Author Profile: Amandah Blackwell

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Amandah Blackwell

Amandah Blackwell is a creative, freelance and ghost writer for industries that include but are not limited to the arts & entertainment, travel, publishing, real estate, pets, personal and professional development, and much more.

Amandah's personal writing projects include screenplays, teleplays, YA, non-fiction, short stories, and poetry. 

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7 Warning Signs You’re Sabotaging Your Travel Writing
Posted in Enhance Your Writing, Guest Blog Posts, Overcoming Obstacles on 16 June 2014
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Thanks to the internet, your travel writing is available for everyone to read. And for new writers, this can be scary. After all, these days everyone’s a critic, and you may not want to be judged. Who does? Whether you’re a newbie or an experienced travel writer, you may allow fear and doubt to crush […]

How To Capitalize on Opportunities
Posted in Getting Started, Opportunities, Tips & Tricks on 9 April 2010
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You’re at a Travel Writing Conference, and an editor or PR person wants to follow up with you. So you quickly whip out a business card…..or do you? I’m surprised by how few new media travel writers and bloggers take the time to create their own marketing tools such as business cards, post cards, etc…to […]

Automate Your Twitter Tasks with Tweet Adder
Posted in Reviews, Technology on 8 March 2010
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Twitter has become enormously popular. Celebrities such as Oprah are on Twitter. Ok, Oprah is probably not tweeting herself, but someone from her organization is. It’s a great way to keep fans and followers up-to-date on what is going in your life or to promote your blog or website. Instead of spending hours every day […]

Dramaticapedia Takes the Drama Out of Writing
Posted in Overcoming Obstacles, Reviews, Writer's Resources on 24 February 2010
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On occasion travel writers find themselves with a story that is much more than just material for an article. They may decide to try their hand at writing a book. And as often happens with writers, they may find themselves in need of help getting their story told. If that’s you, you may want to […]

A Travel Writer’s Dream Kit Come True, Maybe
Posted in Enhance Your Writing, Reviews, Writer's Resources on 6 January 2010
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Travel fiction can be a refreshing approach to writing about travel. There are many ‘non-fiction’ books on the market and a work of fiction could be a breath of fresh air that a Publisher is looking for. Many travel writers submit a guidebook or a ‘travel tips’ book. Set yourself apart and take a stab […]

What If Wikipedia Weren’t There?
Posted in General News & Info, Writer's Resources on 23 December 2009
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Wikipedia is the most used resource on the internet. In fact, it’s the largest and most interactive encyclopedia online, and consistently ranks in the Top 10 of ‘most visited websites’ – in some cases the Top 5 websites – on a number of lists that track and rank all internet traffic. It’s estimated that more […]

Promote Yourself With a Portfolio Site
Posted in Getting Started, Opportunities, Tips & Tricks on 2 December 2009
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Most of the travel writers and travel bloggers we work with focus most, if not all, of their writing on (own) their travel blog, or the travel blogs of other individuals or blog communities. And yet I’m guessing that most, if not all, of you are freelancers, and – like most freelance writers – are […]

Finding Untapped Travel Writing Niches
Posted in Getting Readers, Opportunities, Tips & Tricks on 18 November 2009
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Recently, a new member of our forum who plans to attend college in Canada asked us a question about creating a single travel blog to write about two different travel writing niches. He has an idea about blogging about college life, with a focus on the perspective of a foreign exchange student living abroad. His […]

Learn to Craft a Perfect Author Bio
Posted in Enhance Your Writing, Getting Started, Tips & Tricks on 21 October 2009
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If you’re writing on your own travel blog, you already know that you should have an Author Biography. Most commonly used on your ‘About’ page, it’s what fills the reader in on who you are, what makes you an authority on your travel niche, and any accomplishments that you’d like to impress them with. If […]

It’s Not Just All Travel Articles – Part III
Posted in Getting Started, Tips & Tricks on 14 October 2009
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This is the last – but most important – of this three-part series about the writing travel writers need to do in addition to travel writing. The focus of this week’s blog post is the Query Letter. Some travel writers still struggle with writing query letters, but it’s a vital skill to have if it’s […]



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