Personal writing narrative guide

Christmas Comes Early: FREE Personal Writing Magic Guide

The eagerly awaited free Personal Writing Magic guide is finally up for grabs.

Based on the popular Personal Writing Magic series it will give you tips on how to incorporate personal writing into your travel writing, your blog writing or your business writing. Whatever type of writing you do adding personal stories will bring it to life and make it more powerful.

Why should you care about personal writing?

Because personal writing resonates with readers and makes them enjoy your writing and want to work with you more than any other form of writing.

How do I know? Because for 1o years I could never get a web design or copy writing job unless I met a client face to face.

Then I started blogging and not about business or web marketing either. I was sharing travel stories or personal stories about why I like the smell of chicken poop (see no. 3 here), what a dork I am or how I got robbed and stranded at the beach while wearing only a bikini a few sizes to small.

I could go on but you’ve probably heard enough. You’re either intrigued or you’re off to look for a sane blog to read.

Still here? Excellent. Through blogging I accidentally found that telling these embarrassing, ludicrous and nutty tales was piquing people’s interest. Suddenly I had people contacting me not just from all around Australia, but from all over the world.

Go figure. It turned out that people are much more interested in my personal story and experiences than they are in my qualifications (I have plenty!) or my work experience – 16 years in web marketing. See, you were starting to doze off weren’t you? 

Other benefits of personal writing

Apart from helping you make better business connections and build stronger relationships, personal writing will help you:

  • improve yourself and gain confidence;
  • better your writing skills;
  • have more fun with your writing.

That’s why I’d love you to give personal writing a go.

Free Download, No Questions Asked

Interested in learning more about personal writing?

Then download the Personal Writing Magic ebooklet, enjoy it and get writing.

The Personal Writing Magic Ebooklet will help you:

  • Practice your personal writing;
  • Hone your personal writing skills;
  • Come up with personal writing ideas.

It includes personal writing activities so you can actually start writing.

Get Personal Writing Magic now.

Sharing is Caring

If you like the free Personal Writing Magic guide please share it.

Just tell all your writing, blogging and creative friends about the Personal Writing Magic guide. You’re welcome to email them the PDF file, send them the link or link to the ebook directly from your blog.

It’s yours to do what you want with it. All I really want is to see more people get as much joy and as many rewards from their personal writing as I have.

Thank you so much. I really appreciate that and I appreciate YOU. I can’t wait to read your personal stories.

Happy reading and writing!

x Annabel

PS. Into Blogging? Here’s another Christmas bonus

This month only you can get my Successful Blogging in 12 Simple Steps ebook or audiobook at 35% off. Just use the discount code “35off” at the check out.

It’s the perfect way to kickstart a new blog, reboot a floundering blog or gift to those creative friends who’d like to get into blogging but don’t know where to start.

But don’t just take my word for it. Check out the full contents and rave reviews here and remember to use the “35off” discount code at the check out.

 

 

Author: Annabel Candy

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Barbara December 2, 2011 at 12:41 pm

You made me laugh! I couldn’t agree more about how important it is to ‘tell your personal story’. The more I tell the better my blog does. I will definitely share this.
Thanks Annabel!
b

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Annabel Candy December 2, 2011 at 12:44 pm

Hi Barbara,

Yay! Thank you. I love reading your personal stories. Might enjoy one now while I have my lunch:)

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June December 3, 2011 at 2:30 am

Thanks for this article and for the ‘Personal Magic Writing’ PDF book. It’s very kind of you to give it to us for free. I appreciate it and I know that it will help me to become a better writer. I do want to share my personal story but sometimes I’m not sure how to go about it, especially incorporating it in articles for my blog.
I will share your ebook by linking it from my site.
Thanks again.
June

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Annabel Candy December 5, 2011 at 9:09 am

Hi June, love the feedback and look forward to seeing how you incorporate those personal stories:) Many thanks for linking to the book too. You’re ace:)

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Extreme John December 4, 2011 at 1:02 pm

This personal writing guide is superb! Thank you very much for sharing your wonderful ideas here and for the articles that you write. I really enjoyed reading it.

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Annabel Candy December 5, 2011 at 9:10 am

Hi Extreme John, Yay!

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Aishah Macgill December 4, 2011 at 1:52 pm

Loved your ebook Personal Writing Magic. Some great ideas. Now excuse me, I have to get blogging!

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Annabel Candy December 5, 2011 at 9:10 am

Hi Aishah, good girl:)

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Eric December 7, 2011 at 12:09 am

Awesome guide! Thanks a lot for this freebie!

Regards,
Eric

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ruth December 8, 2011 at 1:53 pm

You have so made my week! I love you man! THANK YOU a thousand times for these ebooks! I speak in public but have not had formal training. I love to give my testimony -this will make a HUGE diff! xoxoxoxoxoxoxo

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Jt Clough | Big Island Dog December 10, 2011 at 6:38 am

Mahalo!
You just solved a big problem in my own head for me. I have been struggling with writing in the “I” on my blog. Instead I’m trying to make it more like a magazine article. Somehow, I get this concept of “pillar post” stuck in my head and think I can’t write about personal stuff. Yet… I live in Hawaii, am active, and have really cool things happen to me every day. I’m recognizing reactions in others and myself more, I’m finding ways to be cultivate joy out of any situation. It’s good stuff to write about.
Found your blog through Tess. Love her too!
Aloha wags :)

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Debra Eve December 14, 2011 at 5:52 am

Very generous, Annabel! Great tips and ideas. Happy holidays to you.

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Sally Foley-Lewis December 15, 2011 at 7:44 am

I can see by adding my own personal management experiences into my writing will help bring even more clarity for new managers. This is a great resource you’ve provided … and for free, woohoo!
Thanks Annabel!

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