How to Become a Millionaire Writer

Guest post by: Phil R.

Are you an aspiring writer who wants to know how to become a millionaire writer? Well, with that goal, there are a lot people who really try their best to become one, but more often than not, they end up failing to achieve it.

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When it comes to becoming a millionaire writer, you must consider some things that would surely help you be successful with it. Now, why don’t you go ahead and check out the following?

Secrets on How to Become a Millionaire Writer

When you want to become a millionaire writer, you must exert a lot of effort to bring out the best in you whenever you work on a particular writing project. Whether it’s a book, newspaper article, blogs, web pages or creative writing, you should always seek to stand out from the rest of the crowd. Well then, why don’t you consider the following?

  • Whenever you’re tasked to write any type of article or document, you must always avoid plagiarism. This would allow you to establish your credibility as an excellent writer.
  • Make sure that you seek to build a list of loyal clients whenever you work on any projects that they may ask you to do for them. You might also consider having faithful readers so that they can help spread the news of how good you are.
  • See to it that you get to choose a particular field of writing that you can really excel at and then, slowly work your way towards other niches.

Those things are truly going to help you be a financially successful writer. With it, you would avoid asking other writers on how to become a millionaire writer.

Should you need some help regarding effective writing habits on how to be an expert and well-recognized writer, you can choose to go online and for sure you’d find it worth your while and investment.

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Are You Guilty Of Four Writing Mistakes?

Have you ever come across a writing that does not make sense at all? We all do.  Hope this one isn’t. Many of us, writers, struggle in one way or another.  What do you think are the biggest writing mistakes you often commit? Check out this blog and see which apply or applies to you.

Making love with writing

Some writers are just blown away with a topic in the sense that we don’t use the right tone. If you idolize Ernest Hemingway or William Shakespeare, you may at times want to apply their style and tone into what write. Never need to ask. If you ever have been dwelled with your topic, you just don’t have to romanticize it.

Forgetting to be objective

Think of your audience and use the language that suits them. Avoid using jargons or words that even a fifth grader do not understand. What’s the sense in writing if your readers don’t comprehend a single message you try to convey? No matter how wide your vocabulary is, you just can’t make use of that in writing for a wide variety of people. Not everyone may be able to understand what you’re saying.

Simply put. Always put your readers first. Don’t limit your writing to only a few people especially if you’re blogging. You just don’t know who would come across your article or blog, so be fair and kind

Ignoring the structure

Before publishing anything online, have the outline of your topic although many of us consider that it’s one of the hardest steps. It takes time to create an outline, but it’s where we should start even if you don’t feel like it.  The outline is the compass of your blog or article. Without it, you may be or feel lost along the way. Get to the finish line flawlessly. Have an outline to follow

Procrastinating

When you come to the point, where you should have your storyline connected to one another and jive perfectly all the same, you may flounder or may get depressed. However, when you find yourself feeling that way, LEAVE WRITING FOR A WHILE. Get some fresh air. Go out and talk to the robin! Later, come back and see….

These are only four of the biggest mistakes some of us commit when doing our job. We don’t have to repeat the same mistake and cause confusion, not only to ourselves but also to the fellows reading our piece.

If you want to share some tips and tricks to our fellows here, feel free to comment below.

Thanks!  Let’s get back to writing…..

Your Imperfect But Cute Fairy,

Sarah 🙂

What Drives You?

Hello Friends! Before the week closes, I’d like to share something with you. Last time, we’ve talked about “What a Writer’s Biggest Enemy Is…” (Waiting for your responses.). Today, we’ll discuss a somehow related blog to that.

What Drives You Buddy?

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Where Is This Going to Take Us?

If there are times when you don’t feel up to writing but want to keep going, what fuels you?

  • Deadline
  • Pay
  • Passion
  • Personal Goals
  • Family
  • Weekend rush
  • Others? (Please write them below)

I Always Ask Myself That Question, Too.

My answer to that is my obsessive sense for organization. When I set my schedule that day, I see to it that I keep up no matter what. Sometimes my loved ones are asking, “Don’t you ever get tired?”

Nope.

Seriously, I won’t stop until I meet or beat my schedule as I know that I may not be able to sleep. In addition, I don’t want to keep work waiting, as I know that there will be new tasks later or tomorrow. If I would allow myself to drown with those heaps and piles of content task, I may disappoint my clients… and I know that many of them will be.

When I receive an order, I confirm it and then I inform when I can deliver; first come, first serve. I tell right away if I cannot meet a deadline set. If it can be adjusted, then well, perfect! If not, then “I’m sorry.”

What keeps you driven as a writer? Feel free to comment below.

Your Imperfect But Cute Fairy,

Sarah 🙂