The Practical Formula for Article Writing
by Ismael M Akango
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the easiest and most profitable
disproves that theory once and for all. Based in Africa,
and writing in English, he has sold magazine
simple language, Ismael explains the secret to his
success in his latest book: The Practical Formula for
PART ONE: Preparing your Manuscripts.
Lesson 1.1: Introduction.
Lesson 1.2: Finding Markets.
Lesson 1.3: Going Professional.
Lesson 1.3a: Writing a Good Query Letter.
Lesson 1.3b: Writing a Good Outline/Synopsis.
Lesson 1.4: Writing the Main Article.
Lesson 1.4a: Style.
Lesson: 1.4b: Formatting.
Lesson 1.5: Revising your Work.
Lesson 1.6: Submitting your Work.
PART TWO: Specializing.
Lesson 2.1: Writing Reviews.
Lesson 2.1a: Reviewing Movies/Computer Games/CDs.
Lesson 2.1 b: Book Reviews.
Lesson 2.1 c: Reviewing Stage Shows.
Lesson 2.1 d: Reviewing Cars.
Lesson 2.2: Writing for Children & Teenagers.
Lesson 2.3: Writing for Women and Men.
Lesson 2.3a: Triumph over Tragedy Stories.
Lesson 2.3b: Writing Confessional Stories.
Lesson 2.4: Writing for the Trade Press.
Lesson 2.5: Writing for Travel Magazines.
Lesson 2.6: Writing Religious & Inspirational Stories.
Lesson 2.7: Writing Humorous Articles.
Lesson 2.8: Writing General Interest Articles.
Lesson 2.9: Writing Reader Letters/Fillers.
PART THREE: Markets.
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