3 Things for Writing Effective Query Letters


Listen to the Writer’s Market Podcast series. Each free episode includes a “Three Things” segment focused on helping writers find success with their writing. This one looks at three things for writing effective query letters. (Click here to check out … More »

Call for Submissions: 2018 Writer’s Market


Beginning today and running until 11:59 p.m. (Atlanta, Georgia time) on October 20, 2016, I’ll be accepting pitches for articles in the 2018 Writer’s Market. I’ll start making assignments sometime around the end of October. What I Like So, what … More »

2016 Writer’s Digest Conference Recap

Me with Linda G. Hatton

A few weeks ago, I mentioned that I’d be speaking at the annual Writer’s Digest Conference in New York City in a post that included some tips for attending writing conferences. I have to say it was a whirlwind type … More »

The Importance of Being Different for Writers


Being different can sometimes be a liability–something that sets a person apart from others and may even result in ridicule or exclusion. However, being different or unique is really a strength for most freelance writers. Being Different in Where to … More »

How to Rock a Writer’s Conference

Speaking helps platform.

In a couple weeks, I’ll be speaking at the Writer’s Digest Annual Conference in New York City. It will mark my sixth appearance at a Writer’s Digest Conference, and they’re always so much fun and filled with success stories. In … More »

Call for Submissions: 2016 Writer’s Market


Beginning today and running until 11:59 p.m. (Atlanta, Georgia time) on October 20, 2014, I’ll be accepting pitches for articles in the 2016 Writer’s Market. Sometime in the end of October, I’ll start making assignments. If you’re interested in pitching … More »

Blogs From GSWC Participants


Somewhere in the beginning to middle of January, I asked for blog URLs from participants in the the 2014 Get Started Write Challenge. I received quite a few immediately, but I’ve still been receiving new URLs in February. Here’s the … More »