It is a good practice to Gather Ideas from your audience. One thing I have learned for the entire year is to read and listen to your audience.One of the articles I wrote that spiked my statistics is when I wrote about Filipino Influencers, Bloggers and Freelancers Staying Power
As a writer, I’m sure you have struggled with how to come up with a great idea for a story. You aren’t alone, it happens to all of us. Some writers will assume that since they aren’t coming up with a good idea they have writer’s block. This isn’t the case because writer’s block […] via…Read more How Do Writers come up with Brilliant Ideas?Michael D.Turashoff
No one is born with a silver pen in their hand, being a great writer takes time, perseverance and an education from the good old school of hard knocks. I can guarantee that your first piece will not be a masterpiece, however, if you love to write and really want to tell your story, don’t give up. I can tell you this with authority because, as with most writers, I’m living proof of what I’m telling you.
When the Americans recaptured the Philippines, they built an air base a few miles from our barrio. Yankee soldiers became a very common sight. I met a lot of GIs and made many friends. I could not pronounce their names. I could not tell them apart. All Americans looked alike to me. They all looked white. One afternoon I was plowing our rice field with our carabao named datu. I was barefooted and stripped to the waist. My pants that were made from abaca fibers and woven on homemade looms were rolled to
Lovely! Congratulations just the same.
On March 31, 2017 I woke up to amazing news.After a few days of exchanging emails with lifestyle journalist, Christina Heiser, I had finally been featured in an NBC News piece.
EntitledHow to Use Instagram to Lose Weight and Get Healthier (Really!), itwas part of thefirst set of posts used to kick offNBC News Better.NBC News Better even launched a separate Instagram page to focus on health and fitness without the “disruption” of news.
After thecongratulations, one of the first things people ask me isif I knew the journalist prior to working together, and how I convinced her to feature me.
The answer to the first question isno,and the answer to the second is media relations
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Meg is the creator of Novelty Revisions, dedicated to helping writers put their ideas into words. She is a freelance writer and an eight-time NaNoWriMo winner with work published in Teen Ink, Success Story, Lifehack and USA TODAY College. Follow Meg on Twitter for tweets about writing, food and nerdy things.
Interesting article. I have seen my mom and siblings write, so I decided to check it out. Thanks…
Many people want to become authors these days, to be published and make a living writing fiction. And many of them work hard on their books. Yet only relatively few writers bloom into authors in the true sense of the word — dedication doesn’t guarantee success. I sometimes wonder what makes the difference between those who work hard and succeed and those who work hard and don’t.
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