Friday, July 17, 2009

What you know and how to write it in an article . . .

Article writing 101 . . . actually, it's more like pre-101, however, it's been tremendous fun sharing a number of the writing lessons I've learned. Good writing is important for everyone -- a point I'm constantly making to my kids. Whatever the career, whatever the emphasis, everyone needs to know how to communicate, and communicating through written word is crucial. Apparently, EZine magazine thinks it's important, too, because they've accepted several of my articles regarding writing.

They sent this link: ezinearticles for my Clear and Concise Writing.

For those of you who don't think you could write an article, consider all the things that you know how to do -- there will be a lot! If you can break it down into steps, then you can become an article writer.

It's hot here on the porch -- matter of fact there is no sitting on the porch until we pull out of the 100s, 17 days so far this summer. Upswing is that it's even too hot for the mosquitoes.

Until next time
~Sandra

2 comments:

L.A. Mitchell said...

Congrats on the article publications, chica. I know how to eavesdrop well for story and character ideas. Think that would make a good article? ;)

Sandra Ferguson said...

That's a great idea, L.A. What seems easy to you and me, is not so easy to another writer and that's where the sharing comes into play through the article writing. Let me know if you need any help with getting launched on ezine! Can't wait to see you there.

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