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Written By: symsyd - Mar• 14•17

[…] in wherever you go. If you’ve got the content, and the views, it’s more than possible to make a good living. You don’t have to be in Silicon Valley to be a player in digital media. Of course, you can jet […]

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By: Live, Dream, Travel: The Best Jobs for a Digital Nomad | National Society of Leadership and Success

Written By: symsyd - Mar• 13•17

[…] in wherever you go. If you’ve got the content, and the views, it’s more than possible to make a good living. You don’t have to be in Silicon Valley to be a player in digital media. Of course, you can jet […]

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12 Questions To Help You Create Memorable Characters

Written By: symsyd - Sep• 05•16

Would you like to create memorable characters? Of course you would!

But where do great characters come from?

Are they great because of what they do, or because of what they say?

Suppose someone walks into a store and asks, “May I see what you have in a nice .30 caliber hollow point?”

If this character is a combat infantry squad leader or deer hunter, if his greatest achievements are his marksmanship and taking a life here and there,

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128 Ways to Avoid the Word “Very” [Infographic]

Written By: symsyd - Aug• 29•16

Have you ever noticed how often you use the word ‘very’?

We tend to use it to make a point or express a superlative. However, we often end up with a lame sentence because the word ‘very’ has lost all power through overuse.

Check out the fantastic infographic below that offers 128 words you can use instead of ‘very’.

This list of words will make your writing sparkle!

128 Words to Use Instead of Very

What did you learn from the infographic?

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47 Killer Tips All Writers Need When Their Creativity Goes AWOL

Written By: symsyd - Aug• 19•16

All writers have this vague hope that the elves will come in the night and finish any stories. ~Neil Gaiman

Scary, isn’t it?

That wall.

Behind which all your great words are waiting. Waiting to be released, to fly away, to change the world.

Scary because that wall appeared from nowhere.

One minute you were on such a flow. Ideas flew out of your head faster than your fingers could turn them into words.

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The Science Behind Writing Drunk and Editing Sober: Infographic

Written By: symsyd - Aug• 14•16

Hemingway’s famous advice was to “write drunk, edit sober”.

Although there is a lot of debate as to whether Hemingway actually said this, it does raise an interesting question: does alcohol help with the writing process?

It is no secret that some of the greatest authors were heavy drinkers, including David Foster Wallace, Edgar Allan Poe, Truman Capote, and of course Ernest Hemingway.

Hemingway enjoyed a cocktail or two so often that another writer,

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The Ultimate 10 Step Guide to Plan and Write Your Book

Written By: symsyd - Aug• 09•16

Writing a book isn’t easy.

It takes weeks, probably months, of consistent work.

It will challenge you.

Yet … a book can change everything.

Perhaps your book will add an extra income stream to your freelancing business, bringing in royalties so that you’re no longer purely tied to by-the-hour work.

Perhaps your book will be an important signifier of your expertise in your field, impressing current clients …

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How to Make Writing Fun: 5 Apps for Writers

Written By: symsyd - Aug• 04•16

Feeling exhausted?

Frustrated?

Anxious?

Congratulations, you just might be a writer.

From a spectator’s point of view, writing seems easy. All you have to do is sit down and let the words flow out of your minds and onto the page.

The reality is rather different, and you are certainly familiar with what we are talking about.

Staring at a blank page for hours,

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What’s the Story Here? Creative Writing Excercise

Written By: symsyd - Jul• 30•16

creative writing exercise

It’s time for a creative writing exercise! Whether you write fiction or non-fiction, you need to boost your creativity.

Take a look at the image above.

What’s the story?

Can you come up with a mini-drama of not more than 350 words?

Here’s how it works:

  • We set the scene
  • You make it your own, and
  • Share your creation in the comments section of this post

 Now for the ground rules:

  • Your story must be 350 words or less.

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Interview With Charles Rosenberg: From Zero to Bestselling Author in 2 Years

Written By: symsyd - Jul• 28•16

reach best-selling heights

In the space of just over two years, an Charles Rosenbert went from zero to bestselling author.

How did he do it?

Here’s what happened…

A couple of years ago, I downloaded a free Kindle book by Charles Rosenberg. It was called Death on a High Floor.  Honestly, I didn’t expect much.

But I was so excited by the style of writing that I hunted down Charles on Facebook and sent him this message:

“Loved the book!

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