Confessions: Losing Your Voice In Freelance Writing

Confessions: Losing Your Voice In Freelance Writing

Freelance writing for money and losing your voice in the transition is something that I can bet many writers think about.  You ask..........How do you manage to diversify your portfolio without losing the identify you want to maintain when writing?  How do you ensure that people are always aware of your voice even if someone wants you to write from a specific perspective? Is freelancing even going to work for someone like you?

Confessions: Are You Cutting Out Readers With Your Visuals?

Confessions: Are You Cutting Out Readers With Your Visuals?

I never had a specific group of individuals I wanted to target when this all begin. My goal was just to capture the truth according to me. As things visually progress, I find myself posting many pictures of African American women, children and couples. I felt myself doing it and it just felt normal. But as I was listening to a podcast today I began to identify some of the reasons why I am likely doing it.

Confession: Who Is Your Target Audience

Confession: Who Is Your Target Audience


I can understand how as a writer this is important.  You want to know who you are speaking to.  Especially if you intend to monetize.  The people you are targeting determine the market that you are hitting…………….brands care a great deal about it and it’s probably how they are choosing you to represent them if they ask you to write up something or promote for them.

Confessions: How Will They Perceive You?

Confessions: How Will They Perceive You?

Confessions: How Will They Perceive You?

3/12/2016

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Picture it........Saturday morning in the nail shop. Looking around at all the women (and men) who are up early for their mani/pedi session. Bright lights and conversations. All the while my attitude is on overdrive from lack of sleep and coffee. I'd say the perfect breeding ground for creative thought! Lol

Confessions: What is Motivating You To Write?

Confessions: What is Motivating You To Write?



Whenever you start blogging you are typically starting for a reason. It can be an outlet that you use to let go of things or something you are doing to help someone. It can even be to find a side job that you love to do and connect with other people. Whatever that reason is for you is cool but I know for me, it all started as an outlet because I love to write.........now it's more.