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What Inspires You?

Hey Ladies For quite some time now I've been building my platform for my book. The bigger the following, the more likely a publisher will t…

Started by Heather Shaw Riggleman

4 Mar 7, 2011
Reply by Heather Shaw Riggleman

Finding time to write

Hi!  I thought I'd throw a question out there because it's something I'm really struggling with: When do you find time to write?  I'm a sta…

Started by akbutler

9 Sep 16, 2010
Reply by Michele Arduengo

Know of any ezines/websites paying for articles? *please read even if you don't*

I WAS writing for a certain ezine/blog and researched, polled and created an article and submitted it only to have the owner quit and not p…

Started by Kathleen

16 Jul 19, 2010
Reply by home4ever

Who do you write for?

When you write a post. Who are you talking to? Do you assume Family will see your blog, close 'real' friends, or just plain...the whole wor…

Started by Carissa Rogers

19 Oct 11, 2009
Reply by F R

Looking for contributors. Join me?

Hi all, PesonalFitCoach.com is really starting to take off. I would like to add contributors to the site. Anyone with a passion for fitnes…

Started by Coach Jenn

1 Oct 5, 2009
Reply by Amy

What kind of paid publications do you write for?

I'm just beginning my freelance career, so I haven't done much. But I did get an article in the premiere edition of MBC's Mom's Cliq! I've…

Started by Mary Davis

2 Jun 4, 2009
Reply by Mary Davis

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