Freelance writing is a weird profession. It has no diploma or master you can attain in order to call yourself a writer. It’s much like an art, as a painter or sculptor, but it has no academia that can teach you to be a freelance writer.
Professional copywriters, and freelance writers in general, have many opinions about the “best” tools to use for writing. Some swear by Word, others can’t live without Grammarly, others will never manage to write anything without checking the thesaurus every phrase (I’ve been there…).
There's a lot of confusion on what ghostwriting is and how it differs from copywriting. Or whether the two terms can be used interchangeably. In this article a concise list of the differences of the two roles and when to use one instead of the other.
How to tell a taste? A smell? A mouthfeel? How do you communicate what your taste buds are telling you to a person that is not with you, not even in your country or even on the same continent as you?
I struggled a lot on deciding a name for this website and a sort of nickname for my career as a content writer (creator, as I prefer but more on this later).
Is there anybody out there that doesn’t love food?
No, I guess not. Me neither. So it was a pretty obvious choice to start writing about something I love as well.