Toms River, NJ (PRWEB) September 03, 2012
Terry Weber author of new eBook:'How To Write For Profit...For You and Your Readers', says:
"I wrote this eBook to help all writers and wordsmiths (a wordsmith is a skilled user of words) profit more from their writing. Here I share with all writers how they can get the personal profit & satisfaction they expect from their writing. How? Simply put into practice the unique ideas all writers will learn about by reading this new eBook. Writers can also learn to make it possible for their readers to profit from the suggestions and ideas they offer for their reader's consideration."
Weber continued with the following eBook review and description of the eBook by saying:
"Right here in the beginning I'd like to say a few things about why I've written this book. The main reason is this: I am writing it for all writers and for myself, for our mutual profit and, in addition, to give some measure of personal profit and satisfaction to all of the readers of what we write for them in the future.
"My hope is for all writers to profit from what they read here. I am a practicing wordsmith (somebody working with words, writer or journalist, professionals writer). Therefore, it is my sincere hope that all writers and our readers will profit from what they read in this book.
"I don't know about other writers but my articles always have a purpose. That purpose can be: change a mind, improve understanding, persuade to buy, introduce a new idea, product or thought for the benefit of my readers, try to clarify thinking, help readers overcome obstacles, entertain, introduce ideas that demonstrate how much fun is available to all of us each day.
In this book I write at length, about how writer's block can be avoided. In fact, here are four ideas that are explained in detail in this book for your consideration. Consider these four suggestions to help writers avoid writer's block from now on:
1. Look for a purpose.
2. Do the research.
3. Sit back and think for at least three hours.
4. Save those thoughts in your brain for a time of incubation.
"The next question is: are writers having fun yet? Is reading this new eBook - and what a writer writes - an enjoyable experience for the writer and his/her readers? Are the writers having a good time as they read what I have to say in the book? Are they learning more about how to write? If not, the writers should loosen up and - smile! Enjoy the experience! Take what I've said here to heart and make it work during future writing assignments.
"Here's another subject for all writers to think about to become a more profitable writer for themselves and their readers: Have most writers ever considered writing about the obvious? Back around 1910 Robert R. Updegraff wrote a short story for The Saturday Evening Post with the title: "The Story of Obvious Adams" The word Obvious (Def., understandable, palpable, noticeable, apparent, evident, observable, recognizable, discernible, easy to see, unsubtle) is an important word for a writer, and wordsmith, to keep fresh and in the forefront of his/her mind during all of the writer's pre-writing thinking hours.
"As a wordsmith a writer need to consider the following suggestions:
Writing an article or story is like creating a painting. An article or story can be compared to the many parts and blending of the finished painting. Writing an article or story resembles carving. As a wordsmith a writer can approach his/her writing as a wood carver does his carving. The carver must first think about the details, features and purpose of his finished carving.
In short, as wordsmiths all writers are like: artists, carvers, architects and doctors. Ultimately, the writer is the one who approaches a writing assignment with meticulous preparation before writing anything.
"So, again let me say, a writer must, be as thoughtful as all the other people I've mentioned. Think before writing be sure what is written will be easy to read, free flowing, entertaining and above all - profitable for both the writer and and his/her readers.
"Heart. Here is one final word about this new eBook before I finish: To be a profitable writer and wordsmith who helps the readers profit from what he/she has written, a writer must put his/her heart (meaning: compassion, spirit, center, emotion, sentiment, mood, temperament, mind, soul, nature, spirit, character, essence, deep inner feelings) into all that is written.
"In this short review of this new eBook, here is one final observation I want to give interested writers about how they can learn to write for personal profit and for the profit of their audience - the readers of what is written:
"Writers take note: I wrote this book for our mutual profit as wordsmiths. My aim is to share with all writers how to get personal profit and satisfaction when learning how to interest our readers in better ways and new ideas. In the days ahead all writers can aim to be more enthusiastic, entertaining and helpful for all of our readers. Why? Because when writers act on this new eBook's suggestions, they can open opportunities for themselves to gain the kind of readership and popularity that is needed by all successful, profitable writers.
Weber continued with this final statement:
"Writers need to think long and hard about the purpose of what they are writing, before they write any story or article. Then they will find they can easily write with enthusiasm and excitement. The result will be this: the writer and his/her readers will reap the profits of this kind of writing!"
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