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Taking Advantage of a Client Meeting
by: Yuwanda Black. Nowadays, many freelancers rarely meet their clients face-to-face. However if you do find yourself “taking a meeting” with a client, following are three guidelines that will ensure a constant flow of work.1. Fight the urge to speak: My...
Source : Write a Poem

Books for Writers
by: Lisa Silverman. In her lengthy career, Betsy Lerner has been an MFA student, an award-winning poet, a book editor at major publishing houses, and a literary agent. So in her wonderfully insightful book about writers and the business in which they struggle...

Young Writers
by: Simone Mary. If you are between the ages of 8 to 18 and love to write, be it short stories, plays or poems, then you are a young writer. For the writer nothing is more satisfying than finishing a story, play, poem etc. In fact some young writers decide...

Ghost Writers What Do They Do
by: David Fishman. It's important to keep in mind, that not all ghost writers are skilled in all kinds of writing. Many times, ghost writers earn a quite a nice salary do something they love, which is writing. Ghost writers are more common than you think. Of...

Writers and Ergonomics
by: Ken Hassman. If you are a professional writer that spends many hours sitting at your keyboard pounding away at the keys to produce written product you have probably become painfully aware (pun intended) of the need to pay attention to the way you hold...

Poetry Is For Writers
by: Steven Gillman. What is poetry? The meaning is apparently difficult enough that my dictionary uses circular defining. "The art or work of a poet" is the first entry. The other two definitions don't clarify this much. I might define it as "The use of wor...
Source : Poetry Online

New Writers: Please Take Note!
by: Steve Dempster. Have you ever wondered how some writers seem to have plenty of ideas to work with and others very few? Well, here perhaps is one reason why . . .If you have ever listened to anyone say something along the lines of 'I had this most amazing...

Writers Wanted!
by: Shawn Desrochers. Share your knowledge with our community would you like to write for Invision-Graphics? We are looking for articles from writers/authors on topics that webmasters and the novelist web developer are interested in.    Web Hos...

Tech-writersA Necessary Evil
by: Glenn Murray. New to tech-writing, or thinking about starting? The key to success is recognising that tech-writers are a necessary evil.Tech-writers are necessary because someone has to write the user doco. The programmers and managers sure as hell don...
Source : Software

10 Tips for Tech-Writers
by: Glenn Murray. Tech-writing is a tricky business. It’s not a very high profile industry, so there’s not much support around. Follow these 10 quick tips, and you’ll be well on your way to a satisfying tech-writing career.1) Follow a sensible career p...
Source : Software

Eight Tips for Ezine Writers
by: Michael Southon. Have you ever wondered why Ezine Articles have become one of the most effective marketing techniques on the Web? The reason is quite simple. People very rarely go online looking for something to buy. They go online looking for informat...

Timer Magic for Writers
by: Katey Coffing, Ph.D.. If your writing muscle isn't in shape, writing a novel may seem like a sheer, unscalable cliff. ("Gee, I don't think I can write today. I left my climbing shoes in my other backpack...") Keep in mind that you don't need to write the whole b...

Publicity Through Philanthropy For Writers
by: Zachary Weiner. I am twenty three years old, have sold over four thousand copies of my first book in a matter of a month after it's release and recently been contacted for contracts with Random House and Harper Collins for two new titles. I think a good d...

All About Readability Formulas And Why Writers Need To Use Them
by: Jesse Dawson. We can trace the origin of readability formulas during the late 19th Century in the United States. The schools in the US did not routinely grade students until 1847 when the first graded school opened in Boston with a series of books prepa...

What Writers Must Know about Internet Commerce
by: Jo Ann LeQuang. Let's assume you're a writer and you want to make money by writing. In the olden days (last year, maybe) you would think up an article idea, hammer a few paragraphs out, and then check with some editors if they were interested in buying a ...



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