Top tips from our guest editors today in San Francisco… what need to do to grab your reader’s attention, you need a compelling lead—something that draws your reader in.
Read from one of your fellow readers, Caren Abdela, how she walked away from a six-figure income and how she got started as a travel writer right after she attended our Ultimate Travel Writers workshop in Chicago last year.
All week I’ve been telling you about our newest program, The Pampered Traveler: How to Take Luxurious Trips and Turn Them into Paychecks… … and about the great trips and perks your fellow readers have received when they travel like a Pampered Traveler. Below, you’ll find Diane Covington’s story. Sure, I hope it entices you […]
Congratulations Janet Grosshandler! She writes: “Thought I’d send you the good news about The Ultimate Travel Writer’s program! I am happy to tell you that since I’ve been working my way through the program and the bonus items, I have had 70 travel/destination articles published on Examiner.com along with my own photos in the past […]
“Ready for some good news?” asks a friendly voice streaming from the American Profile website, where “kindness always makes headlines, and tales of sacrifice prove that what we do best defines who we are.” This four-color magazine is distributed weekly through newspapers, highlighting small-town stories with a positive, patriotic slant. Here are a few recent […]
Dear Reader, I met Sandra Kennedy when she came to the Ultimate Travel Writer’s Workshop in Buenos Aires back in 2005. She barely said a word while she was there. And during workshop peer reviews, she didn’t even read her piece aloud. But she was listening and observing. And less than four months later, using […]
Find out an almost magical trick that allows you to keep your hands toasty-warm inside your gloves while still using touch screens on ATMs and cell phones.
Delmarva Quarterly: Read on to find out how you can your articles, photos, poems and more published in this local online magazine.
Dracula tour: Read on to find out how you, too, can make a living create your own tours…
Alaska Airlines Magazine is 75 percent freelance-written. Here’s how to get published…