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NETWORDS BLOG


Karen Luttrell
How can I find clients? How do I get steady work? These are common questions for new freelance writers, and maintaining a steady flow of work can be a challenge for even the most experienced freelancers. Join us March 18 for a panel I’ll...
Karen Luttrell
Nate Hendley
PWAC Toronto Chapter’s Feb. 27 evening seminar, How to Promote Your Book, generated a cornucopia of wisdom for those who attended. The panel featured four writers representing the worlds of fiction and non-fiction: Hannah Hoag (science writer...
Nate Hendley
Paul Lima
I presume you are reading this blog post because you have written a book, are writing a book or plan to write a book, and are thinking of self-publishing it. If so, here are the three stages you need to follow after you write your book: produce it,...
Paul Lima
Sharon Aschaiek
Succeeding as an independent writer means continually learning about the art, craft and business of writing and communications. The following resources offer information, insights and tips that can help you stay current on writing trends and tools...
Sharon Aschaiek
Sharon Aschaiek
How does digital technology affect your writing or communications business?What digital tools do you use to manage your workflow and collaborate with others?What are the best ways to leverage social media for your business and your client projects?...
Sharon Aschaiek
Kate Wilson
Sometimes, as writers, we just want to hear from editors what they want from a story pitch, and what exactly they are thinking when our pitch lands in their inbox. On Monday, Jan. 13 at Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre, writers got the...
Kate Wilson
Kate Wilson
Well, another year is underway. Happy New Year! I always get a little excited at the prospect of a new year. I see those 365 days in front of me and feel that so much is possible. Is it just me? As a freelance writer, it is also the time when I get...
Kate Wilson
Sharon Aschaiek
If you regularly read about science trends and issues, you’ve likely come across the byline of Hannah Hoag. For the last decade, the Toronto-based freelance writer and PWAC Toronto Chapter member has been writing for publications such as...
Sharon Aschaiek
Krystyna Lagowski
For Ann Douglas, it started with a colicky baby. For Valerie Howes, it was an editorial assignment that opened the window. And for Virginia Heffernan, it was already her chosen career — but approached with a different set of skills. All three...
Krystyna Lagowski
Sharon Aschaiek
To specialize or not to specialize—that is the question. But is there really any question about the advantages of being a niche, versus a generalist, writer? For me, it’s long been clear that being a jack of all trades, but master of...
Sharon Aschaiek
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