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I like English, and it has always been my best subject. I'm trying to find which area of writing I am most talented in. I feel that I can write punchy, short prose well. Do you have any tips for how I can find the type of writing that suits me? Would I be better taking lots of short learning courses? Reading books? Any help you could give would be very helpful.


Kudos to you on going after your passion to write!

To find the type of writing you most enjoy, I encourage you to freestyle write in various genres and with various forms of writing.  For example, you could spend a day writing poetry, another day researching and writing non-fiction articles and another day creating a novel.

Trust your feelings. You'll know by how you feel which you prefer.  From my experience, how good you feel when you write says a lot more than what a book could tell you.

Happy writing!

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I can answer questions on how to get published in magazines and newspapers; how to market your own books; how to earn a living writing; how to write press releases; how to find a good editor; how to edit your own books; finding a good printer; finding a good book illustrator; doing your taxes as a freelance writer. Questions I can't answer include specifics around working with a print on demand publisher


I have 36 years of experience as a writer (fiction and non-fiction). I am a book reviewer with Nielsen Media. I am a newspaper columnist and a reporter. I am a former radio station host and I am the editor of a literary newsletter, The Book Lover's Haven. I am also the author of more than 10 books.

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