How To Get The Most Out Of Ernest Hemingway Writing Tips

How To Get The Most Out Of Ernest Hemingway Writing Tips  - http://seopressor.com Avatar Posted by BenSeow under Marketing
From http://seopressor.com 1388 days ago
Made Hot by: NolanGreen on November 16, 2015 9:26 am
Understanding the meaning behind Hemingway's Iceberg Theory and how incorporating some of those tips into your writing will make you a better writer.





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Written by lyceum
1374 days ago

Ben: I am following you on Twitter now. Talk soon again! :)



Written by lyceum
1375 days ago

Ben: I do! ;) I would like to talk more about the good life with you. I am interested to learn more about the worklife in Asia and your business in Malaysia.



Written by BenSeow
1374 days ago

Martin: I'm more than happy to share some my experiences with you. Feel free to ask me anything, even about traveling to some of the places in Asia. Here is my Twitter ID: @benben_seow.



Written by lyceum
1376 days ago

Ben: I have a good gut feeling about the good life! ;) Where are you located?



Written by BenSeow
1375 days ago

Martin: I bet you're also someone who truly understand the real feeling of having a good life too!;) Anyway, I'm from Malaysia.



Written by lyceum
1377 days ago

Ben: Thanks for the information! Are you a tea drinker?



Written by BenSeow
1376 days ago

Martin: Wow, you are good! I'm impressed by your intuition. Yes, it is true. I'm more of a tea drinker than a coffee drinker. :)



Written by lyceum
1378 days ago

Could you use "Hemingway" as a standalone app? How about drinking... tea when you are writing a book on tea?! ;)



Written by BenSeow
1377 days ago

Hi Martin,

Yes, Hemingway app is a standalone app. You can actually download to your PC or Mac for $9.99. By the way, like the idea and saying of sipping a cup of tea while writing a book on tea! :)



Written by HeatherStone
1388 days ago

Hi Ben,

Re-reading is especially important. Many online copywriters today simply don't have the luxury of an editor. If there's someone you can have read over your copy, so much the better. But if not, better at the very least to have read it through more than once. Look for typos, but also make sure that it says what you want it to say.



Written by BenSeow
1378 days ago

Hi Heather,

Yes, that is very true. Re-reading indeed is one of the best ways to minimize on those typos and grammatical mistakes. Anyway, thanks for the feedback. It is very much appreciated!



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