Writing career by Writing about ?Writing? ..

You can ask yourself endless questions on ‘what’ is going to be the subject of your article. Don’t despair! This is not a problem. Any topic will do, and a lot of people will read your article as far as you pay attention to the top rule of the internet: Give away information.

This is the reason why people read articles, and that’s why you are reading this article in the first place! Think for a moment: Why am I reading this article?

Of course, you might say it’s out of curiosity, but the most popular answer would be: To get informed in this field.

The best way to start writing straightaway is to think of an experience of yours. It could be any experience, good or bad, on any subject. I have started my writing career by writing about ‘writing’. Sounds funny? It may be , but it has helped me sort out a lot of ‘writing’ related issues and find my way through them. Before starting writing articles for the web though, I read a lot. I practically read anything I came across online, from ads to news items, and from book reviews to ebooks. I became a reviewer to get into the ‘things’ faster, and I joined a lot of online communities as well. Then I started writing How-to articles.

One of my first ones focused on the Cover Letter, how to write a smashing letter fast and easily and then send it off to an editor/publisher. You can read this article for free at my site, In a short time I had produced a lot of articles on ‘writing’, and then I came across the ‘ebook’ device. I said: Why not? It’s free and now I can try to create my own book.

So, I did and that was just the beginning. But, creating ebooks is another story.

If you are interested in ebooks, all the instructions are included in my first rebook, Writing Basics, along with a lot of useful tips and information on writing, as well as markets to submit your work to.

If you are a new writer or new with the internet as a means of getting published online, you should read it.

In Writing Basics I wrote down my own experiences on writing , but there are also other writers’ articles included ,as well as interviews that will help you in your writing career.

The odd thing is that a few years ago I did not even know how to operate a computer, and now I am creating e books! Isn’t it amazing? And know what? Publishers want books about writing , and articles about writing are always very popular. So, why not give it a try yourself?

Liana Metal is a reviewer and writer living in Europe. She has written fiction and non fiction, and at the moment she is creating ebooks on a variety of subjects.

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Anne Rice share some of her personal insights into writing.
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23 thoughts on “Writing career by Writing about ?Writing? ..

  • October 13, 2013 at 10:54 am
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    0:40 – 0:46 (This entire video in an amazing nutshell. Loop it over and over…)

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  • October 13, 2013 at 11:31 am
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    Very motivating and passionate advice Anne! As a self published author, I can say that you nailed it emphasizing on motivation. That’s the most important thing when it comes to writing. Never let negativity towards your work hamper your progress.Whether some agent rejects you, or you are negative yourself. Passion about your voice and book is something that needs to be maintained and a writer’s biggest enemy is self-doubt!

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  • October 13, 2013 at 1:07 pm
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    Came across this a few weeks ago in Rilke’s “Letters to a Young Poet”:

    Your doubt can become a good quality if you train it . . . Ask it, whenever it wants to spoil something for you, why something is ugly, demand proofs from it, test it, and you will perhaps find it helpless . . . the day will dawn when it will become, instead of a subverter, one of your best workmen.

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  • October 13, 2013 at 2:31 pm
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    Thank you Ms Rice! i justed started writing a story thats been running through my head for years now and this is the best advice i found. started last night and im excited to continue it today! love your books by the way!

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  • October 13, 2013 at 2:33 pm
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    My queen of the pen! This is inspired me to pick up those old things I put aside and start writing again. You’re right it has to come from within and you have to do it yourself. I have always written from the point of view of pain. I feel deeply grateful for all you have taught me through your videos. You’re extremely gracious with your knowledge and I appreciate you so very much!

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  • October 13, 2013 at 3:20 pm
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    Fantastic advice. Thank you Anne. It is so important to keep positive and I love your attitude.

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  • October 13, 2013 at 3:59 pm
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    Well, in Italy self publishing is not so widespread, but this is not the issue. The issue is that i go on writing.

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  • October 13, 2013 at 4:54 pm
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    That must be the loveliest advice I could have hoped to chance on. There is something about the combination of unruliness in writing and stubbornness that is simply irresistible!

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  • October 13, 2013 at 6:23 pm
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    Thank you, Anne! This was exactly what I needed to hear. Reach for the fire from heaven.

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  • October 13, 2013 at 7:11 pm
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    The most helpful quick tips I’ve learned:

    Use the active not the passive voice. (Mostly)
    Show don’t tell.
    Don’t write: He saw, heard, tasted etc.
    Keep pronouns to a minimum.
    Keep adverbs to a minimum. (Especially in dialogue – [i.e. – he said cheerily])
    Use just ‘said’ and ‘told’ in dialogue. (Mostly)
    The 2nd Draft = The 1st Draft minus 10%.
    Always believe.
    Always believe.
    Always believe.

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  • October 13, 2013 at 7:53 pm
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    I was once talking to someone I knew and I told her that I was writing a novel that I hoped to publish. She gave me the warning, “Well, you’d better be prepared to write lots of books.” She said it as if it were a bad thing, a snake in the grass waiting to jump out at you. Her tone and manner said, “You don’t have a chance.” Mind you this person has nothing to do with with writing or publishing, no experience. You just have to ignore people like that.

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  • October 13, 2013 at 8:28 pm
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    I can’t help but fell like she was ripping into Twlight :P I friggen love her

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  • October 13, 2013 at 8:38 pm
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  • October 13, 2013 at 8:51 pm
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    I STILL LOVE YOU—-BUT LIKE YOU SAY—NOW I NEED TO WRITE!! XXX TC. John

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  • October 13, 2013 at 9:22 pm
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    Anne give us here, the best kind of advice ever, to write!! Thank you, Anne, I was not stuck (novel completed but I was procrastinating in what’s called the polishing stage or editing if you will) I think you’re great—and well, that says it all really-because your advice has taught me to get up off my ass and get it done!!! I LOVE YOU XXX John B. C.

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