Category: Writing

Category: Writing

Sheer Joy of Writing

Oh yes! that sheer joy of writing freely until you get used to it. Your greatest enemy when you sit down and stare on that blank page is you. I just discovered the secret on how to overcome myself when I don’t feel like it and I know it will never be taken away from

You Don’t Wait for Inspiration

Writers’ tip: You don’t wait for inspiration because the muse doesn’t exist. Writers and artists chase the inspiration. Get to work!” #writing #nocturnal Do you agree?


Does the title matter to you? Of course it does! It can make or break a blog post to the extent where a reader can simply close the tab and visit other websites. And like every writer and blogger would love to do, I want to learn how to create catchy titles and thought leadership

Post-Valentine’s Day Letter For You!

Dear reader, (Belated) Happy Valentine’s Day to you! I want you to know I appreciate you for visiting my site. I know there are tons of great blogs out there, but you chose to be here. Here’s a warm hug for you. To spice up this blog, I am intentionally writing a letter through a

The Top 3 Problems With “Platform” Blogs

This guest post is by Nick Thacker of Does the term “building a platform,” mean anything to you? If you’re like me, you’ve heard that exact phrase way too many times – maybe you’ve even used it yourself. It’s the modern-day version of “Web 2.0,” “synergy,” and “social media marketing.” It seems like every

13 eBooks for Freelance Writers to Kickstart 2013

Thinking how you can jumpstart your freelance writing this 2013? Know what? Nobody owns you. You can start anytime. Take it one step at a time. And that kind of mindset will change your perspective and standards as you get along with clients. The perks of solopreneurs – you handle your own business, manage your

Avoid These 15 Grammatical Errors

Take note of these 15 grammar goofs before you submit those articles or hit the publish button. via Copyblogger Like this infographic? Get more content marketing tips from Copyblogger.

7 Steps on How to Become a Better Writer

Write. Write more. Write even if you don’t feel like it. Write. Just write. Write more and don’t stop. Write and re-write. Write and keep on writing.

Don’t Aim for Spotlight, Aim for Experience

Seth Godin, one of my favorite authors, said, “Instead of cajoling your way into the spotlight, consider investing in the experience first.” The nugget of wisdom pierced my heart. As a writer, I seek attention of possible clients, publishers, and entrepreneurs. I thought that the only way to get on top is to work your

Start Writing Even When You Don’t Feel Like It

It’s really hard to write when you don’t feel like it, and the only way to ward off that lazy spirit is to start writing. That’s it. I’ve experienced health issues for the past couple of weeks and now (tonsillitis). It’s hard to write and continue freelancing work at this moment. Plus, I want to

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