Welcome to the March 17, 2014 edition of tips and tricks for writers and authors. We’ve got tips on writing, and getting published this week. Thank you to all of the contributors.
Walsh Group presents Respectable Website Design and the Importance of Video posted at The Walsh Group Blog, saying, “One of the best things a small business can to do to attract visitors and diversify its marketing output is to invest in content video creation. However, this investment doesn’t have to be as expensive or headache-inducing to a novice as one may assume.”
Erica Verrillo presents 6 Publishers Accepting Unsolicited Manuscripts from Writers – No Agent Needed posted at Publishing … and Other Forms of Insanity, saying, “Some publishers still accept manuscripts directly from writers. As is the case with most publishers that don’t require an agent, they tend to have a narrow focus. But, if your work falls into the categories they publish, you will have a good chance of having your proposal read. As always, go to the website, look at their other publications to see if yours will be a good fit, and follow all of their submission guidelines carefully.”
Chrys Fey presents How to Write a Query Letter posted at Write With Fey, saying, “As a writer, you will write many queries and send them out to many different agents and/or editors. It is highly important for new writers to understand how to set up a query letter and what should go in one.”
Jon Rhodes presents How To Speed Read posted at Free Hypnosis, saying, “To be a good writer you must read more. If you can read faster, you can read more. Here’s everything you need to know to learn to speed read.”
Jkweath presents 50 Quick Tips: How to Write Better posted at Joshuakeith.net, saying, “This is just a simple list of 50 great tips for improving your writing.”
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