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    • 1.

      Write Fiction for Children

      by Harriet Silkwood - 2006-12-20
      Do you want to write children's fiction? Maybe you think kid's are easier to write for than adults; I did. When I first began to write, it was for my grand-kids only. I used their names and inve...
    • 2.

      Listen For the Rhythm

      by Harriet Silkwood - 2006-12-20
      As an active reviewer I read many items every day. One thing I find myself noticing most often, is the absence of rhythm. The word is used most often in poetry, but it's the heart of all writing. ...
    • 3.

      Are We Scaring Off Good Reviewers

      by Harriet Silkwood - 2006-12-20
      Everyone receives those reviews from Hell occasionally. The ones where the reader isn't able to see past her own favorite genre and thinks you should write to please her. The ones who haven't the li...
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      Writing Better: Secret Tip Revealed for Writing Faster, Easier

      by Patsi Krakoff - 2007-01-31
      The day I learned this writing tip was the day my writing got a whole lot easier, faster, and more fun. It's no secret really, but this one tip could change the way you write articles for the Web, ...
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      Techniques For Good Writing

      by Ryan Basil - 2007-02-05
      1. Write ClearlyThe key to clarity is simplicity. Don't try to educate your audience.2. Use Simple WordsShort words are handy to use and are more powerful in effect. Don't send your readers running fo...
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      Writing Technique-How To Finish Stalled Writing Projects

      by Angela Booth - 2007-02-08
      Nothing matches the fun of starting a new writing project. Often however it's hard to sustain the initial enthusiasm. You may find that many of your projects stall - no matter what you do, you can't r...
    • 7.

      Catering to Your Target Audience

      by Jackson Summerford - 2007-02-09
      Conveying a specific message in a written article is no easy feat. Audience expectations fall on every point of the information spectrum. One of the biggest mistakes that article writers make is to tr...
    • 8.

      You Know It, You Love It -- Write About It!

      by Johnny Albertson - 2007-02-18
      One of the hardest things new marketers face is figuring out what to write about. You stare at the blank screen watching the cursor tick away while you start to doubt yourself. Maybe a bead of sweat r...
    • 9.

      Hear My Call! Speaking So Your Customers Will Hear

      by Nancy Amada - 2007-02-20
      Figuring out how to communicate with consumers is one of the most difficult tasks of any business owner. This is of particular concern to those who use the written word to advertise through article ma...
    • 10.

      Creating Believable Characters for Children's Books

      by Robyn Opie - 2007-02-26
      If you've read my previous articles you'll be aware that I've defined children's books as books that feature a child as the main character and the audience is children.So, let's take a look at childre...