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How to Find Your Story: Building a 30-Second Elevator Pitch

How to Find Your Story: Building a 30-Second Elevator Pitch by Nick Nebelsky What do you say when someone walks up to you and asks, “What do you do for a living?” Do you often just stand there with a … Continue reading

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The Effective Author: Dare to Write the Stories of Cruelty and Kindness

The Effective Author: Dare to Write the Stories of Cruelty and Kindness © 2016 Kebba Buckley Button, MS, OM. World Rights Reserved. If you love to write but are still casting about for your niche, there are untapped goldmines of … Continue reading

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Everyone has a story to tell; none of us are boring

Everyone has a story to tell; none of us are boring by Steve Meissner When I taught journalism, I tried to prepare students for all the basic assignments given to rookie reporters: police stories, weather items, and obituaries. Writing obits … Continue reading

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Creative processes to consider in capturing and repurposing your words

Creative processes to consider in capturing and repurposing your words by Rebecca Joy Traditional pen to paper or typing on a keyboard are, of course, good and effective mediums, but have you used or considered other modalities to capture your … Continue reading

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