Posts Tagged "organized writing"

Want to Build Your Brand? Part 1 – Think Facebook

Posted by on Oct 2, 2012 in Blog, Business stories, Marketing, Stories | 0 comments

Sherri Coner is a client who is an author as you probably already know. Whitesides Words has published two of her women’s fiction books ( Loving Me(n) and Lies & Legacy: Frankie’s Story) on Kindle and print copies are also available at The third book, a wonderful novel called In a Moon Smile, is set to release on October 22. There’s lots of exciting things going on but one of the most exciting is that we set up a Facebook fan page for Sherri. Whitesides Words is helping Sherri build her brand and get her wonderful stories out into the hands of readers. We’re sharing her story with the world – and it’s pretty incredible...

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A jumble of ideas

Posted by on Aug 25, 2011 in Blog, Communication, Composition | 0 comments

This morning I was trying to cram more stuff into my purse like puzzle pieces so it would all fit. Needless to say, as the day wore on and items kept falling out, I realized what a mistake I had made. I was the mastermind behind the aggravation I dealt with all day. Writing is like that, too. You can’t cram too much into a paragraph or paper or else it becomes more aggravation than communication. When too many ideas are jumbled together and are not explained fully or connected to each other, it’s confusing. When you send a customer a message that is confusing, it becomes an aggravation and you know what happens then. What do you think will happen when they receive...

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