Freelance Writers Know This before You Write a Review

Stop! Don’t write a review until you read this blog post. I received a scathing email from someone regarding the review I wrote about WhiteSmoke (I wasn’t paid by WhiteSmoke to write the review). Of course, my review is based on my experience with the product. I can’t stress that enough. In fact, let me […]

The Origins of Common Sense

As a writer, I’m fascinated by the origins of words. I have a fondness for Latin and other languages and would like to learn how to speak many languages. This will come in handy if I’m a contestant on The Amazing Race! I’m intrigued by the word common sense and decided to research it. Where […]

2011 Screenwriting Conferences

If you’re an aspiring screenwriter, attending a conference is a fantastic way to meet other screenwriters and unearth valuable tips and tricks about writing a screenplay. Conferences usually have industry experts such as producers, directors, and other executives. It’s an opportunity to ‘pick the brain’ of these influential people in order for you to write […]

Freelance Writers Follow These Tips When Blogging for Businesses

Most freelance writers offer blog copy writing services because more and more businesses are creating blogs to attract potential customers. Let’s face it — the internet is saturated with blogs. You want to stand out among the crowd and attract visitors who’ll turn into customers. Make sure the blog is engaging while providing solid information […]

Freelance Writers Can Learn from the Soap Opera One Life to Live

You may think that you can’t learn from watching TV, especially soap operas, but you can. Since I’m interested in writing for TV and films, I watch television programs and movies. I’m enjoying One Life to Live which can be watched at your convenience at The writing is hilarious when it comes to the […]