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January 1 2008 Nonfiction Writing Newsletter

Writing @ has a new editor. The contents are small, since I'm just starting out, but please stay tuned as we build new content to help you launch or expand your writing career.

I am the author of two traditionally published books, one on the shelf and one on the way. This site will now be focusing on nonfiction, as we have a fiction editor and one on writing for children in the career section. This will make sure the writing world is well-covered here at

Here's the latest article from the Writing site at Since you're a writer, this may interest you. My publisher found me right here at BellaOnline (I've written other topics here since the site first began) and offered me a book contract. How often do publishers come looking for you? It's a great place to train and get noticed. Find out the details of how to get your own topic in my newest article:

Writing for BellaOnline
If you're ready to start your writing career, consider gaining experience and credentials here at

You'll also find an article on why grammar, punctuation, and spelling matter to your writing career. Many writers don't realize that, and if you do, you'll be ahead of them in the race for a publisher.

Please visit for even more great content about Writing.

To participate in free, fun online discussions, this site has a community forum all about Writing located here -

I'll be popping in there soon to heat up the discussions, so try to beat me into the forum or join the discussion I start.

I hope to hear from you sometime soon, either in the forum or in response to this email message. I thrive on your feedback!

Have fun passing this message along to family and friends, because we all love free knowledge!

Terrie Lynn Bittner, Writing Editor

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