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7 Top-Paying Ideas to Write From Home

7 Top-Paying Ideas to Write From Home

Here are 7 Top-Paying ideas to write from home. I’ve gone for as much diversity in jobs, so you can choose, among other, to journal on bees, submit horror books, or write fantasies! Be sure to go browse through them all before getting started. Continue reading 7 Top-Paying Ideas to Write From Home

Writer’s Magic and Inspiration by Michele Barrow-Belisle

Michele Barrow-Belisle has become one of the most sought after authors, her radiant beauty shines through her writings and exploits the allure of her inner nature. Today The Write Styles is truly honored to share A Writer’s Magic and Inspiration By Michele Barrow-Belisle with you.

A Writer’s Magic and Inspiration By Michele Barrow-Belisle

A blogger once described my writing journey so far as a Cinderella Story. He went on to explain how I’d landed an agent and a publishing deal, and that my debut novel had hit the bestseller list, sold audio and foreign language rights, and been optioned for a major motion picture. I remember pausing to reflect on his analogy for a moment, at first wondering if the “magic” of Cinderella took into account the blood, sweat and tears that went into getting my first book published. Then I smiled when I realized that, yes, it really did. Continue reading Writer’s Magic and Inspiration by Michele Barrow-Belisle

7 Great Remote Writing Jobs for Freelancers

Are you a Freelancer? These companies are offering 7 great remote writing jobs.

This week is offering seven great remote writing jobs for you to browse through and select what suits your writing style. Venture 4th is really appealing as they are constantly looking for new talent, so be sure to browse through all their categories. As Always, Good Luck!

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Mind Mapping to Overcome Writer’s Block.

Bursting to share your story?

Now that you have before you the perfect opportunity to find a job, you narrow the opportunities down to that one job that  you feel suits your writing style the most, you immerse yourself into the job, right?

Sometimes, but not always! You may agree that as a writer you often tend to have ‘that day’ when the mere idea of writing can leave you feeling totally overwhelmed about where to begin!

The keyboard lies in front of you seeming far more intimidating than inviting, and the screen before you glares blankly back at you. It is very often a very disconcerting feeling that I would not wish upon any writer, so I have decided to share my mind map with you, and I do trust that it will help you. Continue reading Mind Mapping to Overcome Writer’s Block.

6 Free Writing Contests

Enter one of 6 Free Writing Contests and win big this week on The Write Styles!

#1 Rhyme On! Adult Poetry Free Writing Contest.

First Prize:  $200

Deadline: 15 April 2016

We’re celebrating National Poetry Month this April with our third annual contest! You can submit your poem for the 2016 contest from March 1 to April 15. Make sure you read the submission requirements before you get to Read More.

#2 Blue Mountain Arts Contest.

Deadline: 30 June 2016
First Prize: $300

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5 Steps to Achieve Your Writing Goals

5 Steps and Many Tools to Reach Your Writing Goals.

Do you have that goal or task that you would love to tackle, tomorrow, next month, next year, or even some day, but essentially you have other projects piled sky-high that are preventing you from reaching your ultimate dream project? Well here are some steps and tools to help you.

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U.S. President Dwight D Eisenhower gave a speech at the Second Assembly of the World Council of Churches in 1954, which later came to be known as the “Eisenhower Principle. To understand this principle it is essential that you first take a deep look at what is really urgent and important, and prioritize your schedule accordingly.

  • Important leads to achievement of a set goal, whether it be personal or professional.
  • Urgent require immediate action and benefit someone else’s goal.

Applying the Eisenhower Principle: Continue reading 5 Steps to Achieve Your Writing Goals