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Thursday, June 10, 2010

For a Freelance Writer "A Good Idea is Worth Its Weight In Gold!"

More often than not, a new freelance writer faces the trouble of idea generation. Even seasoned writer's face this problem. In my earlier post Writers Block Solution, I outlined 6 steps you could take in order to get yourself of out the idea lapse situation. A quick run through of what you can do are as follows. For elaboration, read the full article form the link above.

1. Keep a Word Journal

2. Draw Inspiration from Within

3. Engage in Research

4. Review Past Works

5. Entertain Yourself

6. Take a Nap

I was doing my daily research online and came across this book entitled "Get Paid To Write!: The No-Nonsense Guide To Freelance Writing." When I scanned through the content's page I was very much interested to see a topic on "Ideas and How to Get Them." The chapter outlined various other methods you could use apart from the 6 mentioned in Writers Block Solution.

You can read a limited preview of the book from Google Books. The chapter is found on Page 40.

Also, if you are interested in buying the book, click on the image below.

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