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If, like us, you’re walking around with the fantasy you’ve got a great novel / film inside you if only you get the time to get it all down on paper, fuel that delusion with tips from the best.
Reading this will briefly make you feel like a genius.
These points are all from a presentation by former Pixar story artist Emma Coats - read all 22 here
by Christine Cube, PR Newswire media relations manager
(This is first in a two-part series by PR Newswire media relations managers Christine Cube and Amanda Hicken. Check back tomorrow for part two about incorporating journalism best practices for better blogging.)
When I selected print journalism as my major at Radford University in Virginia, I didn’t really know what I was getting into.
I knew I wanted to become a writer. I did not know, however, that I would spend the next 10 years out of college beating the pavement, writing thousands of stories about individuals, companies, and organizations. For a time, I also wrote about natural disasters for the national headquarters of the American Red Cross.
So a blog post for Social Media Club recently took me way outside my comfort zone. It was a post about me, and in my objective, personal-life-is-off-limits style, I found this exercise incredibly stressful.
Click here to read more about how Christine found her true voice through blogging.
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