Write more - New Ebook Shows Writers And Others How To Write More And Enjoy It

In today's online world, everyone has to write. However, writing on demand and prolifically is a challenge not just for students and professional writers, but also for business people. Copywriter Angela Booth's new ebook, Top 70 Writing Tips To Help You To Write More, is crammed with tips to make writing fun and easy.

September 3, 2006 ? Writing is just as hard for professional writers as it is for people who need to write for their work ? and these days, when you combine emails, business proposals, blogs and Web sites, that means just about everyone. A new ebook,
Top 70 Writing Tips To Help You To Write More, has the solution.

Copywriter and author Angela Booth has been helping writers to write for almost 20 years. She says: "Many writers put off writing until the last minute. They hate to write. The words don't come easily. I'm a copywriter, so I know that business people hate to write too. Seven months ago, when I wrote a blog item --
Top 10 Writing Tips To Help You To Write More ? it became hugely popular. Dozens of people find that item via the search engines every day, and I've had more thanks, compliments, questions and messages about that one item than any other."

Readers always asked for more tips, Angela says. "So I compiled all my hints and tips on how to write more, and write more easily, into an ebook. This ebook is the
Top 70 Writing Tips To Help You To Write More, which has just been released. The ebook is 90 pages crammed with tips which help you to write more, whether you're a business person, a student, or a writer ? everyone who writes can discover how to write fearlessly, how to be much more productive, and how to look forward to writing, and enjoy it." Angela said that she focused on tips not just for writers, but also for anyone who needs to write for business. "One of the biggest compliments I received was from a business owner who said that my tips had landed him contracts ? he stopped procrastinating, wrote the proposals, and landed the contracts."

She's a writing teacher, so Angela's tested all the tips on her students. "Many of the tips started out as suggestions I made in response to challenges my students have had, so I know that the tips work."

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Angela Booth is a copywriter, author and writing teacher. Her blog, Angela Booth's Writing Blog at
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