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Month: January 2012

How To Start A Book – Seven Tips For New Writers

Starting a book can be the most difficult part of the process. Many a new author will procrastinate and find all sorts of reason for not starting. At the end of the day though it is down to the individual to break down the barriers and get on with it. Here are a few tips for doing just that.

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Writing Jobs 20/01/2012

Check out this week’s writing jobs and good luck. Remember, if you want lots of writing jobs sent to you once a week, sign up for our Premier1 newsletter.

Entertainment Bloggers and Guest Bloggers

Starpulse is currently looking for creative bloggers and guest bloggers with social network skills to join our contributing writer network. We are looking for writers who can inform

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Writing Tip: Read This Out Loud

Editing is a bore. It’s a pain. It’s far too easy to gloss over what we’ve written (it’s not like we don’t know the ending) without really taking it in. How many novels and other works have you, dear reader, come across with wonky sentence phrasings and obvious wrong words? If they’d taken this first tip, perhaps it wouldn’t have happened. Here’s the Tip: Read what you’ve written out loud.

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How to Successfully Write the Plot of Your Story in Reverse

How can one write a good fiction story in reverse? This may seem a trick question until you realise this simple fact: a novel is defined by its outcome. Put it in another way; every story has a Controlling Idea; and this idea is embedded in the final climax of the story. You cannot know what you are really trying to say until you have your Controlling Idea. And the corollary of that is: you cannot find out what you are trying to say until you have written your story. So what do you do?

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Writing Jobs 13/01/2012

The latest writing jobs available -hot off the press. You can get lots of writing jobs sent directly to you by signing up for our Premier1 newsletter.

Freelance Copywriter

Rapidly growing restaurant group is looking for experienced freelance copy writer. Writer needs to have an understanding and appreciation for food, wine, and the NYC restaurant scene. Must be able to deliver a message and entice the consumer in a concise and effective manner. Expe

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Fiction Writing – Reasons to Tell a Story

There are as many reasons to tell a fictionalized story as there are books in print or eBook. Do you think you have a story to tell? Take a look around the fiction shelves of a bookstore and note the others who felt similarly. Then determine your own reasons for telling your story and consider the below questions.

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How To Repurpose Your Articles To The Maximum

Most people tend to write an article and then submit it to a few top article directories. Then they may put it onto their blog. There are many other things that you can do with that article and here are a few tips on how to repurpose your article so that you can get the most out of it. In this way you will save a lot of time and make your content go a lot further.

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