How do you write when you have no ideas? When I taught Language Arts and Journalism, I often watched students stare at their blank pages, bewildered. They knew they had to write – and they even wanted to write – but they had nothing to write about.
These five tips won’t just help you become a freelance writer…they’ll ensure you keep getting article assignments you don’t even have to pitch! Imagine that. No more query letters, sending article ideas to magazine editors, or even trolling the internet for online publications.
Who did God create you to be? If He created you to become a writer without a degree, partner with Him and you will blossom. This doesn’t mean it’ll be an easy road or that you won’t have to work! But you will find yourself eager to do the work you love because He designed you to do it.
I’m preparing for a month-long trip overseas (India? Greece? Jordan?), and am looking for vacation discounts. I’m not a “travel blogger” but I often write about my travel experiences. These are the best tips I’ve found so far; they’re perfect for writers and bloggers who don’t usually write about travel but who are going on a trek, all-inclusive vacation, or trip to the moon.
It’s every aspiring writer’s conundrum: you can’t write for magazines because you haven’t been published yet, and you can’t get published because you haven’t sold any articles yet. Fear not; I have good news! Learning how to write your author bio – even if you’ve never been published – may be easier than you think.
How do you start an online magazine that has good ideas, attracts subscribers and advertisers, makes a profit, and even creates a community of readers who share tips and support?