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Self-Examination

Posted on August 25, 2023 by Franklyn Helfinstine
Self-examination sheds light on a writers motives, goals, and aspirations, while self indulgence hide the most obvious and absorbs any illumination before it occurs.When a writer exams his motives, goals, and aspirations, he opens up new viewpoints because she or he sees other avenues to writing; possibly the short story writer can easily see a novel develop from the theme of a brief story, or articles to clarify that subject material...

Tips on How to Cultivate Relationships with Editors

Posted on May 11, 2023 by Franklyn Helfinstine
If you're an aspiring writer, or you merely desire to augment your professional qualifications by publishing material linked to your field of expertise, pay attention.Below are a few tips that can help ingratiate you in the hearts and minds of editors.Once you have established a confident rapport having an editor, you might find the publication to be a fantastic outlet for the work - and when you're sufficient - you might be invited to submit more work...

A Few Brief Tips to Deal with Writing Rejection

Posted on December 25, 2020 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...