Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Nonfiction Writing

On Sunday, I sold my first article on Constant Content so I'm happy about that! I'm busy writing articles so that's why this blog post is late, and why it's going to be short.

I've also have been thinking about trying to find a copyeditor/proofreader position at a publisher so we'll see how that goes. I'm trying to work on my resume and figure out what to include.

How's your writing coming along? Read any good books lately? Watched a good movie lately?

11 comments:

Anne said...

Good luck with your search! I think it'd be great to find work in the industry.

Melissa Gill said...

Fantastic news on getting your non-fiction published. I find non-fiction very difficult to write. I wish I knew more about that style of writing. For now, I'm trying to do another revision on my WIP.

Misha said...

I'm so happy for you!

My writing is sort of stalled, but I have one ms to crit tonight and tomorrow. After that, I'm going back to my own story.

Good luck with finding the job you want. :-)

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

That's good stuff, Nicole!

Aubrie said...

Good luck getting a copy editor/proof reader position!

Congrats on selling your article!

Cherie Reich said...

That's awesome about the article! Good luck with the job search. :)

I just finished reading N.R. Williams' THE TREASURES OF CARMELIDRIUM. I enjoyed it.

I've been plugging away on a short story and novel revisions and working on new ideas. I like shiny new ideas, but they have to wait. Too much other stuff to do for now. :)

The Golden Eagle said...

Congratulations on your article!

My writing is coming along well--I just got a really good idea for the next novel I'll be working on . . . so I'm happy.

Holly Ruggiero said...

Congratulations on your article.

Susan Gourley/Kelley said...

Way to go on the article. My writing is going great. A job in the industry seems like it would be a boost to your career.

Angela Ackerman said...

Congrats--that's awesome! I just finished 'Gimme a Call' (YA) very good book, and lots of fun exploring the down side of 'what if'.

Angela @ The Bookshelf Muse

Lisa Potts said...

Congrats on the sale. I wanted to drop in and thank you for introducing me to Constant Content.
We'll see how it goes.