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3 Ways to Make Your Nonfiction Article Pitch Stand Out

Here are three ways to make your nonfiction article pitch stand out and find more success as a freelance writer for magazines, websites, and other media that uses shorter nonfiction writing from an editor who’s assigned articles in variou...

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Doing 1st person well…..

This could really be done to a matter of opinion but my advice would be. As a total beginner, I would encourage you to try and read some good quality material in first person. I was advised to read a least ten books in first before writing ...

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The Mess – How Does It Help Writers?

LOL…creative mess – good one. Organization is crucial as a work leaps past 250 pages. What did I name that waiter? Did I have her in a skirt, or slacks in that dock scene? Cross-checking, verifying – what a nightmare that ...

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Does anyone work on many projects at once?

No, I don’t. I’ve focused on one novel or one short story at a time. When I’ve finished a first draft and completed some revsion, and then it is out with my crit partners and/or I’m getting a little time away from th...

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No first person, but use active voice. How do you do this?

Hello there,It is my search to find a way to satisfy these conflicting requirements that led me to Writing Forums in the first place.I’m writing a technical journal article. Their requirement is “Do not use first person”, ...

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I don’t think I know what fundamentally makes something a story. My writing leads nowhere.

DaveLu said: ↑ I get great ideas that I want to follow, but they just end up leading me nowhere. It leads into mind numbing exposition and excessive description. My ideas just turn into a mundane series of events. This problem is made eve...

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Do you have to be far leftist to be published today?

I think it can work in your favor to include some of today’s modern issues, and feminism and politics can surely be a part of it. I read an article (It was months ago. I think last summer. I think it was in The Times.) that talked abo...

Netflix Binging: What Does It Look Like To An Outsider?

“Hey, are you still there?” “Do you want to continue watching?” You have the remote, so it’s your decision. Netflix binging can be a real issue and we all know it. When there are a million things to do, it’s easier to sit back, ...

The Tragical Mystery Book Tour (Part 4)

At the risk of too much of a good thing being a bad thing, here is one last installment in author and New Yorker cartoonist Bob Eckstein’s book tour. Read Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3.  December 10th, New York City, Upper East Side, Barn...

The Tragical Mystery Book Tour (Part 3)

Author and New Yorker cartoonist Bob Eckstein recently set out on a book tour of his own devising to promote his book The History of the Snowman. In this four-part series, he outlines his experience, lessons learned along the way, and w...

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