Monthly Archives: June 2010

Write what you know is the most often used writing advice in books and on writing websites, but what the heck does it mean? Well, I interpret it to mean that you take your life experiences and build them into prose. I have done this many times over the years and I have found it helpful to sit down and make a list of all my life experiences to brainstorm for fiction and article ideas. To get an idea of what I mean, here is my list: I am a mother: I have a website called Defrazzle that includes […]

Write What You Know

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So, I’ve kind-of been at a crossroads in my writing career during the past month. Usually, I ghostwrite articles for clients, which brings in a great fee, but then the article is lost to me forever. Over time, I have become burned out with writing article after article, especially since I entered the writing world as a fiction writer. I’ve decided to make a change. My first step was creating a site where I could post my articles and receive 100% of the profits and retain my copyrights. This site is Defrazzle Next, I decided to go back to […]

Creating Your Own Site