Writing Prompt – Tell a Story Day

It happens to all of us. There's always those times when writers hit a roadblock and think they've run out of things to write. However, there's so many topics to write about. Maybe you're just having a brain freeze and can't think of anything at the moment. When that happens, there's plenty of writing prompts out there… Continue reading Writing Prompt – Tell a Story Day

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Writing is a Business

Believe it or not, writing is a business. If you choose to market your writing services, then you've got yourself a business. Some people find it helpful to approach a new business with a business plan, and if you like to be organized and have an outline, then this might be just the thing for… Continue reading Writing is a Business

Writer Debate: The Oxford Comma

If you've been writing for very long, then you've undoubtedly heard about the debate over the Oxford comma. To use it or not to use it? That is the question. From a young age, we're conditioned to use the Oxford comma, also known as the serial comma. In fact, I think in grade school most… Continue reading Writer Debate: The Oxford Comma

Working at Textbroker: Writing Orders

Once you select an order, then you can begin writing it. Click on the order to open it, and then you'll be presented with something like this: Here you'll find everything you need to know about the order. The Order ID is the number ID that Textbroker has assigned to the order for internal purposes. (You… Continue reading Working at Textbroker: Writing Orders

Writing for Textbroker: Claiming Orders

Once you've applied for a position as an author at Textbroker and have submitted your sign-up article and gotten accepted, then it's time to begin writing orders. When you first log into your Textbroker account, you'll be presented with the homepage dashboard. The homepage features your profile and numerous tabs running across the top of… Continue reading Writing for Textbroker: Claiming Orders