WHAT I LEARN ALONG THE WAY ….

March 28, 2010

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It has been a while now since my last blog post. I have been busy learning though, and that takes time. I have just posted a new article about Tetanus…yes I said Tetanus. A friend of mine stepped on a nail and her misfortune turned a light bulb on in my head. Haley is right, there are gillions of article ideas in every day occurrences.

I posted this article of 865 words on Constant Content. This site has become a thorn in my side, so to speak. I think that the editor on CC must have a masters in english because ed is tough! That is the primary reason I want to write for this site, because they demand the best.

Fortunately for me, I have discovered an on-line writing course designed to teach me “How to write for the Internet.” I can already see the difference in my writing. I first bought Haley Writers e-book about CC for a measly 10 bucks. Even I can afford ten dollars, and it was well worth it. She even critiqued the article for me.

It occurred to me though, after having a few of my attempts at articles, and their rewrites rejected; that I was missing something.

I finally realized that I have some issues with grammar, and well… all sorts of writing issues really. It was then that Haley’s newsletter from her site , ExpandingCreations.com arrived in my e-mail inbox.

Haley offers the Newbie Writer all sorts of learning material on her web site, and for the Paltry discounted price of twenty five bucks, I received her course ..”How To Write A Winning Article Online”.

I am working my way through her course, and I can tell you that it is well worth the money. In fact, as I told my husband recently, Haley is working way too cheap. I am glad she is though, because I would not be able to afford her expertise if she charged more. Now, lets see if CC agrees that my writing is improving. I will let you know. In the mean time, as Dawn say’s, just write something…….

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