the now
Prestige Prestige 6 April, 2020
by Ralene Burke @RaleneBOver the last few weeks, a wide variety of emails and blog posts crossed my line of sight. Lots of well wishes, encouragement to push through, ways to overcome, etc. I’ve even been the creator of some of those emails and social m...
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Incidental characters that make your novel zing

Incidental characters that make your novel zing
Chen Chen 6 April, 2020
Minor characters are part of your cast of characters. They come “on stage” from time to time and serve specific purposes in the story. They don’t have huge, front and center roles, but they’re important to the overall plot. The characters at NASA tryin...
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The record-keeper

The record-keeper
Anceany Anceany 5 April, 2020
by Audrey Frank @AudreyCFrankA record of the genealogy of Jesus Christ the son of David, the son of Abraham… Matthew 1:1Matthew was a record-keeper. A former tax collector, he was a professional recorder of numbers and facts. He was a detail-keeper and ...
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When is the right time to hire a book editor?

When is the right time to hire a book editor?
Chen Chen 4 April, 2020
Blake Atwood 34 Comments First-time authors sometimes make a grave mistake when seeking a book editor for their first manuscript. When I started as a freelance editor, I couldn’t put my finger on the problem. But, as my client list grew, I realized wh...
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Can you earn money through substack? these 8 writers prove you can

Can you earn money through substack? these 8 writers prove you can
Anceany Anceany 1 April, 2020
Dana Sitar 0 Comments Since its launch in 2017, Substack has quickly drawn attention from the media industry for its potential to launch a new business model for writers. The platform’s simplest promise — making it easy to set up a subscription and co...
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