1-2-3 Publish June 17, 2022

1-2-3 Publish is a weekly post for professional and career writers to help them find new high-paying opportunities. Subscribers will receive weekly posts sharing 3 paid writing opportunities, 2 open pitch calls, and a writing challenge to help them grow as writers.

1-2-3 Publish May 27, 2022

1-2-3 Publish is a weekly post for professional and career writers to help them find new high-paying opportunities. Subscribers will receive weekly posts sharing 3 paid writing opportunities, 2 open pitch calls, and a writing challenge to help them grow as writers.

1-2-3 Publish March 25, 2022

1-2-3 Publish is a weekly post for professional and career writers to help them find new paying opportunities. This week and the next will focus all on fiction and poetry writers. I’ll share open submission calls, writing jobs, and a challenge to help fiction and poetry writers gain a firmer grasp on submitting their pieces.

Write Better, Right Now #4

To round out our month on topics to help bring your stories to life in your readers' minds, I want to focus on original metaphors and similes. These turns of phrases and relational connections can create unique and one-of-a-kind sensations, emotions, sounds, and images just by using figurative language. But writers tend to write cliched metaphors and similes instead of stretching for a connection both original and on theme with what they are writing.

1-2-3 Publish January 28, 2022

Check out paid open submission calls, writing jobs, and a creative writing challenge to help fiction and poetry writers gain a firmer grasp on submitting their pieces and advancing their writing skills.

1-2-3 Publish January 21, 2022

1-2-3 Publish is a weekly post for professional and career writers to help them find new paying opportunities. This week and the next will focus all on fiction and poetry writers. I’ll share open submission calls, writing jobs, and a challenge to help fiction and poetry writers gain a firmer grasp on submitting their pieces.

Write Better, Right Now #2

As writers, we have a tendency to just let it rip on the page. It's what readers love, crave, and come to our writing for. But a lot of the time, letting it just rip without a bit of editing and trimming leaves cluttered and distanced writing when what we want is writing that brings the reader into the story fully and exactly how we want.