Share This Page On Facebook Share This Page On Twitter
authorstream.net

Tag: expect

Articles tagged as Expect

Freelance or Staff

Posted on August 12, 2020 by Franklyn Helfinstine
There is not any doubt a staff writer enjoys advantages not availed by the freelancer.However, you can find benefits open to the freelancer a staff writer can't ever expect.A staffer must produce and on a regular basis due to frequent, even daily, deadlines...

How to Avoid the 11 Biggest Mistakes of First Time Authors

Posted on July 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...

Know Your Editing Choices

Posted on May 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...

You Can Be An Author

Posted on February 20, 2019 by Franklyn Helfinstine
We all have an area which we have more experience and knowledge than the person next to us.What many don't realize is that there's frequently a hungry market out there ready and willing to cover the information we have to offer.Yes, it takes an enormous amount of effort to find a publication to end and printing, but it's well worth it...

How To Write A Newsletter

Posted on January 24, 2019 by Franklyn Helfinstine
So as to be successful with a newsletter, specialize in a subject not adequately covered in existing newsletters.A subject that you can give more, or better information on.To ascertain what to write about, first look at your skill, interests and experience.Then sit down in the library with the most recent edition of the"Directory of Newsletters" and take note of the publishers of topics comparable to what you want to write about...