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Writing Tips: Back to Basics
by Sara Freeze   
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Last edited: Friday, March 09, 2007
Posted: Friday, March 09, 2007

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Some basic writing tips for aspiring authors.

Let's go back to Composition 101 and 102. As a Composition instructor at a Florida university for four years, I use 4 basic tools to teach and motivate students to write. Yes, they're elementary, and yes, they're common knowledge; then why does it seem so few writers use them? I cannot guarantee these tips will pave the road to publication. All I know is that I used them for writing my very first romance story, and I sold that story to the first publisher I submitted it to. So, that said, let's get started. I'll list the 4 tips below and then develop each one in a separate blog.
1. Brainstorm
2. Draft
3. Revise
4. Edit

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Reviewed by Monette Bebow-Reinhard (Reader) 3/9/2007
I wish that was all there was to it! The hardest one is the most important - market. Know it, cater to it? Write what you love and shoot in the blind, hoping to get lucky? From some of the stuff I've read that's been published - it's not how well you write but how well you market.

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