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    Tips How to Overcome Writer’s Block

    "One fine morning in the month of May an elegant young horsewoman might have been seen riding a handsome sorrel mare along the flowery avenues of the Bois de Boulogne.' Silence returned, and with it the vague murmur of the prostrate town. Grand had put down the sheet and was still staring at...
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    What kind of freelancing does everyone do?

    Hey all. Currently, I'm guest blogging for an educational video platform. My contributions there are in two main areas, General Language Education and English as a Second Language Teaching. In the past, I've done the 400-words-for-pennies-per-word type of writing, which means picking a client...
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    How do you handle communication with different clients?

    foto credits Hey all. Cooperative platforms and emails aside.... I'm old-school in my communication with clients. This means that I always address the client with a: Dear Client (substituting "client" for a name) Followed by some agreeable words related to the last time we communicated...
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    Tips How to Overcome Writer’s Block

    Hey all. Actually, my take on "writer's block" is perhaps very different from others'. I've seen many articles, blog postings and the like that seem to make the assumption, as @Chillfrost has suggested, that every writer will experience this at one time or another. I'll be the first to raise my...
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    Hey, from sunny (in the daytime!) Spain

    Hey all. Yes, in the daytime, because it's nearly 11 pm right now, so not very sunny in Spain. Which also means that I may be out-of-step time-wise with some others here. That will explain why it might take time for me to get back to the animated discussions and debates I hope to take part in...
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    Where do you do your best work?

    Hey all. Creative writing often takes place in bed, right before going to sleep, and is done in an attractive notebook with a black-inked fine-point pen in longhand. Dream recording usually takes place first thing in the morning on the white throne. Writing for the day job is done on the day...