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Network, network, network.

Meet people in your community. Get involved. Volunteer. Build relationships.

Introduce yourself and get to know writers who you admire.

Gaining experience isn’t just about writing; it’s about building relationships. The more people you know, the more opportunities will come your way.


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Work at it every day.

Would you believe I still work at honing my writing skills every day?

I believe that if I’m not growing, I’m stagnating. Writers who think they have arrived get lazy and become obsolete.


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Look for opportunities.

Do you volunteer with an organization that could use writing help? Is your local newspaper looking for content?

Opportunities, paid and unpaid, can give you valuable experience.

Be willing to do what nobody else will do.


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Create your writer’s website.

When you begin pitching your work to agents and publishers , they’ll look you up on the Internet.

Your website becomes your calling card, your portfolio, and it also al...


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Don’t quit.

You’ll find more than enough reasons to give up. Determine to write no matter what.

Study, research, grow, develop a thick skin, work hard, accept editing and input—painful as they can be, and learn to become an aggressive, even ferocious sel...


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How To Start?

Among the steps necessary to grow as a writer , you’ll want to:

  • Read as many books on the craft as you can get your hands on, starting with with my favorites...


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Don’t wait to call yourself a writer.

You don’t have to be published to be a writer. You’re a writer if you’re writing—working at it, learning, progressing.

You don’t have to be published to be a writer. ...


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Writers Write!

Writers Write!

The bottom line? Dreamers talk about writing. Writers write.

You don’t have to be overly prolific to enjoy a writing career. But you do have to produce, and that takes knowledge and training.

I wasn’t born a good ...


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Writing As A Career

Writing As A Career

So, you want a writing career…

You have your reasons. You’ve long loved to write, and people have told you you have a way with words.

But how do you know the time is right or whether you have what it takes?

I urge you to immerse yourself in the craft. If you really wa...


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Being a volunteer lets you choose how to make an impact in your community doing something that matters to you.

Check with your professional organization for volunteering opportunities. You can also get involved with a non-profit to help them with fundraising for a worthy cause.

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You may be more easily motivated and shaped by the people in your life rather than organizations/causes.

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