[ Reading ] ➾ Writing to Sell Author Scott Meredith – Writerscompany.co.uk

Writing to Sell Writing To Sell Scott MeredithOf All The Books I Have On Writing, This Isif You Re Writing And Want To Sell Something, Or Wondering Why You Re NOT Selling The Guy Was An Editor For A Long Time And Worked With A Lot Of Great Authors And Knows The Business Writing To Sell By Scott Meredith Goodreads Writing To Sell By Scott Meredith I Ve Been Really Into Writing Lately And Started To Entertain The Idea Of Selling Them To Publishers So I Went To The Library And Checked This Book Out It Is A Very Easy, One Sitting Type Of Read It Is Full Of Some Useful Information And Somet So Useful Information I Really Think It S A Great Start On The Subject But I M Probably Going To Doresearch Since This Book Was Kind Of DatedSimple Ways To Write Product Descriptions That Sell How To Write Product Descriptions That SellFocus On Your Ideal Buyer When You Write A Product Description With A Huge Crowd Of Buyers In Mind, Your Descriptions Become Wishy Washy And You End Up Addressing No One At All Writing To Sell Writing To Sell Is About The Business Of Selling Your Writing, Not About How To Compose Works Of Publication Quality Experienced Writers Will Benefit Quickly If They Practice The Techniques Taught In Writing To Sell Beginners Will Shorten The Learning Curve To Successful Competition In Today S Market Writing To Sell Archives Professional Writing What Is Professional Writing This Is One Skill That Is Valuable In Today S World Of Ever Shrinking Attention Spans, And Can Help You Stand Out From The Crowd When Trying To Land A Job Copywriting Training Course Write To SellWriting For Websites Direct Mail And Email Press Releases, Blogs And Articles General Writing Skills Editing Proofreading Your Copy The Aim Of The Day Is For You To Leave With A Solid Understanding Of How To Write To Sell So You Can Improve Your Sales And Marketing Literature Writing To Sell Scott MeredithI Own A Large Pile Of How To Write Books Many Of The Books Do Not Get You From Here To There In Terms Of Acquiring Writing Skills Most Give You A Destination, But Only A Vague Sense Of How To Get To That Destination It S Like Trying To Go From Your House To Oz, On A Clear Sunny Day


10 thoughts on “Writing to Sell

  1. says:

    The original version is 40 years old, but I still got a lot out of this Especially The desire to write the editor and tell him he s a moron will be so strong you may have to lock yourself up in a closet for a few hours until you get over it <...


  2. says:

    In all honesty I would give this book 3.5 stars, but I rounded up WHY CAN T WE DO HALF STARS, GOODREADS The latest edition of this book was published in 1995, over two decades ago, and it shows The digital age was in its infancy then, and it is conspicuous in its general absence Only a few mentions exist of computers or word processors in the ent


  3. says:

    Meredith gives incredibly helpful comments about the building blocks of plot It doesn t bother with the squishy, non critical writing advice a whole lot of books do that makes people feel good about themselves, and it focuses heavily on plot to a degree I imagine many Literary Fiction authors would disapprove of The whole book has a lot of value, but the s


  4. says:

    I first heard of WRITING TO SELL when reading Peter V Brett s blog His debut novel, THE WARDED MAN, was incredible, so when I hear that he used WRITING TO SELL as a tool to help make his novel what it was, I immediately became interested WRITING TO SELL is a perfect name for this book It s about how to write a book that will attract the attention of an editor or pub


  5. says:

    There are a lot of books out there about writing, filled with age old truisms and not so truisms Some are helpful, otherswellless so Writing To Sell was highly recommended to me by an old mentor of mine who had recently started writing a lengthy work of fiction It s easy to understand why.This is an easy read, full of practical advice Much of it is dated, particularly in the


  6. says:

    Succinct wisdom on the essentials of planning, writing, the old model of publishing, and editing A must read even if you know much of what s inside, for writers should not wander astray from this advice.Keep your story moving steadily, believably, and inexorably forward from the inciting problem through each new connected complication toward the ultimate crisis and the final...


  7. says:

    Writing to Sell by Scott Meredith I ve been really into writing lately and started to entertain the idea of selling them to publishers So I went to the library and checked this book out It is a very easy, one s...


  8. says:

    Easy to read in one sitting Not so very enlightening This classic gets three stars because it would be really informative for a new writer I learned one new thing Dialogue should make up 20% of a fiction manuscript Any , and the dialogue is carryin...


  9. says:

    Somewhat dated gives considerable advice on typewriter ribbon choice, and advises against newfangled computer writing because they make sloppy first drafts , and slightly sexist, this is still a solid book that...


  10. says:

    A little dated, but still a good general overview esp for beginner writers It covers a lot of the most common traps new writers fall into.


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