Thanks, Sasha! This is excellent advice!
I also shared it my my FB page:
Sherrie Miranda’s historically based, coming of age, Adventure novel “Secrets & Lies in El Salvador” is about an American girl in war-torn El Salvador:
Her husband made a video for her novel. He wrote the song too:
P.S. Can anyone see if Pinterest is included in my “Share this” links? I can’t see my own.
I had to update my CV this week and then for one reason or another I had to create a writers CV as well. This stumped me. I mean, what does that even look like? I’d never written a CV just for my writing stuff before. What is it meant to include? Is it different from a normal CV? I gave it a bash and then decided I probably ought to do what I do best, and research. So here are the top tips I have gathered on creating your perfect writers CV.
ONE – Less is more
Like a normal CV less is more. No one needs to know you were a pot washer at 12. Just include the relevant stuff.
For a lot of writers, writingis a second job, so don’t bother including any of the stuff you do in your day to day, its just not relevant…
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