Feminine Wiles: Creative Techniques for Writing Women's Feature Stories that Sell

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Quill Driver Books, 1998 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 184 pages
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This is the first book to specifically address how to write feature articles for women. It appeals to both active writers and journalists and those who are just beginning.
 

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Contents

The Little BloCK DreSS
105
Redders Digests Secret Formulo
115
I is NOt C FOUrLetter Word 19
125
My Unlicensed Shrink
135
FCCt CheckerS
147
EntiCing Entitling
153
HeOr Ye HeOr Yel
169
FOCus
175
IntimCCY
183
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

\Donna Elizabeth Boetig is a freelance writer specializing in women's stories. Her articles appear regularly in major publications such as Reader's Digest, McCall's, Woman's Day, Family Circle and The Saturday Evening Post. She is a contributor to several books on writing. A former newspaper reporter, Boetig earned her graduate degree in writing from Johns Hopkins University. She teaches writing workshops throughout the United States and Canada.

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