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Year: 2019

Articles created in the year 2019

The Blank Mind

Posted on December 15, 2019 by Franklyn Helfinstine
Many writers stare at the blank page or clean screen and await inspiration with a sense of hopelessness.That white page or screen is definitely challenging to fill, also it probably will continually be for some writers.Writing is fatiguing work since it is the way to obtain great stress, great concentration, great thought, and an excellent expenditure of energy--mental, emotional, and physical.Writing is stressful since it requires the writer to keep yourself updated that others will read what one writes and therefore pass judgment onto it...

Writing is a Discipline

Posted on November 5, 2019 by Franklyn Helfinstine
If a writer considers writing to become a task, he/she is doomed to failure.Because it cannot be an activity, then the facts? This is a discipline.What does which means that?A discipline means development, and which means preparation.So a writer must prepare to become a writer and which means study, study of the English language--its words, its structure, its syntax, and its own style.This is the groundwork a writer must follow all his/her life...

The Daily Rite

Posted on October 28, 2019 by Franklyn Helfinstine
If you intend to be considered a writer, you then must write - you need to write something each day.If possible, have a recognised time and energy to write each day.Budget your time and effort to create that period available even though it is just a few minutes.You will end up surprised just how much it is possible to write in a brief period of time.This writing must have a dual purpose: first, to boost your writing skills, and, second, to record your opinions...

The Practice of Writing

Posted on September 20, 2019 by Franklyn Helfinstine
What should be practiced? If one is to become a successful writer the other must be in a position to practice good grammar.To be able to practice good grammar, a writer got to know the guidelines of good grammar and for that reason must study the guidelines of good grammar.Most editors reject quickly those writers who have no idea how exactly to construct an effective sentence with at the very least a topic and predicate...

The Iniquitous Slip

Posted on August 28, 2019 by Franklyn Helfinstine
Rejection slips will be the bane of most writers, yet they're inevitable.Probably the most successful of writers had their share of these, and even have them now that they're prosperous.Although rejections are inescapable, they ought to not be looked at maleficent; they must be considered helpful.Though when first received, they may be disheartening, they must be contemplated as a very important learning experience...

Effective Web Writing Tips

Posted on July 15, 2019 by Franklyn Helfinstine
Writing for the net is very not the same as writing for the print medium.Writing for the net requires some special abilities.Mastering these abilities is essential to determine yourself as a favorite author or content writer in this challenging medium.Here certainly are a few key ideas to make you a specialist on paper for the net.Make your document scan ablePeople scan a website instead of read them...

Suspense Novels Made Easy

Posted on June 24, 2019 by Franklyn Helfinstine
Suspense novels are probably the easiest novels to write.Suspense novels require a simple formula, which will make your work truly suspenseful.Follow this basic recipe, and you are well on your way to creating a whole library of successful suspense novels.- Pick your topic.Lots of folks wishing to craft best-selling suspense books struggle with this step.The biggest problem is they get too wound up in trying to think of something that's never been done, supposing that they will land a number one best seller...

How to Avoid the 11 Biggest Mistakes of First Time Authors

Posted on May 12, 2019 by Franklyn Helfinstine
Following are the 11 biggest reasons most first-time writers don't receive the rewards they're due.1.Unrealistic expectations.Do not expect to get rich off your book, even if it is a success by publishing standards.The huge majority of books don't earn out their advance.Instead, develop a personal marketing strategy to leverage your career off your publication.Rather than attempting to make money on the publication itself, use your book to open doors, boost your credibility and build relationships with readers...

Bring Out the Natural Writer in You

Posted on April 18, 2019 by Franklyn Helfinstine
Putting a book together can be daunting.But no, you do not need to hire a ghostwriter.You don't have to do research.Your readers only want answers to their questions and challenges.Do that and you'll compose an easy-to-read, well organized, and persuasive book with 1/2 the normal edits.Save yourself time, frustration and get your book out within a month or so once you use my"Fast-Forward Writing Approaches...

Know Your Editing Choices

Posted on March 25, 2019 by Franklyn Helfinstine
Each author has special editing needs.To save yourself time and money, look at the choices below and decide which kind of editing suits your needs.Line editing.Use this final expert edit after you've already revised your job three times.Your initial revision includes all redundancies, lowering your backup by one-third.On your next line edit, rework all of the words and phrases so they are your best...

Writing Tips for your Journey

Posted on February 19, 2019 by Franklyn Helfinstine
So, you'd like to become a writer? Congrats! Writing not only is a excellent way to express yourself, but can provide an income.Remember not all writers make a fortune, some still cant quit their day job.Below are a few suggestions to start your writing journey.Start WritingOkay, so this trick is obvious.For some, it is a question of what to write about, for others the best way to compose.Write how and what you need...

A Few Brief Tips to Deal with Writing Rejection

Posted on January 25, 2019 by Franklyn Helfinstine
You have just finished your book, sent out query letters and was rejected.What is left to do? You could give up, but I would not suggest this.Here's some brief ideas on how best to manage rejection.Have a breatherYou have probably been wondering and rattling your brain as to why you have rejected.Have a rest, not a long one.some time for a breather.If you continue to constantly analyze why you're rejected, you will drive yourself crazy...