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Know Your Editing Choices

Posted on June 13, 2020 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...

Writing is a Discipline

Posted on December 18, 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...

The Blank Mind

Posted on November 12, 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 Requires Self-Control

Posted on June 7, 2019 by Franklyn Helfinstine
The only solution to turn into a writer would be to write.That will require a lot of self-control and dedication, not merely writing once the urge is upon you, but even though it isn't.That will require seeing what flow onto the blank page or screen.Force you to ultimately sit at your desk or before your personal computer screen and write something, anything before ideas commence to flow, and flow they'll...

Freelance or Staff

Posted on May 27, 2019 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.Because of this the staffer learns a number of things: how exactly to organize time, how exactly to write under great pressure, how exactly to write quickly, how exactly to plan the writing (or even in some recoverable format, then mentally), and how exactly to meet deadlines...