Copywriting and Your Five Senses - Karon Thackston
In its most basic form, copywriting is, among other things, the art of conveying a message in writing for the purpose of persuading someone to do something. This is especially true when writing descriptive copy.
Reviewing New Writers - Harriet Silkwood
New writers are very vulnerable and need to be handled gently, but not with kid-gloves. Keeping a friendly tone is very important for the reviewer. Because we are working together online, we can’t see each others faces or body language.
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?
The Largest Production in Audio-Book History - Paul Kyriazi
With Rod Taylor narrating and being performed by Russ Tamblyn, Robert Culp, James Darren, Kevin McCarthy, and Academy Award winner George Chakiris, the Audio-Book "Hard Rock Lovers" sets claim to the the title, "The largest production in Audio-Book History".
12 Ways to Research a Historical Novel - Ann Roscopf Allen
Whether you are fictionalizing historical events or making up your own story, attention to detail can determine whether your novel is credible to history buffs or if they’ll give it a pass. Read about the general history of the locale where your story is set, so you have some context for your story.
How To Get A Job Writing Speeches - Niall Cinneide
Jobs in speech writing are amongst the most difficult to find, but are much sought after. In many cases, the subjects that will deliver them will want to find expert advice on what to say, how to say it, and how to make themselves look good through it.
How To Think Through Writer's Block - Sophfronia Scott
In his book, On Writing, Stephen King says, "We are talking about tools and carpentry, about words and style…but as we move along, you’d do well to remember that we are also talking about magic. " When something is really well-written we tend to think it was effortless for the writer, that it seems magical.
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.