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. 

You can find more of her writing at www.MisticCafe.com, savvywritingcareers.wordpress.com, and www.savvy-writer.com.

You can follow Amandah on Twitter at:  http://twitter.com/savvy_writer


Articles By Amandah  »

Improve Your Travel Writing by Learning a New Language
Posted in Overcoming Obstacles, Reviews, Writer's Education on 26 August 2009
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Travel Writers can benefit from learning a second or third language, especially if you travel frequently to other countries. While many people around the world do speak english (quite well, too, and more speak english well enough that you can get by), the vast majority of people you’ll encounter will truly appreciate that you are […]

Road Trip Tips to Avoid a Bumpy Journey — Part II
Posted in General News & Info, Tips & Tricks on 13 August 2009
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This is Part II of ‘Avoid a Bumpy Road Trip with These Tips.’ My trip to Northern California was an experience. At one point, I felt like I was on a wild goose chase! All-in-all the trip was a success. My creativity was renewed, and I learned a lot about myself and some lessons along […]

Road Trip Tips to Avoid a Bumpy Journey – Pt 1
Posted in General News & Info, Tips & Tricks on 10 August 2009
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Editors Note: This is part one of a two-part article on “road trip tips” – be sure to check out Wednesday’s post for the second part, filled with even more great road trip tips! Recently I took a road trip to Northern California. I now have many travel writing articles to write. It’s ironic that […]

Monetizing Your Travel Blog
Posted in Opportunities, Overcoming Obstacles, Tips & Tricks on 3 August 2009
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Lately we’ve been receiving emails – and questions in the Forum – from travel writers who are confused about how to monetize their travel blog. They’re just a little fuzzy on the whole concept of advertising, or perhaps just leery of it, and a few even confuse the concept of displaying ads on their travel […]

We’re Not Amazed with Amazines.com
Posted in Getting Started, Reviews, Writer's Resources on 29 July 2009
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Amazines is another article marketing site that can drive web traffic to your site. They claim that they’re dedicated to helping you grow your subscriber list and develop more business. Of course, this is what all travel writers want. However, Amazines.com is not an amazing article marketing site, but it does seem adequate and may […]

Add Drama to Your Travel Story with Dramatica Pro
Posted in Reviews, Writer's Resources on 22 July 2009
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Travel writers, do you have a travel story in mind that you’ve always wanted to turn into a novel? If so, then Dramatica Pro is a program that can be your “creative writing partner”. Dramatica Pro is the only Story Development software to receive a 4 Star rating from Writers Digest Magazine, and when you […]

Extra, Extra! Submit Your Articles to YourNews
Posted in Getting Started, Opportunities, Reviews on 20 July 2009
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YourNews.com is a local article marketing site. Similar to many local online news websites, except that YourNews.com makes it easy for you to sign up for an account and submit your travel articles based on your zip code, which you enter the first time you land on the site. You can also submit travel articles […]

ExcellentGuide is….Not So Excellent
Posted in Getting Readers, Reviews, Writer's Resources on 15 July 2009
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ExcellentGuide.com is a rather odd combination of an Article Submission Site and a Directory of websites, bookmarks, and videos. It appears as if they are trying to single-handedly replace EzineArticles.com, YouTube.com, Digg.com, and the Yahoo Directory. However, if you can overlook the amateurish-looking website and obnoxious Google Ads, and the fact that they explain nothing […]

Connect to the Right Web Host with The WHIR
Posted in Getting Started, Reviews, Technology on 13 July 2009
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Choosing a web hosting service can be a daunting task, especially if you’re new to websites and hosting services. The WHIR can take the “bite” out of finding a web hosting company. Web Host Industry Review (WHIR) touts themselves to as the “the largest news organization and consumer resource dedicated to the web hosting industry, […]

Become a Powerful Writer with Power Writer
Posted in Enhance Your Writing, Reviews, Writer's Resources on 8 July 2009
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Power Writer is an excellent writing tool for any writer. If you’re working on a travel fiction or non-fiction novel, this software can help you craft a compelling story in no time. Every writer can use an arsenal of writing tools. Make sure that Power Writer is part of yours! Power Writer has three main […]



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