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What to Write: How to Generate Articles That Get Read
by Aurel Montgomery. Let's face it, there are more articles available today than there are people to read them. From traditional media, to newsletters, e-zines and websites, everyone has become an expert on something and the information clog shows no signs of receding.Wi...
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Readers: Are They Involved?
by Scott Lindsay. There are two specific, yet lofty goals writers strive for every time they commit words to paper. That goal is to write in such a way as to draw their readers into the written word.If this goal is in fictional writing the author wants the reader to b...
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6 Great Newsletter Ideas--When Youre Out of Ideas!
by James Palmer. For marketers, publishing your own electronic newsletter can be challenging. Between project deadlines and other things, you've already got a lot on your plate. Then you also have a newsletter to get out every week, month, or quarter. Then it happens...
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Why Your Writing Structure Counts
by Bob Lory. Many forms of poetry have very strict structures. Some types of fiction do as well--writers of romance novels go outside their publisher's "guidelines" at their peril.Non-fiction also has a number of formats.Most news releases, for example, are writt...
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How To Write A Book About Your Life, Now
by Steve Manning. I can't tell you how often people come up to me and say, "Tell me how to write a book about my life." You've got your life story to tell, and you can make it a best seller. I get goose bumps every time I hear that someone is going to write their life...
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One Dimensional Writing-Using First Person Perspective
by Scott Lindsay. When an author decides to write fiction one the primary methods of storytelling is through a first person perspective. For many writers this is the most comfortable manner of storytelling.In a first person narrative the reader is allowed to relate to...
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Whos Telling The Story?
by Scott Lindsay. The point of view in any story is important because it provides a guide to manage the execution of your story. Most works of fiction use one point of view although a second perspective can be brought into the story for a short period of time.Third Pe...
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Eulogy Writing- 9 Steps to Keep it Simple
by Susan Dugdale. Being asked to prepare and deliver a eulogy or funeral speech is a privilege.However many people find the prospect entirely overwhelming for two reasons. The first is it signifies the end of a loved one’s life. When added to public speaking being p...
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Get Inside your Readers Mind
by Elaine Berry. Have you ever read an article and felt a powerful contact with the writer? Just as if that person REALLY understood you and was speaking right to you?It doesn’t often happen with an article. Even less often with a sales letter. But when it does, yo...
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Non-fiction Article Choices
by Pamela White. This article may be reprinted in freely distributed publications, online or in print, with minor grammatical and spelling corrections allowed. The resource box/author's information must be included. Thank you.Non-fiction Writing Choices by Pamela Whi...
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Write Articles and Multiply the Results of Your Effort
by John V. W. Howe. Being an online entrepreneur is usually a solo experience. Since usually they are a company of one, they must find ways to multiply their efforts and get the most “bang” for their time. This can be done by writing articles and using them or using...
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The Exercise Of Emulation
by Scott Lindsay. A writing exercise that is helpful in learning a very specific style of writing is called Emulation. This is done to match the style of a specific author.In essence, you create an entirely new passage using an existing passage as your guide.For examp...
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That’s A Hyperbolic Understatement If I Ever Heard One
by Scott Lindsay. There are at least sixty different types of rhetorical devices in English literature. The English language is an odd mixture of truth and symbolism and most often exhibits this propensity in the form of various figures of speech. Of all the types of ...
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The Cast- Developing Your Cast Of Characters
by Scott Lindsay. One of the most important things you can do in writing a novel is to take the time to really get to know the cast because your cast of characters will likely make or break your novel.Some writers will begin writing a story based on an idea without re...
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Why Im Not Buying Your eBook
by Esther Smith. It doesn’t matter whether you are emailing a prospect, composing an ad, or writing a sales letter to promote your newly published eBook – correct grammar and spelling are important. Good or bad, it leaves a lasting impression on the reader and sa...
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The Sweet Taste Of Success
by Scott Lindsay. Writers are an interesting breed of humanity – they can make us feel joy, sadness, anger and empathy. Sometimes they can cause us to feel all these emotions simultaneously.There are certainly more lucrative methods of gaining an income, yet everyda...
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Writing Advice From The Experts Part #1
by Scott Lindsay. One must be drenched in words, literally soaked in them, to have the right ones form themselves into the proper pattern at the right moment. - Hart CraneSome of the best advice for writers in the 21st century comes from those who have seen their succ...
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Writers Block? Brainstorm Yourself!
by Elaine Berry. Have you ever been on a “Training Day”?When I used to work for a local government department, we often used to get sent on Training Days.They weren’t quite the same as “courses”. The idea was usually for management to get staff discussing t...
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M.O.R.E. - Theory of Writing Successfully for Money
by Ken Leatherman. This is my own theory one I've developed and produced myself. It reflects my own approach to writing and to the marketing of writing. I've seen other writers speak of some of the individual approaches I'm discussing here, but none to my knowledge ha...
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Creating The Premise For Your Novel
by Scruffy Scribe. What is a Premise?Your premise is your first expression of the Novel that you will create.Essentially the Premise of a story can be explained as, “What is at stake” in your story. Your premise is the foundation that you will build the rest of you...
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How to Create a Book Marketing Plan
by Deborah Woehr. A book marketing plan is an outline that will help you determine where and how you will promote your book. It can also serve as an indicator of how well your book may do in the market, once you publish it.Ideally, you should draw up this plan well be...
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Whos Speaking: Choosing A Narrators Voice
by Scott Lindsay. Have you given much thought to the voice of your narrator? Perhaps you assumed the narrator in your novel should remain neutral. Many writers believe that the narrator should have little in the way of identity and the use of a narrator is essentially...
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Thesaurus: Word Roulette
by Scott Lindsay. There is some beautiful literary styles that thrive on the repeated use of words and phrases. The language is poetic and beautiful. This, however, is not an article that encourages the use of repeated words.Unless you are writing in a style that dema...
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Practically Perfect Proofreading And Other Editing Myths
by Scott Lindsay. One of the difficulties a writer faces is reviewing their work in an attempt to locate all errors. There are generally two forces that work against a writer who attempts to ensure their work is error-free.1. Being too close to the work you have diffi...
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Writing Tip: Active vs. Passive Verbs
by Lisa Silverman. "Jenny was being served her apple martini by the bartender just as the front window was shattered by a speeding Humvee, and Jenny was thrown from her stool."OR"The bartender was serving Jenny her apple martini just as a speeding Humvee shattered the ...
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