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Thousands of experienced and wannabe novelists sign up every year to participate in National Novel Writing Month. During the month of November, they push through to create 50,000 words of new fiction each. For those unversed in the art of novel writing, it is pretty difficult to write fiction faster than 50,000 in 30 days!

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November is not the only time a freelance writer needs the ability to write fast. In fact, many online copy writers must keep up a faster writing pace on a regular basis. To make a full-time salary, a freelance writer may need to churn out between 10,000 and 50,000 words of product descriptions, blog articles, and web copy per week.

In order to keep up such a pace without burning out, a successful freelancer must perfect a few tips to write faster. Whether you are working on a novel, trying to make it in online copy-writing, or writing expert articles for magazines, here are seven professional tips for writing faster. Continue Reading…

When I say writing rituals, do you think of candles, chalk lines and chants in the middle of the night? No need to worry if you are not into mysticism or meditation. Writing rituals for freelance writers are simply actions that help get the words flowing.

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If you want to be a better or more prolific writer, check out these four actions that can boost productivity and help you finish your latest project. Continue Reading…

Ten percent of bloggers make enough money to pay bills and live comfortably. About two percent make over $150,000 a year while blogging from around the world. Whether you aspire to a professional blogging career or just want to improve your productivity, there are a number of writing tools that can help.

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Scrivener, Evernote and Dropbox are three writing tools that have been designed for writers on the go. These tools can help increase productivity, keep you organized and enhance your writing skills. Continue Reading…

Writer’s block does not exist.

It is the ghost of anxiety, confusion, stress and emotions. Since ghosts don’t exist, you don’t have to worry about writer’s block, right?

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If you call yourself a writer, you probably have a bone to pick with that statement. Sure, it exists. Writers deal with the frustration on a regular basis and there are hundreds of books available on the subject.

The truth is that you have the power to banish writer’s block. Continue Reading…