General chat, updates and discussion about being a part of the FaithWriters Platinum (500)
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Every week 500 members have access to a new article on writing. For twelve weeks we took a look at the motivation or writing for pay.
I am in the midst of writing new articles and would be happy to research questions you might have regarding any facet of writing.
I may not have all the answers (I'm pretty certain I won't ), but I'm happy to do the research needed to find an answer or perhaps a theory relevant to your query.
You can send me a pm with your question.
Mid had a couple of questions and we will be dealing with it next week.
Questions? Send 'em on.
Just another perk for our friends in the FW500.
Are you in?
I'm new here - and am EAGERLY awaiting a chance to read these wonderful articles (time, I tell you, is flying lately!!!). Would hate to ask if it's already been answered, but I am SO looking forward to using what's there already!!!
Well, Glenn - I've made it through the first four so far, and they are WONDERFUL!!!!! I can't thank you enough for what I've started reading, and for those I have yet to get to, and those in that crazy head of yours!
Up until now, I've always just thought of you as that odd guy with the ears and affinity for the "neverending story." Now you are my hero!
The never ending story is simply a means of retaining my sanity. I typically write five or more articles for clients each day so I pop in to FW in the midst of things and in between things to try to retain my sense of humor - it always seems to work.
Glad you're benefiting from the articles. If you ever have a question...
Just catching up now here in the 500 members section and came across this. Sounds great Glenn and I'm looking forward to reading your articles. Can someone tell me where to find them?
Thank you so much for telling me. I had no idea that was there! LOL!
Bless you, love,
They really are excellent articles!
Okay, I have a question, but I don't know if it fits well with the overall plans for the articles. If not, feel free not to use it!
But here goes. My 19-year-old daughter wants to be a writer. I'm strongly encouraging her to pursue this dream.
She is currently in her first year of college, and we're grappling with what she should major in. We want something that will fit well with writing (e.g. an English degree), but that also be useful in obtaining a "real" job if necessary. Because of that, we're not so sure that a degree in something such as creative writing is a good idea.
In case it matters, she really wants to write fiction, but is very open to doing other things to help pay the bills such as editing, technical writing, etc.
What degree would you encourage a person who wants to be a writer to obtain?
Great! Thank you!
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