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A WRITER'S WEALTH OF RESOURCES...

There are many different writing styles, and for each are requirements for finding publication. For instance, applications writers, tech writers, and engineer writers, have strict guidelines for finding employment/publication, which include a required amount of years of experience, educational Degrees, and other requirements which they should be aware of BEFORE they submit any articles/work/thesis. The requirements for a Novelist are different, and so on...

The Writer's Handbook 2008 is a great resource. You can find it on Amazon. I have a few dated Handbook's and they have provided lots of answers. I recommend the 2008 one as times have changed, and because EVERYONE is a writer now, which means that submission guidelines have changed dramatically. I also own the Writer's Market book, which is dated, and have to get a new one. There are literally hundreds, if not thousands of writer's books and manuals available, and don't forget your local library...

There is tons of information available for writers, you only need to seek it. One great resource is Worldwide Freelance Writer . Another is Writer's Market.com . Each of these sites are jam packed with great information, so be sure to check them out and use them. How about this one: Writer's Guidelines Database ...

I think that it is important to register in as many writing communities as possible, as well as even writing for free here and there, just to get your name out there. The more visible you become, the greater advantage you have to fulfilling your dreams, your goals, and to becoming well received. It is all up to you, so do what you gotta do to get there...

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