Category Archives: job search

Writing for the Pay and the Passion

Yesterday’s theme was boundaries. Today’s is balance. Two of this week’s interviewees yesterday shared some advice about writing to pay the bills vs. writing to feed your passion. How many times have you heard someone (or yourself) say, “Oh, well … Continue reading

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Catching Up

My English teachers always told me the best thing I could do for my writing was to write it, then step back for a day or so, and come back to edit after having taken a break. I find the … Continue reading

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What if I Don’t Have a Niche?

Yesterday I had the most energizing conversation with a freelance writer about finding ideas for articles! Interestingly enough, last week while I was preparing to ask her whether she’d like to be featured on WriterViews, she reached out to me to ask about mentioning … Continue reading

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Marla Pachter Part 2: But Where Does She Keep Her Timeturner?

Ready for the second installment of the Marla Pachter interview? This woman is making some incredible use of her time– and having a blast while she does! Just when I thought we were wrapping up an interview about screenwriting and working … Continue reading

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My First Writing Job!

I got a very interesting email last night. The team over at SuitMode offered me a writing position for their blog! They didn’t know whether I’d have the time to commit to it, though, since I’m also working on launching WriterViews. Luckily … Continue reading

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A Paycheck Does Not a Career Make

Wow…it’s been a while since my last post, hasn’t it?  Maybe I should’ve participated in the Post A Day Challenge to get used to blogging consistently!  So much has happened on my side of the screen lately that it’s hard … Continue reading

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Interview 1: A “Date” With Kat

Okay, so it wasn’t really a “date,” since due to conflicting schedules our meeting wound up becoming a phone call.  Nevertheless, the first interview was wonderfully informative, and Kat Richter is every bit as charming to speak with as her writing … Continue reading

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