Whether you are an established writer or just starting, there is a vast wealth of information and advice on how to improve your writing. There is so much brilliant advice out there, caught within the tidal wave of ‘How I made $1000 in my first month’ articles.
Help can come at you from every direction, be it podcasts, books, or online courses. The variety is enormous. Much of this information is free; some writers have made a career out of helping other writers.
Until this weekend, I had completely forgotten what it means to be followed, have your work judged without earning a single penny. I have had one of my biggest successes since I started creating content, and I made a staggering nothing, yet it still feels fantastic. As content creators, we should all step back and … Continue reading What a Viral TikTok Post Taught me About Content Creation
My process for writing follows a similar pattern in every article that I write. I don’t say template because this is not my process, although other writers have used templates with great success. Whether you write crime or other research-based articles, though, there should be something you can take away from my process.