Is freelance writing really worth your time? What does it really look like? For years I have wanted to be a writer. Ever since I was ten years old I wanted to write and create my own stories, fabricating my own worlds and mysteries. However, recently,(past five years), I have been looking at what it … Continue reading Freelance Writer: Worth it or Not?
The Proper Query So, the query. This is probably one of the most important parts of the "getting published" process. This is your first impression. Your first chance to knock their socks off and, trust me, if those socks aren't knocked off you are not getting signed. Your number one objective, when writing your query, should be to … Continue reading The Scribe #3
*Disclaimer* Trying out a new research article format, enjoy! "Books are a uniquely portable magic."- Stephen King. As Stephen King plainly points out, there is something very special about a good book. No one can really say that our world would be the same without both fiction and non-fiction alike. However, there is one very important debate that, in … Continue reading Paper Vs. Kindle
Find a Purpose. Get Connected. I started writing for one reason: to make a difference. I refused to write or do anything even remotely related to pen and paper when I was younger. I saw it as a waste of time and hated it. My mom would have to practically drag me out from under the … Continue reading The Scribe #2
Confessions of a Planner I used to always wonder what it was like to be a planner. Was it hard? Time consuming? Or the inner most philosophy that a writer has to learn to truly be a writer?Well, I learned quickly that being a planner has three stages that range from sane to just plain crazy. The first … Continue reading The Scribe