Have you ever wanted to become a published author, but just never new where to start and so you gave up on your dream of seeing your name in print?
This article is written for everyone that has answered "yes" to that very question. It has always broken my heart to see potential authors give up on their dream of becoming published author before they even got their feet off the ground. That is why I wrote this article.
This is my 100th article for Triond. I not only commemorate it but also take a moment to look back on what I have done already and maybe where I intend to go from here. I also intend to include a bit of advice and encouragement for those just starting out.
How the pennies fell last month.
With my five years of experience in Triond, I would like to share some awesome tips and tricks to my fellow Triond users for how you can boost your Triond earnings and make a lot of money using your Triond account. So this article will give you those tips and tricks on how to earn more money on Triond.
Hone your craft, wordsmith.
The following convinced me that there is more into blogging than earning money and making friends.
One of the biggest concerns about writing that prevents people from pursuing this joyous profession as a full-time career is how they will earn money. From the outside looking in, it may seem that someone paying you to write at home all day while you sit in your chair barefoot at your desk is too good to be true. The fact is, though, that there are thousands of writers who enjoy this experience every day, and they make a fabulous income for it. The only thing holding you back from enjoying this life yourself is figuring out how to earn your first earnings.
If you have been thinking about starting a career as a writer, there may be a number of key factors that are attracting you to this vocation. The thought of having the ability to control your income streams, set your work hours and/or schedule, work from home and be your own boss can sound ideal to most who struggle with a 9-to-5 rat race. In fact, being able to write for a living can sound amazing to most people, and you may be eager to find someone who will pay you for your writing talents. Before you get started pursuing a career as a writer, however, you may want to consider some of the downsides of the industry.
If you are thinking about becoming a writer, you may be focusing on all of the benefits and advantages associated with the vocation. For example, if you choose to pursue a career in writing, you will enjoy the ability to set your own work hours and schedule, choose which types of writing assignments you want to work on and even work in your pajamas, in a coffee shop or in any other way that makes you feel comfortable and relaxed. While these are just a few of the benefits associated with writing, experienced writers also have some gripes about their careers…
This is a basic guide.