Writing for Magazines PDF ePub eBook

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Writing for Magazines free pdf If you love reading magazines, youd probably love to write for them. Whether its a readers letter, an article or a short story that you have in mind, taking that first step is always the hardest. Confidence can evaporate just the minute youve sat down at your computer! This practical and inspirational guide can increase that confidence, and pave the way for you to make your entrance into magazines. Professional insider advice guides you step-by-step through the pathway to publication. There are suggestions on magazine slots that could be right for you, with all you need to know on the essential magazine market research as well as tips on finding ideas, crafting and finishing your work, and boldly submitting it. Youll learn how to market yourself, as well as pick up strategies for coping with rejection. A directory of helpful resources and books is also included, and a section on writing for the Web. This guide is invaluable and can be beside you every step of the way into print encouraging you to get started, to submit, and to succeed.

About Diana Cambridge

Diana Cambridge is an award-winning journalist, magazine editor and author. She is Agony Aunt to Writing magazine, answering questions from lots of worried writers every month. Lack of confidence - not lack of talent - often sabotages beginner writers, she believes. Diana has been Editor of eight glossy magazines, including travel magazines, an antiques magazine and food magazines: and written for many women's and niche magazines. Diana, a confirmed print magazine junkie, began her career at 16, training as an apprentice reporter on a West Country newspaper. Now based in Bath, you can contact her through her website, www.dianacambridge.co.uk

Details Book

Author : Diana Cambridge
Publisher : Need2Know
Data Published : 21 December 2011
ISBN : 1861441622
EAN : 9781861441621
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 100 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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