Archive for the ‘Writer’s Resources’ Category

What If Wikipedia Weren’t There?
[Posted on: 23 December 2009]
[Posted in: General News & Info, Writer's Resources]

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 [...]

eBook Review: Just What Works: Write Right Online
[Posted on: 9 December 2009]
[Posted in: Enhance Your Writing, Reviews, Writer's Resources]

Many of the travel writers I communicate with are long-time, traditional freelance travel writers who are very accustomed to producing content structured in accordance with the editorial guidelines of whatever publication they are writing for. They can produce the exact number of words, use the desired point of view, and can “style” their writing to [...]

The Laptop vs. the Netbook
[Posted on: 5 October 2009]
[Posted in: Technology, Writer's Resources]

Many travel writers write their blog posts, reviews, and travel articles when they return from a trip, but they still need various writing tools, with which to take notes, while traveling. These tools can range from a simple notebook and pen to a laptop computer. Which one you choose is largely based on personal preference, [...]

Weave a Great Travel Article with StoryWeaver
[Posted on: 16 September 2009]
[Posted in: Enhance Your Writing, Reviews, Writer's Resources]

There are a lot of writing tools available that are designed to help travel writers and travel authors, to make the writing process easier. Whether you’re crafting a narrative-style travel essay or a travel book, you’re in effect weaving a story that you hope will intrigue, engage, and entertain readers. Some people are natural born [...]

We’re Not Amazed with
[Posted on: 29 July 2009]
[Posted in: Getting Started, Reviews, Writer's Resources]

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, is not an amazing article marketing site, but it does seem adequate and may [...]

Add Drama to Your Travel Story with Dramatica Pro
[Posted on: 22 July 2009]
[Posted in: Reviews, Writer's Resources]

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 [...]

ExcellentGuide is….Not So Excellent
[Posted on: 15 July 2009]
[Posted in: Getting Readers, Reviews, Writer's Resources]
[7 Comments] 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,,, and the Yahoo Directory. However, if you can overlook the amateurish-looking website and obnoxious Google Ads, and the fact that they explain nothing [...]

Become a Powerful Writer with Power Writer
[Posted on: 8 July 2009]
[Posted in: Enhance Your Writing, Reviews, Writer's Resources]

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 [...]

Travel Writers Use Ezine Finder to Get Readers
[Posted on: 6 July 2009]
[Posted in: Getting Readers, Reviews, Writer's Resources]

Based on some of the email we’ve received lately there seems to be some confusion between and These are two distinctly different websites with very different functions., which is the focus of today’s review, is primarily a directory of ezines, also known as e-newsletters or online magazines. is strictly an article [...]

Let The Writer’s Software be Your Writing Companion
[Posted on: 1 July 2009]
[Posted in: Enhance Your Writing, Reviews, Writer's Resources]

The Writer’s Software Companion is great for travel writers that would like to try their hand at fiction writing, and many do just that, either by taking their travel writing articles and turning them into a novel, or by using travel writing to “pay the bills” while they are writing their novel in their spare [...]



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