All posts tagged "freelance writing advice"

  • It’s Time To Take Your Writing (And Yourself) Seriously - Writer'slife.org
    It’s Time To Take Your Writing (And Yourself) Seriously

    There are so many writers out there that keep their writing, and the fact that they love it, as a deep, dark shameful secret that they don’t want anyone to know about. By pretending that we are not...

    • Posted January 13, 2017
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  • Ways To Reward Yourself For Writing - Writer's Life.org
    Ways To Reward Yourself For Writing

    One of the best ways to make sure that you keep up with all your writing goals this year is to give yourself rewards every time you do!We all know that writing is challenging, and even though...

    • Posted January 7, 2017
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  • How To Give Constructive Criticism On Writing - Writer's Life.org
    How To Give Constructive Criticism On Writing

     It an be quite daunting when a writer gives you something of their work to read. You want to give them useful feedback but, knowing how sensitive writers can be it can often feel easier just to...

    • Posted January 7, 2017
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  • Improve Your Writing Skills Today! - Writer's Life.org
    Improve Your Writing Skills Today!

    Whether you are hoping to finally write that novel or looking to start a freelance writing career, having good writing skills is crucial. The best writers will always be looking for ways to improve their writing skills....

    • Posted January 5, 2017
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  • Don't Be The Person That Stops Your From Writing - Writer's Life.org
    Don’t Be The Person That Stops You From Writing

    Writers can come up with all sorts of weird and wonderful excuses not to write. But the truth is if you don’t sit down and get on with it then you’ll never get anywhere - and the...

    • Posted December 30, 2016
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  • 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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