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on Grammarly: Have you ever struggled to make sense of a message because its author didn’t write clearly? Or maybe you wrote something that was misunderstood by your audience. It’s possible your writing was cluttered with filler words. Just like a desk littered with too much stuff, untidy writing can make it hard for your […]
on Indies Unlimited: If you’ve been writing for any length of time, you’ve likely seen enticements to join a writers’ association. But if you’re new to the game, or skeptical of groups that want you to pay to join, you may not have given much thought to them. Today, I thought we’d take a look […]
on Career Authors: Recently, a writer named Heather Demetrios wrote a blog called How To Lose A Third Of A Million Dollars Without Really Trying, about, well, the title says it all. Basically, she recounts the story of her getting two six-figure deals for her books, only to lose all the money because she didn’t […]
If you are a site or blog owner who is interested in improving your SEO rankings, this article will provide you with an example and the most important steps to do so using keyword search results. The use of popular keywords can improve your SEO rankings. The following are 10 important practices that can greatly […]
As you know, an increasing part of my income has started coming from my freelance writing. What I’m starting to realize is this: making it as a successful freelance writer isn’t easy. You have to be prepared for the reality that something that was once a joyful way to spend time has become a job. […]
Tips from a writer who tried, failed, keeps trying and sometimes succeeds When it comes to self-publishing your book, the learning curve can be steep. After spending all that time and effort writing your book, here comes the hard part. getting your book ready for publishing. You will make mistakes and learn from them. Every […]