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....

Scents Bring Inspiration For Writing - Thomson Chemmanoor  Inspirational writing is a part and parcel of the art of writing.  Inspiration is indeed needed for writing.  Without any inspiration, it is quite difficult to get ideas and thoughts to write.
Six Tips for Submitting Fiction - Amber McNaught  You can learn a lot about what it takes to place a story in an ezine by starting up one of your own.  Last month we started work on a new ezine for writers, which we intended to use to publish high-quality, contemporary fiction, from writers all over the world.
How to Write a Holiday Tale That Isn't a Turkey - Caterina Christakos  When we write stories, with the purpose of sharing them with others, we enter into an agreement where we allow our reader to see a glimpse of our heart, our souls and our memories.  If we truly want them to be immersed in the tale, we actively immerse ourselves in those memories so that a glimmer of what we saw, heard and felt comes through.
Reading & Writing English: Words Ending In "D" - Frank Gerace  The different sounds that the letter"d" takes at the end of a verb in the past tenseAn extract from the book:  Word Power by the author of this article.  The English language indicates that the action of the verb is in the past by having some form of the "d" or "t" sound end the word.
Get Your Book Done … Now! - Penny C. Sansevieri  I don't believe in writer’s block.  (I can hear the gasps of disbelief already.  ) Listen:  If you hire a plumber to come to your house and fix a problem, do you expect him to say, "Sorry, I can't figure out what your problem is.
The Surprising Maxim that Maximises Your Copywriting Results - Kris Mills  Who was it that said, "Modesty is a virtue"?  Whoever it was, I'm sure they weren't referring to the field of sales and marketing, where self-promotion is the name of the game .  ..  or were they?
I'm A Romance Novel Hero! - Ed Williams  Before we get started here, let me tell y’all that what you’re about to read is the absolute truth.  The absolute, unvarnished truth.  I swear it on every one of my Elvis and BTO CDs.
What Makes Fiction Special - Rebecca Guevara  What Makes Fiction SpecialI was in a brisk discussion about whether a woman ‘would’ or ‘would not’ leave her wayward husband when a man interrupted and said, “But he’s not real!  It’s fiction!
The Lost Art Of Fundamental Copywriting - Dean Phillips  What ever happened to good old fashion, fundamental copywriting?  Has anyone seen AIDA?  I mean, before you can run, you first have to learn how to walk, right?  Yet, I see it over and over again.
9 Tips for Better Copywriting - Alex A. Kecskes  Avoid the wimpy verbs—is and be.  These “do-little” verbs only occupy space and state that something exists.  So don’t write, “There is one simple omission that can transform a sentence from boring to brilliant.
How to Write B2B Ads That Catch Customers - Steve Koons  Are your business-to-business ads working for you?  If they are not making sales, are they at least generating interest in your company?  Are they making an impression on your potential customers by making you stand out in a crowd?
How To Get Your Book Reviewed In Magazines - Sophfronia Scott  In one of my past magazine jobs my office was next to that of the book editor.  He would get boxes and boxes of books daily.  There was a separate room devoted to storing these books, but that still didn't keep them from piling up in his office.
How To Write Lightening Fast Ebooks - David Hennebery  The quickest way the write you own eBooks is by using the expert interview process.  What I mean by this is, approaching some experts in the field your writing the book on and asking them to agree to do an interview.
Marketing Your Web Writing Service - The Top Two Ways - Trish Andrews  Marketing your web writing service is a huge part of a successful freelance business.  Online marketing, networking, publicity, and advertising are such valuable tools, it's critical to know what works best.
Is It Worth Hiring A Professional Copywriter? - Amber McNaught  "Article writers wanted:  I will pay $3.  50 per article.  Must be quality writing – no hobbyists!  "No, this isn't a joke.  It's an actual job advert, posted on a website earlier this year.

 
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