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About the author: Cheryl Wright is an award-winning Australian author, freelance journalist, and editor. In addition to an array of other projects, she is the owner of the www.Writer2Writer.com website and the Writer to Writer monthly ezine for writers.  Her publications include novels, non-fiction books, short stories, and articles. Her upcoming releases are Winter Sabbatical (2007) and Saving Emma (2007) from Black Velvet Seductions, and The Write Resources (2008) from Central Avenue Press. Visit Cheryl’s websites www.cheryl-wright.com and www.write-essentials.com 


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~Writing Articles for Publicity~

If you want to garner additional publicity without expense, consider writing non-fiction articles. This article will steer you in the right direction. Includes download link to grab your free article template!


~Publicity - An Important Aspect of the Writer's Life~

How much does it affect your book sales - or any sales for that matter - if no-one knows who you are? The way you are percieved by the public can have a huge impact on your writing career. This article talks about my first experience at presenting a workshop to a regional writer's conference, and how it affected my sales at the conference.


~Marketing Yourself, Or: My Life as the Queen
of Promotions ~

This articles outlines the methods I used to grow from an absolute unknown writer to a highly sought-after and widely known writer in little over two years. And all for free!


~Understanding Your Contract~

You’ve just sold your first article/short story/novel. Great! But now a contract has arrived. How do you know you’re not being ripped off This article will guide you in the right direction. (This is not meant to replace legal representation, more of a push toward understanding what’s right and wrong.)


~Create a Non-Fiction Column~

How do you go about writing a non-fiction column In fact, how do you know you can sustain it This article will steer you in the right direction.


~The Writing (Grand) Parent~

Finding time to write around children – whether you’re a parent or grandparent – can be difficult. In this article, I’ve addressed the methods I’ve used, and found to be successful.


~The Ultimate Professional~

This article includes a number of tips for portraying yourself as a professional, as well as understanding that as a writer, you are a business.


~Whose Voice Is That Anyway~

This article gives practical advice to new and experienced writers about finding their ‘voice’ when writing fiction.


~Whimsical Board Talk~

Humorous look at outlining and plotting a novel.


~So You Wanna Win a Contest~

Shows how this author won five out of seven contests entered in an eight month period.


   ~Me, Myself and I:
Writing First Person Point of View~

An insight into writing in the first person POV.(Fiction)


~Today, I Witnessed a Story~

A rundown on how I find ideas for books and short stories (Fiction)


~Ideas for the Taking~

 Another article about finding ideas. (Combination of fiction and non-fiction)


~Mysterious Liaisons:
Creating Characters from Life~

An overview of creating characters from a life (Fiction)


~Mystery, Mayhem and a Dash of Murder:

Basic Ingredients for Writing Romantic Suspense~

Helpful information and links for writers of romantic suspense (Fiction)


~Secret Writer’s Business~

Hints about getting published (Combination of fiction and non-fiction)


~Winning Formula~

A checklist to use before sending work off to an editor (Combination of fiction and non-fiction)


~Write your way to regular work~

An insight into finding a publication for a regular column (Combination of fiction and non-fiction)




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         Last updated: April 14, 2007