Unless you plan on self-publishing, getting published means that you have to submit your writing to someone, somewhere.
Even the swankiest of office supplies aren’t what really help my writing. It’s the intangibles.
One of the main purposes of Paper Crow Blog is to help other writers on their own journeys, and in today’s post, I share some of the things I wish I would have known before starting to freelance. These tips would have saved me time, money, and possibly a few grey hairs.
Upwork, like all job sites, has its pros and cons. In my experience, freelancers can make some quick cash through this platform, with project quality and pay depending on the individual client.
In the past, juggling too many projects at once has left me feeling unproductive. This past week, I have completed two goals by focusing on them one at a time.
For years, stress prevented me from becoming the writer I wanted to be. In this post, I share some strategies that have worked to minimize stress in my everyday life.
Creating a comfortable yet functional writing space can be challenging, but I find having this space has led me to be more productive as a writer.
One of the most beneficial changes I’ve made to my life in the past two years was to start participating in writing groups. I have been lucky enough to participate in a couple of groups and cannot recommend them enough for anyone looking to increase their writing productivity! The benefits of joining a writing groupContinue reading “Benefits to Joining a Writing Group (and Tips for Finding the Right One!)”
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