Volume 6 Issue 7 July/August 2007 
 

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Conference Review 
A day after Write! Canada, I could still feel the river of emotions I experienced at this year’s conference. (READ MORE...)


Review: The First Five Pages
A Writer's Guide to Staying Out of the Rejection Pile. (READ MORE...)


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Review: How to Write a Breakout Novel Workbook
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TURN YOUR VACATION PHOTOS INTO A LUCRATIVE SIDE-BUSINESS
Join a respected group of successful men and women who regularly earn $400... $600... even $800 in their spare time taking pictures in their own backyard… on their family vacations… or anywhere in the world they care to travel. You can easily increase your current earnings without changing jobs or having an advanced degree...adding $2,000 a week or more to your current salary. Here's how some are doing it...

 

Preparing Five-Star Travel Articles
Relaxing, energizing time away from home is a common goal with any vacation. With this goal in mind, preparing travel features follows closely the planning of a family vacation or weekend getaway. (READ MORE...)


Get Sample Copies Without Breaking the Bank
"Send $4 for a sample copy..." the magazine website notes. I blink and consider how much I have left in my writing budget. One of the reasons I write is to be a financial blessing to my family. Sample copies can add up fast.
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Fiction/Non-Fiction

Group Signings for Fun and Profit
At first glance it seems like a writer's dream: the book signing. And then there's reality: events no one knows about, books not in stock, a table in the back of the store near the restrooms. One way to avoid such occurrences is by hosting a group signing.
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Confessions of an On-line Groupie
Yep, I must confess—I'm a groupie. It all started when I joined a writing group on the Internet. Soon, I found another writing group and then another. I became addicted.
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RETIRE THIS YEAR… WRITING
Imagine a job in which you set your own hours, and live where you please: at the beach, in the mountains, in Paris. As a copywriter, you can. I know. I spend my summers "working" in France.
Here's how you can learn the secrets of this little-known, lucrative business:
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The Business of Writing

Shocking News to Authors: The Book Business is a Business First
Before I began working inside a book publishing house, I had written more than 50 nonfiction books... I have never self-published a book and always worked through traditional publishers. However, I was unaware of the financial production numbers for nonfiction books and I found it shocking. (READ MORE...)


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The Parent Muse
If you've got kids, you know summertime can make it challenging to meet your writing deadlines. Having toddlers camped around the computer can increase your stress, and older kids may interrupt you or need rides at all hours of the day. (READ MORE...)


Effective E-books
Marketing e-books can be a bit tricky. After all, browsers can't pick up a book, skim the pages, and decide it's the right choice. So aside from offering an excerpt from the e-book, what can you, as the author, do to market and promote your e-book?
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Treat Your Body Write!
Most writers love to pick up a new book on writing craft from time to time, but if you're like me, you skip the writing "exercise" section at the end of each chapter. Then we skip our physical exercise session for the day. (READ MORE...)


Nuggets for Personal Journaling
Knowing that God had a plan for my life (Jeremiah 29:11) gave me the stability and boldness I needed to finally junk my own plans and pursue His purpose and plan for my life. His plan is the "write" plan for me. (READ MORE...)


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Poetry Potpourri  
Some poets build a word list for their intended topic. The words prompt the poet with germane thoughts on the subject, and off they go in their poetic carpentry, constructing their poem project. (READ MORE...)


Inspired Romance
Although romance always has a happy ending and real life doesn't, you want to make your characters be real and come to life as they reach that happy ending.
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Helping Hands: Manuscript Critiques
Woodrow Wilson once said, "I not only use all the brains I have but all that I can borrow." Could you use some extra brain power for your manuscript in progress? If so, you can affordably borrow that of a Spirit-Led Writer. We offer professional services at reasonable prices. Check out our critique guidelines and submit today!

Writing for Children
Writing for children is the most discouraging and frustrating of all the writing genres. Unless you are a huge success... this is strictly a "feel good" business.
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Encouraging News
Since I benefited from mentoring early in my career, I'm eager to share some helpful information. Therefore, I created [this] list of tips to help new or intermediate writers on their way to success.
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