Make Some Pocket Money
February 1, 2009 1:25am CST
If you’re not a professional writer, pocket money is probably all you’ll ever want to earn from your words. But if you’ve got a knack for it and just had a great dinner at a new restaurant and written about it for your daily pages, then isn’t it better to have a shot of getting that review published instead of letting the piece do absolutely nothing? These days, it’s easy to submit to many publications without spending considerable time and money doing so. While you’re unlikely to get too many bites without a good track record as a writer, it’s certainly easy enough to be worth the effort, and your wallet will be pleased.
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1 Feb 09
In this case, I am a late loomer and just started my writing skills to produce my e-book and biography. But, it is OK because better late than none and matter of fact I still got ample time to accomplish my writing task. One thing I learned from doing writing, the more I write the more better writer I become and I remember there is motivation words for "Practice Makes Perfect" and I do believe in that saying.