All posts tagged "writer mistakes"

  • A Writer's Guide To Handling Success - Writer's Life.org
    A Writer’s Guide To Handling Success

    As writers, we frequently deal with the sting of rejection, from agents (sometimes by the dozens) who politely—or not so politely—decline our query letters to 1-star reviews or negative commentary in blogs or social media. When we...

    • Posted December 14, 2015
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  • Why Envy Will Keep Us From Writing - Writer's Life.org
    Why Envy Will Keep Us From Writing

    There are many reasons writers don’t write. We procrastinate, worry, or seem to run out of things to say. However one reason that perhaps is less common than these is envy. Many writers suffer from writers envy,...

    • Posted November 16, 2015
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  • Top Mistakes to Avoid When Writing a Novel - Writer's Life.org
    Top Mistakes to Avoid When Writing a Novel

    "Share, Like or Tweet If You Love Writing" Feeling the pinch? Been kicked off your perch and into the gutter? Why not salvage your sad finances by writing a best-selling novel. One out of two people polled...

    • Posted March 5, 2015
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  • How to Avoid Common New Writer Mistakes - Writer's Life.org
    How to Avoid Common New Writer Mistakes

    "Share, Like or Tweet If You Love Writing" So you're ready to follow your passion and take the plunge into writing for a living.  Great!  This will no doubt, prove to be both an exciting and scary new...

    • Posted January 31, 2015
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  • 10 Mistakes New Fiction Writers Make - WritersLife.org
    10 Mistakes New Fiction Writers Make

    "Share, Like or Tweet If You Love Writing" For new writers, seeing errors or short-comings in your writing is a skill yet to be developed and something many have a hard time understanding.  As professional writers, we...

    • Posted January 31, 2015
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  • 10 Common Mistakes Writers Overlook - Writer's Life.org
    10 Common Mistakes Writers Overlook

    "Share, Like or Tweet If You Love Writing" Like many editorial consultants, I’ve been concerned about the amount of time I’ve been spending on easy fixes that the author shouldn’t have to pay for. Sometimes the question...

    • Posted January 30, 2015
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