I am a practicing "wordsmith". Therefore, it is my sincere hope that both you and I and our readers will profit from what you read here in this book.
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I don’t know about you but my articles always have a purpose. That purpose can be: change a mind, improve understanding, persuade to buy, introduce a new idea, product or thought to the benefit my readers, try to clarify thinking, help readers overcome obstacles, entertain, introduce ideas that demonstrate how much fun is available to all of us each day.
In this book I write about how you can avoid “writer’s block in great detail, here are some ideas that are explained in detail in this book for your consideration:
If I have no idea about what to write… (You can read more about this idea my book…)
My next step was to research…(You can read more about this idea in my book…)
Here’s another method I used to avoid “writer’s block… (You can read about this in the book…)”
Later, as I was thinking about what to write next, here’s what I did…(You can read more about this idea in my book…)
So, the question is, are you having fun yet? Is reading this an enjoyable experience for you? Are you having a good time as you read what I have to say here? Are you learning more about how to write? If not loosen up, smile! Enjoy yourself and take what I’ve said here to heart.
Here’s another subject for you to think about to become a more profitable writer for you and your readers.
Have you ever considered writing about the obvious? Back around 1910 Robert R. Updegraff wrote a short story for the Saturday Evening Post with the title: “The Story of Obvious Adams (You can read more about this subject in my book…)
The word Obvious is an important word for you, as a writer to keep fresh and in the forefront of your mind during all of your pre-writing thinking hours.
As a wordsmith consider the following suggestions:
Writing an article is like creating a painting:
An article or story can be compared to an artist’s painting of a (You can read more about this idea in my book…)
Writing an article or story resembles carving:
As a wordsmith you can approach your writing as a wood carver who must first think …(You can read more about this idea in my book…)
In short, as a wordsmith you are like the: artist, carver, architect, doctor and ultimately – the one who approaches a writing assignment with meticulous preparation before writing anything.
So, again let me say, you must, just like all the others I’ve mentioned, think before you write so you are sure what you write will be easy, free flowing, entertaining and above all – profitable for both you and your readers.
One final word before I finish. To be a profitable writer who helps the readers profit from what you have written, you must put your heart (compassion, spirit, center, emotion, sentiment, mood, temperament, mind, soul, nature, spirit, character, essence, deep inner feelings) into all of your writing.
In this short review of my book I want to give you one final word about how you can write for your profit and for the profit of your audience - your readers…
I wrote this book for our mutual profit as "wordsmiths". My aim is to share with you how to get personal profit & satisfaction as you learn to interest your readers in better ways. Your writing can be more enthusiastic, entertaining and helpful for your readers. How? Buy this book today! Why? Because reading it and acting on these suggestions can open opportunities for you to gain the kind of readership & popularity needed by all successful (profitable) writers.
…Think long and hard before you write any story or article – then - write with enthusiasm and you will reap the profits!