Tips & Advice

Some tidbits about writing, editing and freelancing for freelancers and clients alike.

Weekly Update – NaNoWriMo Guide to Tricking Yourself

I am participating in a writing challenge called National Novel Writing Month – NaNoWriMo for short. Every November, writers across...

Setting Rates: Freelance Starter Pack (Part 2)

A couple of years ago (man, time flies), I wrote a “Freelancer Starter Pack” blog post providing a few tips...

Advice from a Quasi-Expert: Freelancer Starter Pack (Part 1)

“The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt.” Sylvia Plath This quote inspires me. While I am indeed an aspiring author...

Tools for Staying Organized

Freelancing can be a chaotic career. At any given time in your week, you could have 1 project or 10...

A Lesson in Writing Types

If you’ve ever sat down to read through every piece of literature that comes out of a single company, you’d...

Working with a Freelancer

I have worked with several different clients, all of which have been fantastic (I think I’m just lucky). Every one...

Toning down your tone for Wikipedia

A few years ago, I added an article to Wikipedia about the Opimian Society. Not a big deal, some might say,...

A Short Look at Style Guides

A Short Look at Style Guides

While editing an 80 paged document, I came to appreciate the Style Guides I had developed for my employer. An...

The Making of a Website

The Making of a Website

It has been a decent chunk of time since I posted my last blog about purchasing my web domain. Since...

I’ve Purchased a Web Domain… Now What?

I’ve Purchased a Web Domain… Now What?

As many of my friends and family know, I’m trying to launch a Freelance Writing business (anyone need a well...