Emerging Writers Guest Post #47 – Justin Thorne – From ideas to film scripts

Posted by on Jun 30, 2013 in Guest Posts

For the last ten years, I’ve been teaching marketing strategy to professionals of all ages and all levels. Where most of them struggle in terms of gaining a professional qualification in marketing, is applying the theory to their own brands or organisations. Monumental Words is the title of a short story from my book, ‘In the Shadows: an anthology of the curious’. I’d been talking to a good friend of mine, who is an independent filmmaker for years about turning the idea...

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Emerging Writers Guest Post #46 – A Must Read – Hilary Retig & The 7 Secrets of the Prolific

Posted by on Jun 26, 2013 in Guest Posts

I help people increase their productivity in writing and other areas, and have taught productivity and time-management classes at top writing, business, educational, arts, and community organizations.   My articles have appeared in Psychology Today, Huffington Post, Future Buzz, Time Management Ninja, Tomorrow’s Professor, Authors Helping Authors, and numerous other publications.     From 2001 – 2012 I worked as a business coach and microlender at two nonprofit...

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Emerging Writers Guest Post #45 – David Chislett – with writing no experience is wasted

Posted by on Jun 23, 2013 in Guest Posts

My name is David Chislett and I am a writer. My journey with writing started when I was 10 years old and my primary school teacher set us a poetry writing exercise for homework. We could pick one method of 5. I did two of each and basically I have been addicted ever since. I did my best to walk away from it after high-school, doing military service and starting to study law. But playing in bands meant that there were songs to be written and soon I was working as...

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Emerging Writers Guest Post #44 – Mathias Frey: EXCESS – The Art of Treason

Posted by on Jun 19, 2013 in Guest Posts

About Mathias: Born in Germany in 1969, moved with my family to Switzerland when I was ten years old. Started to love reading as a young teenager. Have been working in air traffic control simulation for most of my adult life. Apart from aviation, have always been interested in history and the dark side of politics. I have recently started working on my second political suspense novel. Should I be ashamed of admitting that I’d never written anything before writing...

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Emerging Writers Guest Post #43 – Barbara Olsgard Winquist – On a US cauldron of a conspiracy

Posted by on Jun 16, 2013 in Guest Posts

Picture the post war era and the babies born to a generation of lovers of freedom. Imagine their children and the hope of preserving them from the dust of the dirty thirties, a world war, grinding poverty of the homesteaders, plight of a plethora of disease and the crucifixtion of Christianity. I rose from the lineage of my European ancestors and was in the satchel of their genes. We kissed the earth as we departed the ship and named this country ours. Prairies with golden...

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