Category Archives: Writers@Work

Writers@Work: 7 Ways to Build a Business Around Your Book by Nina Amir

Dear Writers, I’m delighted to welcome my colleague Nina Amir to the blog to talk about how you can make money by creating a business around your book! Enjoy, Rochelle, the Write Now! Coach   7 Ways to Build a … Continue reading

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Writers@Work: How to Break Into Travel Writing by Kristine Hansen

Hello writers, I’m delighted to welcome colleague and fellow writing teacher Kristine Hansen to the blog to talk about breaking into travel writing. If you like what she has to say, check out her bio—she’s offering a travel writing class … Continue reading

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Writers@Work: What Journalism School Taught Me About Writing by Kevin Gannon

Welcome, writers. Today’s post comes from a recent journalism school grad. In it he offers his top five—what he learned about writing from school! Chime in with your top learnings! —Rochelle, the Write Now! Coach   Writers@Work: What Journalism School … Continue reading

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Writers@Work: Content Marketing Writing by Jennifer Goforth Gregory

I met Jennifer Goforth Gregory at ASJA’s Content Connections conference and was immediately impressed by her knowledge about content marketing writing. For those of you who’d like to make more money from writing and feel like the freelance print market … Continue reading

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Writers@Work: The Problem with Source Finding Services by Ryan Evans

I met Ryan Evans at the #ASJA Content Connections conference in Chicago. I was immediately impressed with how his company Source Sleuth helps journalists find the best sources. I immediately thought of you all–and how you could make use of the … Continue reading

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Writers@Work: The Art and Science of Translation by Katherine Douglass

When I first spoke with Katherine several years ago, she was living in France. Though she described her house as old and drafty, I envied her romantic life—living and working in the French countryside. She was working on a book, … Continue reading

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Learn How to Structure Your Scenes—in 5 Minutes! by K.M. Weiland (@KMWeiland)

Hello writers! I’m delighted to welcome K.M. Weiland to the blog today to teach us how to structure a scene quickly. On September 25, Weiland will be talking to our Write Now! Mastermind class about Scene Sequences: Building Your Book from … Continue reading

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Writers@Work: How to be a Fit Writer by Dana DeGrazia

Hey writers! If you’ve followed this blog over the past few years, you know I’m passionate about fitness. I’m an avid walker, weight lifter (honest!), and wannabe runner. I also dabble in yoga. But mostly, I’m trying to move enough … Continue reading

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Writers@Work: Building Reader Engagement on Your Blog by Nina Badzin

I’m delighted to welcome fellow blogger Nina Badzin to the blog. I met her through the blogging community and was immediately captivated by her enthusiasm and social media savvy. When we spoke (virtually, of course!), I learned that we share … Continue reading

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Writers@Work: Copywriting for Fun and Profit by Joel Habush

Today’s guest post comes from Joel Habush, an award-winning copywriter. I met Joel a few years ago when we sat on a panel about making money from writing. I immediately knew that if I wanted to learn about copywriting, this … Continue reading

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