Letters and Comments

Letters For January 14th

Numerous readers comment on why it's a bad idea to do business with "jerks." …

Your Piece In Start Writing Now

Hi Richard, I am in a period of enlightenment right now, as far as my writing career is concerned. It's a place I have never been before, but I am enjoying, thoroughly, reading everything I can get my hands on that I think might teach me something new about this mysterious craft of writing. Your sites, both Writersweekly.com and Booklocker.com have helped me immensely. So, in closing, I wanted to say, "Thank you," to you, Angela, and your staff for all of the hard work that you put into making the sites the bountiful baskets of resources that they are! Keep up the great work and here's to a fantastic 2004 for all of us! Cheers, Jessica Martinez-Stanfield Dear Angela, I enjoyed your piece in Start Writing Now (November 2003 - http://www.writersdigest.com/store/magdisplay.asp?id=WY1103). The first two paragraphs were real grabbers. Party on..... Parrott Sutton, Kinston, NC …

Kudos!

Hi, I'd like to say that I used to have a subscription to "Writers Digest," but I find WritersWeekly.com to be more informative and the information more relative. Thank you for all the effort you put into WritersWeekly.com. Keep up the great work! J. Phillips …

Letters for December 10th

One Present Peeker Who Got Caught I was a peeker, too, and a good one, or so I thought. Mom always hid gifts under the bed, and she was a late wrapper, so I could open the end of the bag and put it back exactly as it had been, content to know that "Santa" was bringing most of what was on my list. I'd go so far as to erase my tracks across the green wall-to-wall carpeting... Just Doin…

Pricing Your Book Too Low and Tricking Peekers

Pricing Your Book/Service Too Low Your article on pricing made me think about a project I have just finished. Although it's not a piece of writing, per se, many of my friends and colleagues call it a book... Tricking Children Who Peek at Presents! I had the same problem with my girls when they were small. I OUTsmarted them and booby-trapped their gifts... …

Letters

Due to the short holiday week, this issue is abbreviated. Letters to the Editor will return to this spot next week. You can read last week's letters HERE. …

WritersWeekly Whispers and Warnings saves writer from unsavory agent!

Kudos for WritersWeekly Whispers and Warnings Many thanks, Angela. Personal aside...I've been a subscriber to WritersWeekly for less than a day and it already kept me from stepping into something potentially nasty with an agent... Angela's Email Publishing Book I read Profitable Email Publishing and loved it. I write today to say thank you. I believe that I would not have continued on my quest for freelance success without your site and your encouragement. I'm still on that quest.... Just an Email Away! Dear Angela and Richard-- I have written to you both a number of times and just want to tell you how much I really appreciate all the insight that you offer to writers in WritersWeekly. It is especially comforting to know that if I ever have a question, you both are so easily approachable... …

Angela’s Family Stories

Writing is a passion (along with photography). What you so often share in this newsletter is that to actually write comes with purpose and joy. Even in the simple things of sharing our stories with our family. I love the ideas that you presented for gifts. It is something our family of origin has passed on in writing journals and our histories. …

Writer Needs Help ASAP

I've posted a notice to the interview requests page twice in the past month and nobody has yet responded. I really need help! …

Letters To the Editor: October 22nd

~Common Correspondence Mistakes~ I just read your article, Common Correspondence Mistakes Made by Writers and wanted…

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