Keep your readers’ index fingers away from the DELETE key. Just follow these 9 guidelines (along with the first 8 in Part 3: Polish) when writing the first draft to create a strong, clean manuscript.
You’ve put your thoughts on the page and organized your work, now follow these 8 guidelines—along with the 9 in Part 3: The Sequel (I got carried away) for a strong, clean first draft.
Good writing, great writing is all about revision. It can fry your brain, but it’s necessary, and it’s worth it. Here are 4 organizational tips I use to keep me in the chair instead of instead of huddled in the corner chewing my hair.
First drafts are tough. But it takes more energy to avoid writing then it does to actually do it. Here are a few tips to help you get your seat in the chair and your words on the page.
When writing your own website, you walk a fine line between boasting—which can be off-putting—and honestly stating how you can help. Here are 4 tips to convince your target audience why they should choose you above all others.