Monthly Archives: October 2012

Limits of the writer 2: space

After time, space is the next limit that every writer must respect. Just as we know that journalists have to stay within a specific number of columns and characters, so should we writers set a specific length for our stories. … Continue reading

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Limits of the writer 1: time

All writers – beginners, amateurs, journalists, novelists, etc. – must work within three major limits. No one is exempt. However, these limits can help writers to be more creative. The first one is time. All phases of writing take place … Continue reading

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Should we publish our work?

Many people have dreamt of being a travel journalist, of discovering unknown places, of writing about far off countries, peoples, traditions and secrets. And then of coming home and writing articles that everyone will read. Wouldn’t that be lovely? Unfortunately, … Continue reading

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Who should read our work?

If we wish to improve our writing, we have to get used to the idea of accepting critique from others. Unfortunately, we will get nowhere without critiques. Therefore, when we have come back from our trip and finished writing about … Continue reading

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