Writing Features: For magazines and websites Dawn Kennedy

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Published: June 30th 2014

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225 pages


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Writing Features: For magazines and websites  by  Dawn Kennedy

Writing Features: For magazines and websites by Dawn Kennedy
June 30th 2014 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 225 pages | ISBN: | 7.73 Mb

Do you want a successful writing career?While there is no exact formula for writing features, an experienced mentor can save you time and help make your efforts successful.Writing Features is an inspiring guide that will teach you all that you needMoreDo you want a successful writing career?While there is no exact formula for writing features, an experienced mentor can save you time and help make your efforts successful.Writing Features is an inspiring guide that will teach you all that you need to know to write professional articles for newspapers, magazines and websites.Being a successful magazine and website writer requires more than just an ability to write.

To get your work published, you need to know how magazines and websites work.You need to know about the different types of features and how to write them. Writing Features will teach you the difference between interview features- profiles- human interest stories- first person accounts- reviews, travel and trend features.Writing Features offers inspiring tasks that will enable you to come up with fresh ideas for features and match them with the right publication.First impressions count and Writing Features ensures that you will earn editor’s respect by writing a professional query letter and submitting clean copy.Writing Features teaches you the essential journalism skills that you need to work as a feature writer.

You will learn how to research, report and conduct an interview like a professional.Writing Features includes an effective step-by-step writing process that will enable you to avoid writer’s block and submit winning features that include a gripping lede, a precise nut graf and a resounding ending.As a veteran feature writer, with nearly 30 years writing experience, Dawn Kennedy knows the joys and challenges of writing for a living. She has worked as a features editor for O magazine, editor of Sync’Up and co-editor of 021 magazine.She knows what magazines want and editors need.Follow her advice and you will be an editor’s best friend.Currently Dawn is the senior lecturer in journalism at City Varisty, Cape Town, South Africa.



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