Sally O’Reilly, The Open University Writing for the screen has always been insecure, competitive and emotionally demanding – and that’s on a good day. It’s not a calling for the maverick genius; collaboration is mandatory.
You met someone in the park today while jogging who after learning that you are a content writer raised his eyebrows in a way that made you want to bite off his head. The man even boasted how stressful his … Read the rest
I was feeling so tired. For over two months, I have been slogging over an online shopping portal. I wrote hundreds of product descriptions, blogs, press releases and articles. I worked day in and day out and slept only … Read the rest
Suzie Gibson There should be no hard and fast rules concerning book reviewing. That’s because reviewing constitutes a worthy genre in its own right, one that should not be limited by guidelines or mandates.
After a long time the year started with a vacation. I really deserved it and enjoyed every moment. Only when I came back I realized that it was middle of January and I haven’t done any of the formalities that … Read the rest
Maya Sapiurka, University of California, San Diego One of the most interesting and entertaining parts of following my favourite authors on Twitter is witnessing a little bit of the writing process and about writer’s block.
In this digital age, there is no need for anybody to be a techie to make use of the widespread opportunities that the internet provides. “Considering the number of engineers working in engineering fields today, more artists than engineers earn … Read the rest
Creating a blog is easy. In fact, WordPress and other interfaces have made creating blogs easier than baking cakes. Yes, you just need to create your own account, choose a theme and start publishing your posts. However, the issue is … Read the rest
“Our writing instruments are also working on our thoughts.” Nietzsche wrote, or more precisely typed, this sentence on a Malling-Hansen Writing Ball, a wondrous strange contraption that looks a little like a koosh ball cast in brass and studded … Read the rest
Branding. That’s for companies, right? Nike and Apple need it. As a writer what have you to do with branding? Your work speaks for you, right? Yes, your published books and your words create a brand for you but that’s … Read the rest