Everyone's processes and life are different. The way people write is different. Find what works for you and not someone else.
After doing these types of writing prompts for months, I started selling being able to sell stories to publications, self-published authors, game developers, children’s publishers, and more.
I am going to break down how I went from being an average writer to a selling and creating powerhouse of a writer.
If you are trying to break into publishing, working on a draft, or deciding whether or not writing is for you, this article was written with you in mind.
You’ll get where you want to go by committing to these steps just like I committed.
I went about picking my niche by following my heart. I didn’t think about what was trending or popular, but instead focused on what I would enjoy writing.
Keep track of what you're working on, what and where you're publishing, and where you're submitting with this easy to fill in calendar made for the writer who wants to control their content and future.
This month, I want to get into revision and the benefits. I'll go over what it entails, different types of editors and editing, and more.
Pitching and querying are how nonfiction writers get work. It's how they make connections and stay constantly publishing.
A guide for people wondering where to find gigs and clients as a freelance writer and editor.