Writing Tight: 3 Ways to Easily Improve your Writing

Writing Tight: 3 Ways to Easily Improve your Writing

    One of the fastest ways to improve your writing, especially in the blogosphere, is by learning to write tight. Writing tight as I like to say, isn’t just a matter of removing those ifs, and’s, but’s, and so’s, it’s about finding the shortest way from...
A Brew-tifull Etiquette Guide to Writing in Coffee Shops

A Brew-tifull Etiquette Guide to Writing in Coffee Shops

  It’s so common it’s practically a cliché. Are you a writer? Then there’s a good chance you’re currently on your laptop in some sort of coffee dispensary.       As a long time, barista, I have spent my fair share of time both in front and behind the bar.   I’m also...
A Book Proposal in the Making

A Book Proposal in the Making

  Freelancers have a ton of options. You can ghostwrite, you can contribute to magazines and websites, you can start your own blog/business, you can work as a copywriter, write reviews, focus on your own works of fiction and write non-fiction books.   So far I have...
Dealing With Rejection

Dealing With Rejection

  I’ve been a fulltime freelancer for about 3 months now. In that time I’ve had 9 published clips, I have gotten contracts with 2 magazines (one a startup), started working with my local tourism board, and sent in a book proposal that covers working as a...