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Beat Writer’s Block No matter how much you enjoy writing, there’s bound to be a time when you struggle to write. When you have too much to do and a blank page stares back at you, how do you start to fill it? Here are 10 tips and tricks to help you beat writer’s block […]

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Making Money as a Writer There are many ways to make money online with articles you have written. If you have dreamed of making money writing you can realize that dream with a little work on your part. Perhaps you should check out freelance writing online. This may not be the writing you have always […]

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Writing Your Way To Success As A Writer The number one thing that will stop you from being a successful writer is not writing. In other words, if you never write, you will not become a writer. Although, just because you write something, anything at all, doesn’t guarantee your success, but it may get your […]

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Claim Time to Write

by EzyBlogger on April 27, 2010 · 3 comments

Sometimes finding time to write can be difficult with everything else going on around you at home. There are endless distractions that compete for our attention and unfortunately they usually win. We assume that things such as folding laundry and sweeping the kitchen are more important than our writing. What we need to do is […]

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Do you have aspirations of becoming the next Ernest Hemingway? Do you like being “in the know,” on a first-name basis with government leaders, high-profile developers, or personalities? Do you like being sought by folks who want to tell their story, run for political office, or publicize their business? Or do you want to earn […]

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Rise to the Challenge Book reviews are a great way for readers to get a taste of the story and find out if they’re interested in it, plus gather reviewers’ opinions or recommendations on a novel. People who read books and review them must walk a fine line, revealing information about the story without giving […]

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It happens to most serious writers at one time or another. You have plotted out the story line. You have developed most of your major characters and you may have even completed half of your novel. Then one day you open up your word processor, or note book, and you can’t, for the life of […]

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Freelance journalists write for newspapers, magazines, radio, television and online publications. Being a staff journalist is a job full of deadlines, stress and competition. To land a reporting job at a paper, writers usually take a position as typist in hopes they can get in line for any staff writing jobs. As a freelance journalist, […]

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Many resources have been published on the topic of turning freelance writing into an ideal, work-at-home (WAH) career. This article does not propose to repeat the tips for getting started as a freelance writer or for selecting paying markets for your written work. Writing your way to financial independence concerns the way that you develop […]

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The world wide web has revolutionized the life of a freelance writer. It has opened up countless new markets, all available through a simple search (no more poring through writer’s market guides) and has sped up the process of writing, seeing your work published, and getting paid. In the old days, it could take months […]

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The Seasoned Blog

by EzyBlogger on March 26, 2009 · 8 comments

The Seasoned Blog. Blogs, otherwise known as online diaries or web journals, are the hottest thing on the Internet today. Virtually everyone surfing the net on a regular or semi-regular basis either has a blog themselves, or has spent time reading blogs. There’s just something about the raw exposure of this “reality internet” that is […]

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