"I Have Nothing To Say!" Overcoming The Fear Of Writing

Written by Penny Graham


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"I Wrote It Down And It Sucks!"

Okay so you haverepparttar words on paper and you hate it. Remember you are not required to be perfect and I bet a lot of your dislike for your writing is your Fear talking. At this point, you proofread what you wrote, make corrections in spelling and grammar as best as you can. The main point is to be clear and organized in what you say. Check your article for repetition. If you found you have repeated a phrase unnecessarily then takerepparttar 129306 extra wording out.

Get another opinion. Read it out loud or have a friend read it. See if your writing makes sense to them and they understand what you are writing about. This will help you inrepparttar 129307 proofing department.

"What If No One Likes It?"

Ok not everyone is going to like it, but there will be people who do. You will never know unless you try. We are far more critical about ourselves than other people are on us. Somewhere some one is going to find what you have to say helpful. I think ofrepparttar 129308 articles I have read that have helped me. It was great to read about someone who already went through what I am going through now. At least I knew that I wasn'trepparttar 129309 only one that was going throughrepparttar 129310 frustrations. I also learned from other people's mistakes, what pitfalls to avoid, saving me some problems inrepparttar 129311 future.

Don't write simply for business reasons, but write fromrepparttar 129312 heart withrepparttar 129313 intention of wanting to help someone else. If your article has helped or motivated one person in any way, then your writing has served a purpose. Yes there are benefits like name branding, credibility, free advertising, etc, butrepparttar 129314 thing that countsrepparttar 129315 most, is you wrote fromrepparttar 129316 heart and someone was helped. Remember we all learn from each other and we are all in this together.

Okay now your article is done. Put your resource box atrepparttar 129317 end. Now go get it published. Ezines and websites are always looking for new content and there is someone out there waiting to learn from you! An excellent place to start is at http://www.Marketing-Seek.com. This website is for new writers to submit and publish their articles. Also has a great resource for you to check out on other places to submit your article. ---------------------------------------- This article may freely be reproduced providedrepparttar 129318 following resource box is included intact atrepparttar 129319 end ofrepparttar 129320 article. ----------------------------------------



Copyright 2003 Penny Graham. All rights reserved. Penny believes three important things are needed for online success-honesty, motivation, and willingness to help others. She is owner of http://www.Insightful-info.com that provides online business resources to help people make their business an online success. She can be contacted at editor@insightful-info.com.




Filters-What They Are, How To Avoid Them

Written by Jennifer Turner


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Inrepparttar first instance, we're being told about her embarrassment, not how she behaves when embarrassed. Now, take another character, who perhaps becomes angry when she's embarrassed andrepparttar 129304 sentence would read like this:

"She clenched her fists and scowled, enraged he would embarrass her with such lewd comments."

By fixingrepparttar 129305 reader deeply intorepparttar 129306 character, there is no need to tell them she felt, or she saw,repparttar 129307 writer simply needs to show what that characters feels and sees. As in a character who has a background in fashion design might look at a sunset and see:

"The glowing sun castrepparttar 129308 landscape in vermillion and gold, a combination she could use inrepparttar 129309 fall designs."

Or another character, who is a romantic at heart, might seerepparttar 129310 same sight and think:

"The glowing sun castrepparttar 129311 landscape in vermillion and gold, a lush and perfect backdrop for her date's handsome face.

Neither ofrepparttar 129312 above would have quiterepparttar 129313 same impact ifrepparttar 129314 writer used:

"She sawrepparttar 129315 glowing sun castrepparttar 129316 landscape in vermillion and gold."

Working with you're characters, their experiences, and learning to show their thoughts rather than telling them, will enliven your work and carryrepparttar 129317 story torepparttar 129318 next level.

Author of dozens of articles and award winning short stories, Jennifer Turner offers caring and concise critiques for aspiring authors without the high cost of big business editorial services at, ROTO-WRITER CRITIQUE SERVICE http://jturner.00books.com/index.html


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