Feminine Wiles: Creative Techniques for Writing Women's Features Stories That Sellby Donna Elizabeth Boetig
This is the first book to specifically address how to write feature articles for women. It appeals to both active writers and journalists and those who are just beginning. See more details below
This is the first book to specifically address how to write feature articles for women. It appeals to both active writers and journalists and those who are just beginning.
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More valuable than a dozen writer s workshops or journalism courses. If you re interested in developing a successful career as a freelance writer for women s magazines, read Feminine Wiles and get to work.
Meet the Author
Donna Elizabeth Boetig is a freelance writer specializing in women's stories. Her articles appear regularly in major publications such as "Reader's Digest, McCall's, Woman's Day, Family Circle" and "The Saturday Evening Post." She is a contributor to several books on writing. A former newspaper reporter, Boetig earned her graduate degree in writing from Johns Hopkins University. She teaches writing workshops throughout the United States and Canada.
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