7 Ways to Sharpen Your Editorial Skills- Without Breaking a Bank

To be sincere, I’d rather write up an entire lengthy article or book than edit. Editing stresses me, as well as proofreading. I like to get away from work that I’ve done as fast as possible and I’m guilty of not re-reading because it makes me feel like deleting the entire article. Stephen King said … Continue reading 7 Ways to Sharpen Your Editorial Skills- Without Breaking a Bank

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Identifying Types of Clients by the Tone of their E-mails

Your perception game must be strong as a freelancer, especially when you would like to get referrals from clients. Many freelancers work with people whom they’ve never seen, and will probably never see, and this is one of the beauties of freelancing. However, it can also pose as a challenge because at least while looking … Continue reading Identifying Types of Clients by the Tone of their E-mails

A Comprehensive Guide to Networking for Freelancers

Running a freelance service is fun. It has so many perks attached to it; freedom, flexible working hours, and ability to earn extra money if you're combining it with another job. As attractive as it may seem, freelancing can also be really frustrating especially if you are not getting any projects. This is the dilemma … Continue reading A Comprehensive Guide to Networking for Freelancers

Ever Felt a Disconnect between you and your Work? Read this.

The thing, with storytelling- as with other forms of art, is its un-intending effect upon consumers of literature (and other forms of art). In the undecidedly cunning manner of art, people are bound to lower their guards and allow themselves to experience what they perceive to be something exterior; that is, the lives of others … Continue reading Ever Felt a Disconnect between you and your Work? Read this.