Category: Writing Tips


The Best Places to Find Freelance Work

Being a freelancer is already hard. You have to keep track of all of your projects and where you are with them. You don’t set hours, which is great in theory because you can work whenever you want, but it usually results in you working all the time. Nobody is taking taxes out of your income so you have to figure that out yourself and by the way, did I mention paying in quarterly?

How to gain inspiration for writing

Writing can be hard, and there are many questions that come to mind when writing. What do I write about? Why am I writing it? What message do I want to send in my writing? Whether you are writing for a blog, the news, a story, or for personal reasons, these are just a few examples of the things you will need to answer when writing.

Copywriting 101: What Is It?

Copywriting has been something I have seen A LOT since I began on my journey of trying to start my own business. For the longest time, I didn’t even know what copywriting actually meant.

Clara Villaman: A writer’s inspiration

Meet Clara Villaman, a 24-year-old college journalism student and blogger from Puerto Rico who writes about fashion, travel, food, culture, and a variety of other topics that she thinks will help inspire her readers.

Where To Find Freelancing Writing Jobs

The Struggles of a freelancer are real. Especially if you are just starting out on your freelancing journey. Then, there’s the problem of potential jobs being scams or content mills that pay you way too low for the amount of work you have to do.

Website Review: The Write Life

Writers’ block hits me as soon as I put a pen in my hand. Can you relate?

Different Forms of Writing

Writing is a unique form of art. Simple words on a page have a way of taking you to a whole other world, away from the normal stresses of life. However, writing isn’t just used to write best selling novels or frilly poetry. There are many ways writing can be used to suit every type…
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Plotting Your Story Is The Key to Minimal Editing

Plotting each aspect of every story allows you to write the entire story in good time without having multiple holes in your story and without being unsure of where your story ends.

Creating an Outline for Any Story

After you’ve finished drafting the outline, you’re ready to start writing. Writing the entire story should be straightforward because you know what you’re writing towards, and all you have to do is fill in the details in between. The content in between gets you to each major point in the story that’s listed above.

Audience Surrogate: Why you need a Character With All The Answers

An audience surrogate is a character that expresses all of the questions and concerns the reader may have. The reader and the audience can easily identify with this character.