Blog Archive: Copywriting/Writing


Want to Read the First Chapter of “The Stolen Twin”?

Chapter 1

My life has been dominated by two dreams.

In the first, I see my twin sister Cat at seven, the last time I ever saw her. She is all pink and golden – hair hanging in yellow ringlets, dancing blue eyes, rosy cheeks. She is beautiful, my sister. Light, sweet, charming. My opposite.

By Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW)


Why It Took Me 10 Years to Publish My First Novel

Yes, you read that right.

I wrote “The Stolen Twin” over ten years ago. And it basically sat in a desk drawer until a few months ago when I pulled it out, dusted it off, and published it.

By Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW)


Are You Putting Your Dreams On Hold?

Back in 1998, I quit my job to become a full-time freelance writer/copywriter.

At the time, there were no coaching, masterminding or mentoring programs that taught you how to set up and run a successful business (or, if there were, I didn’t know about them as the Internet was still in its infancy) so I went to the Small Business Association (SBA) and got myself a counselor.

By Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW)


How a Blog Editorial Calendar Will Revolutionize Your Business in 2016

Is your blog working for your business?

By that I mean, are you generating the traffic you want? Are your posts turning readers into buyers?

Is the amount of time you spend writing your content converting into dollars in your pocket?

By Krista Martin


Inspiration is Unpredictable – How to Keep the Ideas Flowing

It’s true! Most entrepreneurs somewhat dread writing their newsletters. The process of continuously coming up with ideas can be a daunting task to do week after week.

You sit down to start writing and you just stare at the empty page. Before you know it, hunger strikes. Then you notice that the laundry needs to be done. Now it’s an hour later and you still haven’t written your article.

By Monica Shah


Why the Road To Perfection May Run Through Imperfection (A True Story)

This post is dedicated to all of you who want your “gift” to be perfect before releasing it to the world. I’m talking about those books and info-products and any other projects that aren’t quite ready and need “another round of edits” before they’ll be “perfect” and ready for the world.

By Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW)


Don’t Sweat It – Get An Editor

Its commen for alot of people to make mistakes, when spelling certain words.

Lot’s of people also have problems with to many typo’s.

By Sophie Zollmann


Stuck on What to Post About? Your Creative Guide to Intelligent Posting

I don’t know about you, but some days I struggle with finding creative, interesting topics to post about on social media. So many platforms yet so little time. So little time in a busy entrepreneur’s life to make an impact let alone to actually decide what you want to talk about that day (or multiple times that day in the case of Twitter).

By Karen Yankovich


Creativity Jolt – Ditch the Booze

What?!?! Did you really read what you just read???

Yep, I’m advocating taking a break from your glass of wine, beer or cocktail and see what happens with your creativity.

By Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW)


The Writing Life — Take the Pressure Off and Just Create

I’ve been feeling the call to start another novel.

This is on top of working on my next nonfiction book, blogging several times a week, and let’s not forget copy-writing for clients and my own biz.

By Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW)

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