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Learn the essential attitudes and abilities for a career in writing.
1. Time to Write
Learn to see yourself as a professional writer. Before today, your goal to become a writer was a someday dream. Someday has arrived. No longer will you be a hobbyist. It’s time to write —and sell.
2. Your Writing Style
Discover and learn to use your writing voice. There is no other writer like you. No one else has your combination of genes, peer influence, education, training, and that special shaping only God can bring to a life. You are you — and no one else can write like you.
3. Using Christian Values
Gracefully and effectively incorporate Christian values and Scripture into your writing. As a Christian, you have the message to keep hope alive — the Good News. As a writer, you have the tool — the Word of God. When you learn to use Scripture effectively, the line between right and wrong becomes more distinct and hope overpowers despair. Learn to wield it effectively.
4. The Writer’s Integrity
To appreciate the importance of ethics. Integrity — the trust editors and readers place in us—is the most valuable asset we writers have to offer. Learn the importance of maintaining integrity in your writing.
5. Writer’s Tool: The Story
To apply storytelling and other fiction techniques to nonfiction to build reader interest. Storytelling remains an essential tool for communicating truth, stirring the imagination, and inspiring action. Discover how to make the most of such fiction techniques as characters, setting, conflict, and dialogue.
6. Leading Readers to Take Action
Learn to create writing that inspires and motivates. Editors look out for their readers--and they want to work with writers who do the same. They publish articles that provide strong takeaway value. Learn to deliver that and you’ll become a sought-after freelance writer.
7. Platform: Making Your Voice Heard
Discover the tools to build your platform. A major reason writing is rejected is platform size. Learn how to use your expertise, personality, and God-given talents to build your platform so your writing can become widely distributed.
8. The Professional Writer
Nurture your passion to serve readers.. Study the markers other professional writers have left to motivate you. In this final lesson, gain perspective on exuding passion, doing more than just writing, and how to grow as a writer.
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