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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: Chicken Soup for the Soul: Inspiration for Writers
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Though not a book written specifically for travel writers… …Chicken Soup for the Soul: Inspiration for Writers: 101 Motivational Stories for Writers – Budding or Bestselling – from Books to Blogs is nonetheless one I’d recommend to any writer. I thought I’d be able to skim through it and still write a credible review, however, […]

// Writer’s Education

The Only Consistent Thing About Freelance Travel Writing Is . . . Its Complete Lack of Consistency
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If you’re contemplating taking up freelance travel writing as a career, and hoping to make a regular and stable income right from the start… … understand that it could take you a long time to make your dream come true. As advanced sentient beings, we crave stability and consistency. I get this. This is a […]

// Tips & Tricks

Travel Bloggers: You Could Be Sitting on a Gold Mine!
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I’ve met hundreds of travel bloggers during my freelance travel writing career. Almost without exception they tell me they hadn’t realized how much work would be involved in creating and maintaining a blog. And, most of them tell me they’ve made little or no money from their travel blog, even after two or three years. […]

// Enhance Your Writing

The Self As Character: Writing In First Person Point Of View
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Editor’s Note: The following article about narrative essay-style travel writing is a reprint from the author’s website, The Writer’s Workshop, our thanks to Nick for his permission to share it here! First person point of view remains one of the trickiest strategies for any travel writer,… … As well as one of the most effective […]

// 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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