home? Not an option for everyone
to be two schools regarding writing from home or in a coffee shop: Works for some and not for all.
I’m in the
middle. I find office settings very conducive to getting work and writing
accomplished. I also am fine working from home. Of course, the other side of
the “home office” is that you are never away from … Read the rest
I’m sitting with a group of strangers in a local church that has offered this Shut Up and Write Meet Up space to write.
We are all here to work on whatever it is we are writing. Some are writing novels, short stories, blogs, school papers and lots of stuff I don’t know about. And, of course, it doesn’t matter because the beauty of this type of group is that … Read the rest
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Photo by Norman Toth
I’m part of a large club of writers who hates to market ourselves. We can go into the whole “introvert” thing, blah, blah, blah.
But, it’s true. Just leave me alone with my computer and let me do my job. I’m good at it and love what I do, which is write. And write. And research and write some more.
However, I’ve learned that unless someone … Read the rest
A writer is a writer is a writer, no matter what genre we practice. We all suffer the ups and downs with creativity, inspiration, and despair.
I say this with all confidence, although some may argue that literary fiction writers are different than those who are journalists, nonfiction authors, and freelancers.
Rubbish. We all have our great moments of inspiration or times when we can’t find the right word to … Read the rest
Guest post by Susan Day
Many people believe they can write their own articles and website content. They don’t see the point of hiring a freelance writer because it is something they can do themselves.
And they can, but just because they know how to write doesn’t mean they should create all their own content. Writing content is a specialized skill that can have visitors coming back to your site … Read the rest