Find your niche and don't try to fill another writer's shoes.
New York City, NY (PRWEB) January 04, 2013
Freelance writer, Rachelle Nones recently presented a magazine article writing teleseminar at the Working Writer's Club.
Rachelle advised listeners to develop a unique personal writing style: "All writers are different. Some writers are better at interviewing while others love to spend the day in the library performing research for an in-depth research article."
Focus is essential. Rachelle said, "Find your niche and don’t try to fill another writer’s shoes. A New York writer is not a Southern writer and a writer who writes about high fashion probably doesn’t write about farming issues unless he or she is a generalist with strong research skills. Be who you are and develop your own writing identity."
The presentation covered the following topics: pitching article ideas, locating paying markets, and common publishing scams.
An edited Mp3 download of the teleseminar, narrated by a professional actor, is available for sale. Please contact Rachelle at rachellenones (at) gmail (dot) com for additional information.