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Posts Tagged ‘travel writing success’

From Travel Journal to Published Travel Article

AWAI Member Ginny Ripley always keeps a detailed travel journal — and it’s a good thing, because her first published article was about a trip she took months before she wrote it. Here’s her story with details on how she regularly enjoys discounts, perks, and upgrades that afford her more luxurious, exotic trips as a travel writer.

The Best Job in the World – The Day I Knew It Was Real

The dancing yellow flames that provided a small island of light in the black jungle had all but disappeared. The only illumination left was a heaping mound of glowing coals that cast a dim, orange hue on the shadowed faces of my fellow travelers. Barely able to see each other in this open-sided gathering room, […]

Featured Publication: Alegria Living

Dear Reader, Yesterday, we heard from Ultimate Travel Writer’s Workshop attendee, Tamara O’Dell, on how she found success writing for a small, regional magazine near her home in Colorado Springs, CO. Today, for this week’s Featured Publication, I asked Tamara to give us some more details about what it takes to get published in that […]

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