Travel Writing 2.0 book Archive

Five Things Writers Should Stop Doing in the ’20s

Old habits die hard with writers. We get into routines without thinking. We keep doing what worked before even when it doesn’t now. We get sloppy when we’re rushed to hit

Where Art and Commerce Meet for a Writer

Or…where the left and right brain come together in the mind of a writer. Nearly a decade ago now, Copyblogger put up a post called Confessions of a 21st Century Writer.

The Real Story on Press Trips for Travel Writers

“I had one question about press trips, which I thought you might be able to address on the blog or in the newsletter, if you think it makes sense. I’m wondering

Stop Chatting, Start Writing

How much of your time do you really spend on writing and how much do you spend on tasks with no leverage? I am tempted to simply paste in a short

6.5 Things That Will Make You a Better Non-fiction Writer

Is your writing kind of…blah? Are your articles just kind of laying there, not moving anyone to emotion or action? I made the point several times in the book that Travel