11 Kinds of Magazine Articles You Can Write

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Are you looking for ideas?

Writing magazine articles is a good way to bring in steady extra income while you work on your book. But do you struggle to find ideas?

Let the following list of 11 types of articles you can write serve as a springboard. Each type has it own requirements and purposes.

If you are a regular subscriber of one or two specific periodicals, consider how their articles fit into the following categories. Then think about [Read more…]

Creative Marketing with Cheryl Barker

Creative marketing Cheryl Barker author interviewI’m pleased to have Cheryl Barker with me for this month’s author interview.

Cheryl is the author of Mother of the Bride—Refreshment and Wisdom for the Mother of the Bride that released last month. She’s also written for compilation books, magazines, other publications, and for Blue Mountain Arts greeting cards, gift books, and calendars. [Read more…]

You’ve written a book. Now what?

doberman looking at a laptopSo there you sit, staring at the book you’ve written. You’re proud of your hard work, and you should be.

Now you’re faced with “What do I do next?”

If you’ve only just finished the draft, then it’s time to start in on revisions.

Maybe you’ve revised and revised, and then revised some more and feel it’s time to start submitting to potential publishers.

I know beyond a doubt, you truly want to get your book published. I’ve been there, and [Read more…]

Don’t let intimidating tasks force you to procrastinate.

When a task intimidates you, are you inclined to procrastinate doing it?

I admit, I do.

Usually it’s fear that stops me from taking action. Fear of the technology or the complexity of the task and so I procrastinate (for days, months, and yes, even years).

Invariably when I finally get to a point of [Read more…]

My Top 3 Tips for Self-Motivation

I can do this! With God, all things are possible.

Mondays.

The hardest day of the week for me and many others. For most because they face getting up and going to the 9-5 job. Yes, I have to get up, but I only have to walk 6 feet from my bed to my office desk. How great is that!

Whether you leave home for work or not, Mondays are about motivation. I look at my weekly calendar of scheduled work and can too easily feel overwhelmed. Especially if I’m not seeing any results with the work I’ve been doing.

For writers working a day job and writing at night (or in the early hours before work), it’s finding motivation to [Read more…]

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