*** So You Think You Can Write! ***
Yes, that headline is a takeoff from the popular television show. "So You Think You Can Dance" has become a huge success for the producers while providing terrific exposure for the contestants.
Generally amateurs from a variety of genres compete for the top spot of America's favorite dancer. In some ways, a writing career can mimic this type of show. You may have practical experience writing for your work.
If you find that experience enjoyable it may spur you on to pursue some type of technical writing.
Or, you may be an avid reader of romance, mystery or other type of genre. Some writers say that they were prolific readers before they became writers.
The bottom line is that you CAN write if you believe you can and are willing to work to achieve success.
Yeah, there's that little four letter word. . .work.
Not sure where we read this so we'll credit an unknown author, "It's a sad testimony to the world we live in, but you probably also learned very quickly that wishes and wants were the work of child's play; and, that they had little to do with what you reap in "real life."
If you want to write but have put it off because you just didn't know where to begin, that excuse no longer applies as we will explain in a moment.
You may have heard the comment that there is a book inside of everyone. Well, that's all well and good, but if you don't know where to begin how do you ever get started? That's the Achilles heel for most struggling writers.
It's a pattern that occurs all too often. You begin a writing project and get a few pages written and before you know it you're totally bogged down without a clue of what to do next.
We start off thinking we'll conquer the world but all too soon we discover that the world is conquering us! Unfortunately we also become habitual participants in our own self-fulfilling prophecy, destroyers of our own wants and wishes. Those dreams of success all too frequently manifest into nightmares of reality.
Ask yourself these three questions:
1. What if there were a way to turn it all around?
2. What if you were able to recover a new enthusiasm for your writing?
3. What if there were a way to dare to dream again?
Well, you can and it's much easier than you may think.
How Do You Do It?
Glad you asked. You do it with a guide called "Simple Steps to Writing Success." And best of all. . .
• It isn't written in "theory" by some professor . It’s very easy to read.
• It doesn’t require much time to find out practical application.
• It's affordable – you'll laugh at the price!
Everything is there to help you understand that you CAN do this. The very fact that a real published author is sharing her personal experiences is reason enough to jump at this chance to learn how you can do it too. Take a look at what you'll uncover:
Learn how to properly research your topic.
Find out how to engage your readers.
Discover why ideas are worth nothing!
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