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We can help you find your voice in the exciting world of online travel journalism.

I believe you should have your own travel writing web site which you nurture into a career.
You need a portfolio.   If your portfolio is online, it provides you with credibility, and can generate opportunities and income also.

We focus on travel writing because my Team and I have years of experience in writing online travel content, as well as the technical skills to help you succeed online.

~ Trisha Miller, Editor-in-Chief

// Book Reviews

Book Review: Travel Writer’s Guide

The travel writing journey is different for everyone,… … and how you get where you’re going is often a matter of connections, good ideas, strong writing skills and a little bit of luck. I’ve never stumbled across step-by-step instructions on how to become a successful travel writer, but if such a thing existed, Travel Writer’s [...]

// Writer’s Education

Travel Writing vs Travel Journalism
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Like many writers, I had dreams of wafting around the world and spinning tales about my adventures to a rapt audience at home. And luckily I did have the chance to do that, but not without a few sharp lessons along the way. The biggest lesson I learned was about the difference between travel journalism [...]

// Tips & Tricks

Top 9 Travel Writing Mistakes

It’s not where you go, but how you show readers… …what it was like once you got there that matters most. The most exotic of places can be made to look dull if travel writers ignore the basics of good travel writing, and your articles may never find their way into print if you continually [...]

// Enhance Your Writing

Writing Travel Articles with Authority
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Having been to Utrecht 19 times in 14 years and written about it in press, I feel that I can write about it with some authority. I know what I am writing about and I know how to make it useful to people who may seek to go there. But what about the travel writer [...]

// Reviews

Review: London School of Journalism
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After twenty years of travel obsession, Ben Holbrook signs up to the London School of Journalism’s travel writing course – here’s the inside scoop on his bizarre but brilliant experience. Sitting at a bar drinking ice-cold San Miguel, a suitcase-sized screen showed lions ripping deer to pieces on National Geographic TV. I scribbled notes in [...]

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