Finding Personal Pleasure in the Job of Writing 5/11/09

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Finding Personal Pleasure in the Job of Writing 5/11/09

Post by Writetrack » Mon May 11, 2009 8:04 am

If you do a lot of freelance writing you may be disheartened by requests to write subject matter that doesn't really seem to inspire your own personal muse.

That is one of the paragraphs from this week's Writing Article. And it's so true, isn't it? We want to write about what inspires us...what we're passionate about...things we actually enjoy.

Unfortunately, freelance writing often includes writing about topics that aren't exciting. That we don't care much about. That we really don't enjoy.

This week's article includes homework. Yes, I said homework. And I think that's pretty cool. It means that this week, not only do we get to read a lesson, we get to experience hands-on learning. So what are you waiting for?

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FINDING PERSONAL PLEASURE IN THE JOB OF WRITING

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