Writing Resources

We have collected writing resources such as articles and information products from the Internet and members' contributions.  The resources are arranged in the following categories of writing:
Writing Books Writing eBooks Writing Articles
Marketing Your Writings Copywriting Writing Tips
Writing Screenplays Your Writings

Selected Articles & Stories....

Getting Started in Column Writing - Mridu Khullar  You’ve written many articles for Websites, newsletters and now you’ve even conquered the territory of getting published in a magazine.  What’s the next step, you ask?  How to I make the editor ask for my work weekly or monthly?
Five Keys To Leaner and Meaner Copywriting - Robert Warren  Grab 'em and don't lose 'em.  Every marketer knows that one.  Human beings have very short attention spans, so you can't afford to waste your prospect's time - give them the good stuff and then let them go as soon as you can.
Writing Effectively: A Two-Part Guide, Part 1 - Jan Kovarik  Everything we do involves communication—written, verbal, and nonverbal.  Today, due to the Internet and the World Wide Web, written communication is emerging as the primary format.  Writing effectively is now an essential skill.
Combating Writer's Depression - C.M. Torrens  Depression is something every writer I've known faces.  When you sit at your desk staring at the blank page you think of a million things, hardly any of which belong to the story your're trying to write.
Christian comic books or just another Niche - Gideon Olade  Christian comic book, auto racing, skateboarding, soccer, math or “clothed female superheroes” can all be considered a comic book niche.  I call them a comic book niche because these comic books would be made to appeal to or meet the needs to a certain group of people.
What Is Persuasive Copywriting And How Can It Help Your Business? - Niall Cinneide  Persuasive copywriting is what draws the attention of prospective customers.  They see your product and are drawn it.  But what makes this happen?  What words can win a customer over without having them laugh at overstatements and hype?
The Arrogant Writer: Five Ways to Nurture and Defend your Muse - Jill Nagle  Arrogance has a bad rap.  We think of arrogant people as unpleasant to be around, full of themselves, and incapable of taking an interest in anyone else.  However, when applied to one’s own writing, a certain measure of well-placed arrogance can be a useful tool.
How Webmasters Can Become Experts and Write Expert Articles! - Kanaga Siva  Write Articles, Be recognized as an Expert, Drive a Surge of Traffic to your Website, Increase your Link Popularity, Create Awareness,- yes that is what all Internet Marketers are talking about.  Article writing certainly does bring such great results to webmasters but do all articles yield such dividends?
Custom Writing Services: Market Overview - Serge Chepurko  In this article the author is going to carry out custom writing services market overview providing comprehensive survey of the market divided into the following categories:  market identification, market size, market segmentation, market growth speed, market customers, principles of operation, financial characteristics, regulations, and other categories.
Best-Selling Book Secrets - Matt Bacak  Everyone says, “Some day I'm going to write a book,” but few actually do.  So congratulations on a noteworthy achievement!  Now that you're holding your book in your hands, after years of research, writing, editing and rewriting, the last words you'll want to hear are, “That was the easy part.
Ghostwriting for Fun and Profit - Amanda Baker  We've all heard of ghostwriters.  For some, a ghostwriter is the ghostly assistant to junior detectives on a PBS kids' show.  For most, however, a ghostwriter is someone who writes for another, in the name of another.
How to Find a Publisher for Your First Book - Gary R. Hess  Finding a publisher can be very strenuous.  In fact, it may even be harder than actually writing the book itself.  There are three things to remember when finding a publisher for your book:
Writing A Book - Tips From An Author #2 - www.GetPlotted.com  Writing a three act story - dealing with the middle act.  In the second or middle act, you get to expand the story past the initial 'inciting incident', and develop the characters and their various drives and needs.
Write Benefits in Your Headlines to Deliver the Dream! - George Dodge  When you create headlines, do you put benefits into your headlines to deliver the dream?  Do you create headlines that draw your reader deeper into the rest of copy?  Let me ask you a simple question.
Writing As A Gift - Jenna Glatzer  “What am I supposed to give Anthony as a wedding gift?  ” I asked Kristin, my bridesmaid and person-who-was-married.  “I mean, what kinds of things do brides give their grooms?  I was thinking of hiring someone to clean the house before we left for the honeymoon so we’d come back to a spotless house.

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