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INKWELL NEWSWATCH (IN)
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The Inkwell
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A Publishing Division of Freelance Writing Organization International

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COLUMNS
INstruction
December, 2012

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INstruction

High Expectations
INstructionHelping new writers learn about the craft and possibly reminding seasoned creators about things that may have slipped their minds has been a great opportunity. I'm looking forward to 2009!
By Helen Dunn Frame


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Outdated Laws Or Plot Twists
INstructionClever little things laws. Add some spice to your writing by pulling out obscure laws.
By Helen Dunn Frame


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Getting Publicity
INstructionKnowing how to create an effective press release is useful to a writer for many purposes. Get publicity for yourself and your group, and then use this experience to generate publicity in the media for your writing.
By Helen Dunn Frame


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Rushing Work
INstructionAllowing yourself time to put a newly finished piece aside and then come back to it later with fresh eyes can improve your success rate. What's the rush?
By Helen Dunn Frame


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Marketing Books To Libraries
INstructionSeeing libraries as a marketing partner is useful. If you've had an unpleasant library experience, don't let it keep you from this marketing opportunity.
By Helen Dunn Frame


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"I" Isn't In
INstructionDraw your reader in with the hook of something tempting a reason to take an interest. Establish the reader's interest and your expertise before bringing the focus to yourself.
By Helen Dunn Frame


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Writing INterruptus
INstruction Life will interrupt your writing. There are things that will demand your attention. Dealing with "writing interruptus" is a matter of attitude.
By Helen Dunn Frame


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Photos Increase Sales
INstructionPump up your content with photos. With all the information available on the Internet and the fact that it costs nothing to delete the photos you don't like, click away with confidence.
By Helen Dunn Frame


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Background INformation
INstructionCollect descriptive background information from all of your encounters. Make notes and apply these details to your creations.
By Helen Dunn Frame


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Writing Trade-Outs
INstructionWriting trade-outs can put a little experience under your belt and a little gas in your tank. Contact your local area publications to see about freelancing trade-outs for them.
By Helen Dunn Frame


 
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