You are a writer when you say you are. Don't wait for others to give you permission to give you the title of a writer. Believe that you are a writer. Then start writing.
This manifesto teaches you compelling reasons to write well.
The author shows you 15 smart habits that you can quickly learn and put to practice on your own for writing well. She explains each with specific examples.
Be sure not to skip over the 22 serious errors to avoid in your use of the English language; this one is a list of very common errors that can taint your credibility as a writer, content producer and publisher in the online world or in the traditional publishing world.
The next section gives you 9 tips for empowering your writing skills and finally, and she wraps up the manifesto by asking you 28 honest questions that helps you discover your unique writing voice.
The use of graphic presentations in the manifesto help the visual learner in you and make the information easy to retain for future reference!
The manifesto is practical, actionable, and shows you how to make considerable progress in your overall writing while giving you encouragement to continue the craft, no matter who you are.
You can be a writer, if you decide you want to be one!
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Published December 1, 2010
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