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WRITER'S LIFE
Nonfiction
December, 2012

WRITER'S LIFE
Nonfiction

Plagiarize Your Eyes
India BuzzAbove all, plagiarism is illegal, so remember, to quote our Great Decider George W. Bush, “You can run but you can’t hide.” If a writer “borrows,” somewhere, someone will have read the original and connect the dots.
By Buzz Burza


WRITER'S LIFE
Nonfiction

Great vs Adequate Writing Part I
In part one of a three-part series, M. Y. Mim discusses the importance of the mastering the skill of writing.
By M. Y. Mim


WRITER'S LIFE
Nonfiction

Switching From Print To Broadcast Writing
Reflections on what it takes for writers to make the move from print journalism to broadcast journalism.
By Gene Lenore


WRITER'S LIFE
Nonfiction

Internet Freelance Leads
Using a combination of your writing skills and autosurfs, you can set up a lucrative proofreading, writing, editing business from the convenience of your home-office chair.
By Rowdy Rhodes


WRITER'S LIFE
Nonfiction

A Tiger's Tale
India BuzzThe mythical address had housed several stabs at restaurants, until the opening of what would become a legendary name in T.O.'s Kensington Market — Tiger's Coconut Grove.
By Buzz Burza


WRITER'S LIFE
Nonfiction

Recycle, Renew, Reuse
Stop getting screwed out of your next reprint opportunity by being aware of the importance and impact of your rights to re-sell your work.
By Karen Braynard


WRITER'S LIFE
Nonfiction

Primarily Journalism
Answer the questions, hook the reader, and neatly bring your newspaper or journalism article to a meaningful end.
By Eliott Fields


WRITER'S LIFE
Nonfiction

The Largest Conference You Can Attend
The Internet is a writer's broadest marketplace using an attractive online presence, viral marketing, with established auto surfs and start pages can be vital to an author's business success.
By Mark London


WRITER'S LIFE
Nonfiction

More Monkey Business
India BuzzOne of the sad side effects of unbridled success is the "monkey-see, monkey-do" factor, and the New York Learning Network cluttered up The Big Apple with undistinguishable product.
By Buzz Burza


WRITER'S LIFE
Nonfiction

Neither A Wisher Nor A Flinger Be
Most writers get an idea for an article and write it as quickly as they can. But things go awry when they see a magazine on the stand and jot down the web address.
By Linda J. Hucthinson





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