Are you a writer whose words fail to come to life on the page? Does your research lack substance or credibility? Can your grammar and usage use a facelift? Has your attempt at self-editing fallen short? If you answer yes to any of the above, you may be an average writer. The good news is, you don’t have to be. Whether you’re a new writer or a not, you can improve your craft and break out of average-writer status with a little determination and know-how. No Average Writer offers important tips and tricks for how to stand out in the writing crowd—and write your best.
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About the Author
Susie Yakowicz has written hundreds of stories and articles for the web and print publications and has published four historical books. She holds a degree in English from the University of Colorado and has taken numerous post-graduate courses in writing and publishing.
Susie writes from her home in Eagan, Minnesota, where she lives with her family and pets. She enjoys writing about writing dogs, history, health, and a variety of other topics.
For more information on Susie’s background and work, please visit her blog, Writing from Minnesota, at www.susieyakowicz.com/blog.