advice, authors, writing

Writing Productivity: How I Use the Pomodoro Technique to Get More Done

What is the Pomodoro Technique? Set a timer for 25 minutes, and work. Then, take a break for 5 minutes. Then do it all over again. That, in a nutshell, is the Pomodoro Technique (PT). I’m pretty into productivity tools, but when I first read about PT, I thought it sounded too simplistic. I didn’t… Continue reading Writing Productivity: How I Use the Pomodoro Technique to Get More Done

Advertisements
advice, Articles, Current News, Outside Writing, Reblogs, writing

Outside Writing: “Dos and Don’ts Resumes and Job Applications-What I know now that I’m 30+” by editorialmania

As an editorial manager, I do a lot of hiring. One of the most time-consuming, tiresome, sometimes amusing, sometimes appalling parts of the candidate screening process is reviewing resumes. When I see the following DON’TS, all I can do is think “What were they thinking?” Things that do not belong in your job application (that […]… Continue reading Outside Writing: “Dos and Don’ts Resumes and Job Applications-What I know now that I’m 30+” by editorialmania

Articles, Lists, Outside Writing, Reblogs, writing

Outside Writing: “Crafting Your Technical Writing Resume by Amruta Ranade

Note: Although this post is intended for technical writing students who are about to begin the job search process, but the techniques here might be useful for other students as well. In this blog post, let’s discuss how to craft your technical writing resume. The most important thing to remember is that your resume is […]… Continue reading Outside Writing: “Crafting Your Technical Writing Resume by Amruta Ranade

Reblogs

Top 10 Jobs For Writing Lovers

Don’t think you can make a career out of your writing? You might want to take a look at this recent guest post by Warren Fowler on the http://nicholasrossis.me/ blog. It lists the top 10 best jobs for writers as well as what it takes to get there. Check it out via Top 10 Jobs For Writing Lovers

Nicholas C. Rossis

Warren Fowler | From the blog of Nicholas C. Rossis, author of science fiction, the Pearseus epic fantasy series and children's booksThis is a guest post by Warren, a marketing enthusiast, and blogger at EduGeeksClub, who loves music. If he doesn’t have a guitar in his hands, he’s probably embracing new technologies and marketing techniques online. You can connect with Warren on Twitter and Facebook.

Top 10 Jobs For Writing Lovers

Writing has always been my thing. From poems to creative writing projects to research papers, I could do everything well at school. My teachers kept advising me: “You’re doing well in this… You should become a writer.” That’s exactly what I aimed for: become a writer. So that’s what I did.

writing jobs | From the blog of Nicholas C. Rossis, author of science fiction, the Pearseus epic fantasy series and children's booksThere’s one main thing I realized on this journey: writing is not just about novels and stories. I did that, too. I wrote a few short novels and stories. However, I’ve also used my skill to earn money in other ways. I also connected with other writers…

View original post 1,043 more words