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Better Writing: Power Sentences

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How To Avoid Copyright Infringement

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20 Essential Editing Tips

Finally finished a piece of writing that you want to submit to an editor? Woohoo! But before you hit the ‘send’ button, be sure to

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Copyright Essentials for Writers

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Copyright Confusion?

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Thirty Tools For Writers

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The Writing Tools

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The Power Of Good Questions

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The Iceberg Theory of Writing

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Help with Emotional Interviews

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Marketing yourself as a Writer

A Writer’s Guide to Self-Marketing

Thanks to the internet, there are more and more opportunities to promote your business, be it e-commerce or service based. By not utilising popular platforms,

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Write For Trade Magazines

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Beware of Pestimists

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Tips for the Interview-Phobic

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Above and Beyond

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Write Tight: Tips for Short Writing

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Confident Writing

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The Way We Ask

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How To Fuel Your Passion For Writing

We know that to become a successful writer you need good time management and self-discipline. But award-winning writer and creativity coach Russel Brownlee says there’s a secret to creating a “bloody-minded commitment” to writing, and it all starts with desire.

The Quote Diet

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Write Lean and Mean

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Why the Editor is Not the Enemy

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Building a Platform

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5 Ways To Motivate Yourself To Write

When your flaming enthusiasm for a new project has dwindled, you’ll have to spark up your motivation manually. Rozelle Sunkel shows us how. You’re on

Copyright Q & A For Journalists

What Is Copyright? Copyright law protects the works of artists, and prevents others from publishing, profiting from or proffering an original creative work as if

Becoming the Total Package

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10 Travel Writing Tips Writers Must Know

Award-winning writers Julienne du Toit and Chris Marais have travelled the world side-by-side writing travel articles for more than 20 years. They answer essential questions

Why Locals Know Best In Travel Writing

Take your travel blogging from one-dimensional personal accounts to stories interwoven with local perspectives and authentic insights. Unless you’re in the Arctic Circle and harp

Exposing The 5 Top Travel Writing Myths

You might think that travel writers explore the world for free, but this couldn’t be further from the truth. Levonne Apesy separates the fantasy from

Travel Writing From Home

Overseas adventures face an uncertain future after the COVID-19 pandemic. ANDREW EARL-PEACOCK explores ways you can keep your inner wanderer satisfied while staying local. “Travel

Unmuddling Middles

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How to Write Articles for Today's Lazy Readers

Writing Articles for the Lazy Reader

Journalists must use social media to connect with modern-day lazy readers. Here’s why. Social media users spend less than half a second processing information when

Breaking Up Is Hard to Do

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From Idea to Publication

How to Improve Your Article Writing Skills

Leave a lasting impression by enhancing your journalism skills. By Lesley Grossett Good writing has enduring value. The ultimate objective is to write with meaning

Putting Endings First

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Re-examining the Adverb

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Write First, Revise Later

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Why the Editor is Not the Enemy

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5 Common Pitfalls Faced By Beginner Writers

Discover these five mistakes most new writers make – that stops their writing progress.

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Travel Writing Advice

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Why the Editor is Not the Enemy

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10 Travel Writing Tips Writers Must Know

Award-winning writers Julienne du Toit and Chris Marais have travelled the world side-by-side writing travel articles for more than 20 years. They answer essential questions

Why Locals Know Best In Travel Writing

Take your travel blogging from one-dimensional personal accounts to stories interwoven with local perspectives and authentic insights. Unless you’re in the Arctic Circle and harp

8 Essential Apps To Boost Your Travel Writing Career

Anyone can share their travel stories on the Web. However, it is the quality of your writing, editing and photos that distinguish a professional from the run-of-the-mill tourist.


Here are eight apps to help you become the most efficient digital nomad.

Travel Writing From Home

Overseas adventures face an uncertain future after the COVID-19 pandemic. ANDREW EARL-PEACOCK explores ways you can keep your inner wanderer satisfied while staying local. “Travel

On Writer's Motivation

How to Keep Writing

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What Stops You from Writing?

Fear, self-doubt, procrastination, waiting for perfect conditions – there are so many reasons why we put off getting started on our writing dreams.

At The Writers College, we help writers reach their goals, by encouraging a daily writing routine and removing the doubts from the writing process.