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15 Cures for Bad Writing in the Twitter

August 30, 2013

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15 Cures for Bad Writing in the Twitter Age http://ow.ly/odHud

The Easiest and the Hardest Thing about

August 28, 2013

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The Easiest and the Hardest Thing about Writing http://ow.ly/oljje

Ghostwriting on the Menu: A Minimalist Guide to the Industry

August 27, 2013

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Recently, the head chef at the Spanish restaurant at which I’m employed presented me with a new dish.  “What is it?” I queried.  “Just try,” was his unadorned reply.  The dish was simple, delicious, and took no more than a bite for me to realize his achievement. The chef had created the experience of enjoying […]

Not in the Writing Mood? http://ow.ly/oa

August 27, 2013

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Not in the Writing Mood? http://ow.ly/oaafm

How to Brainstorm: Finding Your “Muse Moments”

August 26, 2013

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A huge part of writing is brainstorming. But let’s face it, every writer has encountered the dreaded “writer’s block” or had at least one time when he couldn’t come up with ideas. So how do you get those creative juices flowing when your muse is nowhere to be found?  The main trick is to always […]

How to Write Good–I Mean Better–for Bu

August 26, 2013

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How to Write Good–I Mean Better–for Business http://ow.ly/oa978

How to Succeed as an Author: Know Your Purpose

August 23, 2013

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As a writer, it makes a lot of sense to sit down and consider why you are writing. Why do you write in general, and why are you writing the particular piece you’re working on now? The two answers will probably be similar, though of course, you’ll also have different goals for every different piece […]