Yikes! It’s Monday again, which means it’s time for another edition of my weekly podcast, Writing Tips from the Working Writer’s Coach.
The trouble is, I’ve had a terrible cough all week and a few days ago I lost my voice.
I like to record my podcasts every week instead of doing a bunch of recordings ahead of time.
That lets me give tips that I know people are looking for right now (I learn this from working with my private coaching clients, through emails I get from people on my Morning Nudge list, and from chats with other members of the Working Writer’s Club).
So, rather than not give any tips this week in my podcast, I thought I’d direct you to a guest post I wrote yesterday for Writers on the Move.
It gives some tips about writing based on your personal experiences.
The post was related to an earlier post I wrote here last month called Write What You Know.
I’ll be back with a new edition of my podcast as soon as my voice is working again!
Have a great week!
P.S. Next month I’ll be starting a new 10-week mentoring program where I show writers step-by-step how to create a freelance writing career without taking any of those scary steps required for the traditional freelance career writing for business clients or on assignment for publishers, etc.
The program is called Fearless Freelance Writing: Build a Successful Career Writing about What You Know and Love.
Learn more about this program at www.fearlessfreelancewriting.com.