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What I Learned About Writing After Reading These 10 Books

Note: This is a guest post by Emily Johnson, she’s a blogger and a content strategist at omnipapers.com. She is also a contributor on various websites about career advice, productivity, work issues, blogging and writing. You can follow her on Twitter.

“If you want to write better, read more.”

Have you ever heard this advice? This advice can be found all over the web. Even Stephen King tells us that if you don’t read, you don’t have the tools to write.


7 Inspirational Quotes That Could Change Your Life

Every now and then you read a book, watch a movie or simply hear a story where you learn something that dramatically changes your life. It’s profound when it happens. But as remarkable as it may be, it is also rare and unpredictable.

I’ve come to realize such special lessons only come when the moment is right. Call it destiny if you will, but I believe when the student is ready, the master will appear.

I also believe we will not move on to the next lesson until we’ve fully understood, accepted and embraced the last one. Today I’d like to share the most powerful lessons I have learned.

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Why Some Blog Writers Become Incredibly Popular and You Can, Too.

There’s a certain magic some bloggers have which makes them become popular.

You can be one of them, because the magic is within you, too. It is.

It’s only a matter of discovering it, harnessing it and using it.


7 Steps to Create a Successful Business By Teaching Writing Online

Note: This is a guest post by Eduardo Yi, he is the lead content marketer at Teachable, a platform that allows everyone, from creative individuals to established organizations, to easily teach online and create profitable businesses.

Online learning, one of the biggest and fastest growing industries, is already estimated to be worth eight figures and counting.


8 Ways To Balance A Writing Career While Making Family A Priority

Note: This is a guest post by Lisa Hall-Wilson, she’s an award-winning freelance journalist and author. She teaches writing classes online and writes historical and speculative fiction. Visit her website at LisaHallWilson.com. You can also find her on Facebook.

I have been a stay-at-home mom off and on for eighteen years. For the last twelve years, I’ve also been a writer.

I went from knowing nothing to having my own freelance business and being a national award-winning freelance journalist and author. One thing I had to learn was how to carve out time for my writing career while keeping my family a priority. You can, too.


How to Sell Thousands of Books When You Don’t Have an Audience

By Positive Writer contributor Frank McKinley.

Do you have a book inside you that needs to be shared with the world?

I know how you feel. You should write it and sell it, even if you don’t have an audience yet…


Why No One Is Paying Attention To You (And How to Change It)

Everyone wants to know how to get more attention for their work, but not everyone is willing to do what it takes. The question you have to ask yourself is a simple one, and yet, it’s profound and can change everything. Are you willing to do what it takes?

If yes, continue. If no, then stop reading now.

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How to Adopt the Positive Habit of Journaling

Note: This is a post by Positive Writer contributor, Andy Mort of SheepDressedLikeWolves.com

You already know the amazing benefits, so why is it still so hard to keep a journal?


You Know You’re a Writer When…

I asked friends and fellow bloggers from Tribe Writers to finish a sentence, “You know you’re a writer when…”

The responses came flooding in. They make me so proud to be a writer! Read the responses below and when you’re finished reading, take a moment to join the fun and complete the sentence in the comments, too.


How to Become a Better Writer and Get Attention for Your Work

How do I become a better writer? (&) How do I get more attention for my work?

Those are the two questions I’m asked the most.