Writing Hacks for Aspiring Authors

Writing Hack #2. Aspiring Writers Rock!

33 Writing Hacks for Those Craving to Publish: Writing Hack #2 Aspiring Writers Rock! by Deborah S. NelsonWriting an article, book, song, screenplay, or poem is akin to creating life—a fantasy life. The story we tell is brought to life by our carefully chosen, inspired words. Words are like a brushstroke on a canvas—they paint a picture.

As an aspiring writer, you strive to tell a story, to teach a thing, and to entertain, to create laughter and very life itself.  If you write fiction your characters begin to take on a life of their own. Your words, thoughts, feelings are brought to life through the action of writing.

If you aspire to write, most certainly the creativity inside you is seeking to be expressed. You want to share ideas, philosophies, morals, and truths. If you are a journalist, you seek facts and documentation that leads readers to the truth. If fiction is your venue, then you entertain your readers with storylines and characters that distract, delight, and drive a plot to its conclusion.

Are Your a Wannabe Writer? Try 33 Writing Hacks for Those Craving to Publish by Deborah S. Nelson

With courage and compassion, you strive to teach, entertain, and move your reader. From now on, never apologize for being an aspiring writer. All great writers began here. Always remember, if you are an aspiring writer—YOU ROCK!

Deborah S. Nelson is an aspiring writer who has written and published 22 books to Amazon.com in the past nine years. She has worked inside a publishing house and written at least 400 online and offline articles. She claims she is still an aspiring writer addicted to the thrill of publishing—both your thrill and hers. That thrill is what propelled her into publishing coaching—and keeps her hooked!

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