Successful Multi-Genre Writer: J. K. Rowling

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Those who have been reading this blog for a while know that I call B.S. on the “you won’t be successful unless you pick a niche” advice. Most people handing out this “knowledge” are actually multi-niche writers and don’t know it. They might just write blog posts, but they do it for various industries. They might just write white papers,

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Successful Multi-Genre Author: Nora Roberts

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If you’ve been around this blog for a while, you know I call BS on the “you’ll only be successful if you stick to a niche” advice. Somewhere, some time, some influential people decided that for a business to be successful, you had to have a small niche. This might work for brick and mortar businesses, but in the digital

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Why multipotentialites make great freelance writers

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Multipotentialites, scanners, polymaths, renaissance people, MultiTalented people. It’s only fitting that those with multiple interests don’t agree on a single name to call themselves. We defy categorization; we don’t have a single answer to “what do you do?” and we live for learning opportunities in various fields. Multipotentialites have great personalities to excel in a variety of fields, and in

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Successful Multi-Niche Writers: Neil Gaiman

Writing “gurus” would have you believe you’ll never be successful unless you pick one genre or niche and stick to it. If you’ve read anything on this site, you know how I feel about that advice. But there’s a catch. If you’re a writer of books and want to be traditionally published, there is some truth to picking a genre. Notice

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Successful Multi-Niche Writers: Stephen King

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Love him or hate him, Stephen King has an incredible track record for both publishing books and selling them. King has written over 80 books in his lifetime, which together have sold over 350 million copies. He writes frequently, and he writes in more than one niche. The “king” of the horror genre, even this famous author doesn’t stick to

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Featured Writer: Sarah Turner

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Featured MultiTalented Writer: Sarah Turner Whether you write for fun or for pay, it’s always great to make a connection to others with similar interests. That’s why once in a while, you’ll see a featured writer on multitalentedwriters.com. Show our featured folks some love by checking out their blogs and leaving a comment. Please note that this post may contain affiliate links.

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Featured Blogger: Mark Weber

Whether you blog for fun or for pay, it’s always great to make a connection to other bloggers and writers with similar interests. That’s why once in a while, you’ll see a featured blogger on multitalentedwriters.com. Show our featured bloggers some love by checking out their blogs and leaving a comment. Please note that this post may contain affiliate links.

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Featured Blogger: Megan Nichole of LaziMILLENIAL

Whether you blog for fun or for pay, it’s always great to make a connection to other bloggers and writers with similar interests. That’s why once in a while, you’ll see a featured blogger on multitalentedwriters.com. Show our featured bloggers some love by checking out their blogs and leaving a comment. Please note that this post may contain affiliate links.

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This Site Is Kind of Hypocritical… (not really)

Prior to starting this site, I had a prominent question in my head: isn’t this idea somewhat of an oxymoron? I love Barbara Sher and Emilie Wapnick‘s work, but in essence, they are promoting multipotentiality and multi-niching, while working in just one niche (from what I can tell).

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