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Exciting Amazon Tool Helps You Recycle Your Articles

Exciting Amazon Tool Helps You Recycle Your Articles | Online Writing |
If you’re making money as a freelance writer online then you’re already creating titles and topics and pitching them to new and existing clients, who will feature and publish your article for pay.
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An exciting tool from Amazon called Amazon Comic Creator makes publishing an e-book even easier. The free downloadable tool allows you to publish an e-book, with pictures, and even videos, ready for the Kindle market. 

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You’re a Writer! Make it Easy on Yourself

You’re a Writer! Make it Easy on Yourself | Online Writing |
You love writing, the process of developing a story idea, fleshing out the characters, “drawing” the setting with your words and crafting the best story that was ever written. Dreams of top awards dance in your head – hold on right there.

Via Penelope
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some warm encouraging advice for getting past those writer's block blues ... with quotes from Hemingway.

Penelope's curator insight, July 22, 2013 7:53 PM


Whoa, horsey. Before you start envisioning the writing awards that are going to grace your mantle, start at the beginning. If you have chosen "writing" as your profession of choice, then be a "writer," and write! The more you write, the more prolific you become. That should be a given--unless you are meant to be in some other profession. 


In any type of business, the company will usually send you to classes to learn different aspects of your job and improve your skills. When I worked for a major computer company, I had to stay over in Chicago for two entire weeks to learn about all the ins and outs of computer hardware. Yawn. Not my strong suit, to be sure, but it was important to my career, nonetheless.


Find ways to improve your craft. My Kindle is currently full of "how to" books on creating characters, plotting or writing faster. I just read a fantastic book called "2K-10K," where the author kept meticulous records of when and how many words she wrote, and came up with a simple, but profound method for increasing her output. It opened my eyes.


Another easy tip? I just interviewed an award-winning children's author who found a method that worked for her to zoom her writing along. Whenever she hit a snag, and wasn't sure what to write, she filled it up with XXXXXXX's and came back to fill in later. Ingenius!


Find your own writing shortcuts, implement them, and those awards will be gracing your mantle before you know it.



***This review was written by Penelope Silvers for her curated content on "Writing Rightly"***


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