Here is a further selection of articles in PDF format. Please download as many as you wish. Expose Yourself - How To Write With Personality by Margaret E Crum. Everyone likes a good story especially when it comes from an excellent storyteller. You know the type, that person who can engage your attention and spin a yarn so intriguing that they actually draw you in and capture your interest until the end, leaving you longing for more. It is the manner in which the story is told that makes it something worth listening to, or in this case, something worth reading. (04/17) Overcoming Your Fear Of Writing by Sheldon D. Newton. My experience of writing books began with a book I never published out of fear that it would be rejected by readers. And because of that 'fear of failure' even though I had the book ready to go, I never went ahead and got it done. (05/17) The Joy of Writing by Joanna M Leone. I can still remember my teacher's voice as she said, "Class, please take out your writing journals." I jumped with excitement as I reached into my desk for my light blue journal. Since my family knew that I loved to write, they always bought me sparkly pink and silver pencils. It really made writing more fun! However, some of my friends groaned in agony when they realized that math class was over and it was time to write! I always smiled at my friends and I said, "Just think about something you love or something that makes you smile. Writing is easy if you think with your heart." (06/17) Surprising Voice  by Christina St Clair. Writing, when I started out years ago, seemed a way I might quench a longing I couldn't even name. I certainly didn't understand there was such a thing as voice which I now realize is an important aspect of becoming a writer. (09/17) Stopping in the Right Way to Boost Productivity by Irene Roth What if I said that you can be more productive if you learned how to stop and rest at the right time? It sounds counterintuitive but there is a lot of truth to it. In fact, there are many psychologists and philosophers now who are exploring this theme in their work lives and their findings are absolutely wonderful. (10/17) Have an Itch for a Writer's Niche? by Tedric Garrison. You've been writing for ten years, and someone asks, "What's your niche?" Do you know what to say? If you respond, "I write articles," or "short stories," or "novels," you just answered wrong. These are all types of writing or categories that you write in. A writer's niche is usually defined as: "a distinct segment of the writing market." The key word being, "distinct." (11/17) What You Should Know About Spelling and Grammar by Jody Calkins One of the biggest hindrances when it comes to sitting down to write is... worrying about spelling and grammar. Proper spelling and grammar are not as important as you might think. Okay, before I go on, don't misunderstand me. They ARE important. But, and this is a huge 'but', don't put so much stock into them that you let them keep you from writing. There is a big misconception that writers are, by default, spelling and grammar experts. While it is true for some writers, not all writers are good spellers or grammarians. (12/17) Getting Started With Self-Publishing by Rob Hillman Creating your eBook and getting it ready for online publishing is a pretty simple task. However, some new authors do tend to get confused about how to get things started. For that, we've put together a list of what you should keep in mind as well as a guide that you can follow. It doesn't matter what kind of book you're putting together-whether it be a work of fiction, a biography, something informational or inspirational, all that matters is you present everything properly and in a manner that appeals to your target readership. (01/18) Fiction Writing - How Short Stories Differ From Novels by Sharon P Wilson. Short stories and novels are similar in that they both tell stories. However, there are some fundamental differences between the two types of fiction writing. The most obvious difference is the length or word count. Whilst novels can range from 80,000 words and upwards in length, the short story can be 500 words long although 800 to 1000 words is more common. There are also short stories that can be as brief as 200 words sometimes referred to as flash fiction. (02/18) Make Money Writing Fast by Ruth Barringham If you want to be a writer, and you want to earn money writing from home, then it's obvious that you need to write fast, because the more you write, the more money you can earn from your writing. But there's more to it than that. You see, you'll never earn money from your writing if you don't know what to write or you don't understand your readers and what they're looking for. (03/18) Seven Steps to Brainstorm Ideas for an E-Book  by Irene Roth Would you like to write e-books but you can't think of any topics to write about? If you do, you're not alone!Many writers struggle to find ideas about which to write an e-book. You may think you are not knowledgeable to write e-books. Or, you may think that you can't possibly write an e-book because you don't have enough material to write about. If you feel this way, this article is for you. (04/18) Why Self-Publish Your Book? by Rose B. Wood If you want to be a published author, what's stopping you from achieving your ambition? Self-publishing is a highly recommended option. It costs almost nothing to produce an eBook and publishing one is much easier to accomplish than many people believe.
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Here is a further selection of articles in PDF format. Please download as many as you wish. Expose Yourself - How To Write With Personality by Margaret E Crum. Everyone likes a good story especially when it comes from an excellent storyteller. You know the type, that person who can engage your attention and spin a yarn so intriguing that they actually draw you in and capture your interest until the end, leaving you longing for more. It is the manner in which the story is told that makes it something worth listening to, or in this case, something worth reading. (04/17) Overcoming Your Fear Of Writing by Sheldon D. Newton. My experience of writing books began with a book I never published out of fear that it would be rejected by readers. And because of that 'fear of failure' even though I had the book ready to go, I never went ahead and got it done. (05/17) The Joy of Writing by Joanna M Leone. I can still remember my teacher's voice as she said, "Class, please take out your writing journals." I jumped with excitement as I reached into my desk for my light blue journal. Since my family knew that I loved to write, they always bought me sparkly pink and silver pencils. It really made writing more fun! However, some of my friends groaned in agony when they realized that math class was over and it was time to write! I always smiled at my friends and I said, "Just think about something you love or something that makes you smile. Writing is easy if you think with your heart." (06/17) Surprising Voice  by Christina St Clair. Writing, when I started out years ago, seemed a way I might quench a longing I couldn't even name. I certainly didn't understand there was such a thing as voice which I now realize is an important aspect of becoming a writer. (09/17) Stopping in the Right Way to Boost Productivity by Irene Roth What if I said that you can be more productive if you learned how to stop and rest at the right time? It sounds counterintuitive but there is a lot of truth to it. In fact, there are many psychologists and philosophers now who are exploring this theme in their work lives and their findings are absolutely wonderful. (10/17) Have an Itch for a Writer's Niche? by Tedric Garrison. You've been writing for ten years, and someone asks, "What's your niche?" Do you know what to say? If you respond, "I write articles," or "short stories," or "novels," you just answered wrong. These are all types of writing or categories that you write in. A writer's niche is usually defined as: "a distinct segment of the writing market." The key word being, "distinct." (11/17) What You Should Know About Spelling and Grammar by Jody Calkins One of the biggest hindrances when it comes to sitting down to write is... worrying about spelling and grammar. Proper spelling and grammar are not as important as you might think. Okay, before I go on, don't misunderstand me. They ARE important. But, and this is a huge 'but', don't put so much stock into them that you let them keep you from writing. There is a big misconception that writers are, by default, spelling and grammar experts. While it is true for some writers, not all writers are good spellers or grammarians. (12/17) Getting Started With Self-Publishing by Rob Hillman Creating your eBook and getting it ready for online publishing is a pretty simple task. However, some new authors do tend to get confused about how to get things started. For that, we've put together a list of what you should keep in mind as well as a guide that you can follow. It doesn't matter what kind of book you're putting together-whether it be a work of fiction, a biography, something informational or inspirational, all that matters is you present everything properly and in a manner that appeals to your target readership. (01/18) Fiction Writing - How Short Stories Differ From Novels by Sharon P Wilson. Short stories and novels are similar in that they both tell stories. However, there are some fundamental differences between the two types of fiction writing. The most obvious difference is the length or word count. Whilst novels can range from 80,000 words and upwards in length, the short story can be 500 words long although 800 to 1000 words is more common. There are also short stories that can be as brief as 200 words sometimes referred to as flash fiction. (02/18) Make Money Writing Fast by Ruth Barringham If you want to be a writer, and you want to earn money writing from home, then it's obvious that you need to write fast, because the more you write, the more money you can earn from your writing. But there's more to it than that. You see, you'll never earn money from your writing if you don't know what to write or you don't understand your readers and what they're looking for. (03/18) Seven Steps to Brainstorm Ideas for an E-Book  by Irene Roth Would you like to write e-books but you can't think of any topics to write about? If you do, you're not alone!Many writers struggle to find ideas about which to write an e-book. You may think you are not knowledgeable to write e-books. Or, you may think that you can't possibly write an e-book because you don't have enough material to write about. If you feel this way, this article is for you. (04/18) Why Self-Publish Your Book? by Rose B. Wood If you want to be a published author, what's stopping you from achieving your ambition? Self-publishing is a highly recommended option. It costs almost nothing to produce an eBook and publishing one is much easier to accomplish than many people believe.
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