All posts tagged "freelance writing advice"

  • Why A Library Is Every Writers Best Friend - Writer's Life.org
    Why A Library Is Every Writers Best Friend

    There are some places that should be sacred to writers. Places where they can go to feel truly immersed in their work, that can inspire them, help them improve and where they feel supported and believed in....

    • Posted December 20, 2016
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  • The People Every Writer Needs In Their Life - Writer's Life.org
    The People Every Writer Needs In Their Life

    Writing can often feel like quite a solitary job. If you spend long hours of your day holed up in your little ‘writing sanctuary’ - with family and friends under strict instruction not to disturb you -...

    • Posted December 16, 2016
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  • How To Juggle Writing With Your Day Job - Writer's Life.org
    How To Juggle Writing With Your Day Job

    For many writers, writing is something that they have to fit in around other work and life commitments. In fact, only a very small proportion of lucky (and talented, of course) writers get to quit their day...

    • Posted December 15, 2016
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  • 5 Things Your Inner Critic Might Say (And Why You Should Ignore Them - writerslife.org
    5 Things Your Inner Critic Might Say (And Why You Should Ignore Them)

    Every author has an inner critic - and while sometimes they can be helpful - they can keep your ego in check, can push you to write the best you possibly can, and make you into a...

    • Posted December 14, 2016
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  • How To Get Your Writing Noticed - Writer's Life.org
    How To Get Your Writing Noticed

    Writing is a tough old game, and there is nothing worse than pouring your heart and soul into your writing only to find that no one pays the least bit of attention to it. Writing is a...

    • Posted December 13, 2016
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  • Are You A Writing Weirdo? Join The Club! - Writer's Life.org
    Are You A Writing Weirdo? Join The Club!

    Writers are strange and inexplicable creatures, and without being one, it is difficult to understand or empathise with their weird habits, or the odd situations they can often find themselves in. But you know what? That’s OK?...

    • Posted December 12, 2016
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  • Do you Know Who You Are Writing For? - Writer's Life.org
    Do you Know Who You Are Writing For?

    When you sit down to write it is always a good idea to ask yourself before you start ‘Who am I writing this for?’ The answer may be obvious and straightforward, or it might be elusive and...

    • Posted December 8, 2016
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  • How To Write More Persuasively - Writer's Life.org
    How To Write More Persuasively

    Any piece of content needs to be able to persuade your reader. It could be to persuade them to buy your product, to agree with your perspective or just persuade them to find what you have to...

    • Posted December 6, 2016
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  • How To Write Faster (And Better Too) - Writer's Life.org
    How To Write Faster (And Better Too)

    All writers constantly want to improve. Even the great ones. No matter how successful you become there is always the fear that your next book will be a flop, or just won’t match up to something you...

    • Posted November 29, 2016
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  • How To Find Your Passion As A Writer - Writer's Life.org
    How To Find Your Passion As A Writer

    We always talk about trying to find your writing voice, but what about finding your passion as a writer? If you can honestly find what you love to write about, then you will find the writing process...

    • Posted November 29, 2016
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