All posts tagged "writer advice"

  • 7 Ways To Upgrade Your Writing Skills - Writer's Life.org
    7 Ways To Upgrade Your Writing Skills

    Hello, and welcome back to Writer's Life! As writers, sometimes we find ourselves struggling with our craft or asking ourselves how we can do better. Today, I present to you 7 ways to upgrade your writing skills,...

    • Posted December 30, 2015
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  • A Writer's Guide To Social Media Management Tools - Writer's Life.org
    A Writer’s Guide To Social Media Management Tools

    Hello, and welcome back to Writer’s Life.org! Today I’ll provide you with a writer’s guide to social media management tools. Social media is one of the best ways a writer can establish and maintain their Author Brand...

    • Posted December 18, 2015
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  • Using the Hero's Journey To Organize Your Writing - Writer's Life.org
    Using The Hero’s Journey To Organize Your Writing

    Hello and welcome back to Writer’s Life! Today, we’ll be looking at using the Hero’s Journey to organize your writing. The Hero’s Journey is a plotting device adapted from Joseph Campbell’s 1949 book The Hero with a...

    • Posted December 11, 2015
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  • A Writer's Guide To Microsoft Word - Writer's Life.org
    A Writer’s Guide To Microsoft Word

    Welcome back to WritersLife.ORG! Today, I’ll be presenting a writer’s guide to Microsoft Word. Word is the most commonly used application for word processing and writing, and has become the de facto standard for publishers and agents...

    • Posted November 25, 2015
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  • Is Your Manuscript Ready for Submission?

    Share, Pin or Retweet If You Love Writing! The short answer is, you don’t know. You can only send it out and see what response you get. That’s agony. You want to be accepted and published, but...

    • Posted September 11, 2015
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  • Overcome Crippling Doubt The Einstein Way

      Share, Pin or Retweet If You Love Writing. A four-year-old boy sits at home, playing with his toys. He’s hungry, but he doesn’t tell anyone. He’s tired, but only his posture reveals it. Four years old...

    • Posted August 18, 2015
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  • It’s Time For Writers to Take Charge Of Their Writing

    Share, Pin or Retweet If You Love Writing! The Cabinetmaker John Doe, a cabinetmaker, was wandering through the stacks in the farthest, darkest corner of his local hardwood dealer’s lot one fine spring day, when he came...

    • Posted August 14, 2015
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  • Don’t Feed The Internet Trolls

    Share, Pin or Retweet If You Love Writing! A new lesson I’m learning in interacting with people is this: Reward the givers, not the haters. The people pleaser in me wants to chase down every angry customer,...

    • Posted June 2, 2015
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  • Writing Means It Is Time To Go To Work - Writer's Life.org
    Writing Means It Is Time To Go To Work

    Share, Pin or Retweet If You Love Writing! I’m writing this from a friend’s borrowed apartment in New York City.  Sun streams in through the east-facing windows.  The air-conditioner hums.  Outside, a bus sighs — that’s how...

    • Posted May 21, 2015
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  • Do You Dare to Be A Writer? Do You Have The Nerve? - Writer's
    Do You Dare to Be A Writer? Do You Have The Nerve?

    Share, Pin or Retweet If You Love Writing. You’re a writer. An artist. You write about things that matter to you, and I’m sure you hope those things will matter to others, but even if they don’t,...

    • Posted May 4, 2015
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