Featured Author: BF (Bobbi) Graham

Our conversation today is with Barbara (Bobbi) Florio Graham, a long-time freelance writer, book author, indie publisher, and frequent contributor to Freelance Writer’s Report. This is our … [Read more...]

Featured Author: Cindy Davis

In between her freelance editing assignments and critique services, Cindy Davis writes books — from memoir to mystery to fantasy. Our conversation with her today is about three of her fiction … [Read more...]

Interviewing by Telephone

While interviewing experts and sources via email has become more acceptable and commonplace, it lacks in two important areas: It lacks spontaneity, as the person being interviewed can … [Read more...]

Featured Author: Charlie Hudson

Our “conversation” today is with Charlie Hudson, author of Your Room at the End: Thoughts About Aging We'd Rather Avoid … written for Baby Boomers as we face our parents’ aging, our aging, … [Read more...]

Featured Author: Mary Harwell Sayler

Our “author conversation” today is with Mary Harwell Sayler, author of Living in the Nature Poem Writers-Editors Network:  What inspired you to write this book? Mary Harwell Sayler:  Since … [Read more...]

Featured Author: Paul Fein

Our "author conversation" today is with Paul Fein, author of Tennis Confidential and Tennis Confidential II. Writers-Editors Network:  What inspired you to write Tennis … [Read more...]

Article Writing Golden Rules: A Baker’s Dozen

1. Eliminate vague statements; they convey no meaning ... be specific. Example:  Saying a CEO drives up in her “car” says nothing. saying she drives up in her 2014 Torch Red Corvette Stingray … [Read more...]

Six reasons to enter writing contests

  Writing contest season is upon us. Although contests appear throughout the year, many are tied into writing conferences, which proliferate during late spring and through the summer. So … [Read more...]

12 Days of Cogitation for the New Year

While we’re in the midst of the twelve days of Christmas, and soon to be opening our crisp new 2013 calendars, let’s begin writing on those calendars early by penciling in 12 Days of … [Read more...]

Working that new project into your schedule

So we’re all excited about our new projects for the coming year. From earlier comments, it looks like you’re going to be busy writing a second book ... redesigning your website ... writing … [Read more...]