Do's and Don'ts of Travel Writing
by Jennifer Stewart

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As the baby boomers hit retirement, the travel industry is set to explode. Why not take advantage of this interest by writing about your travels? Here are some of the things to avoid in travel writing and some of the things to include.

Don't:

Do:

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Bylines from Near and Far - Myrna Oakley
http://www.writing-world.com/travel/oakley.shtml

Travel that Pays - Kayleen Reusser
http://www.writing-world.com/travel/reusser.shtml

The Untraveled Travel Writer - Isabel Viana
http://www.writing-world.com/travel/viana.shtml

Writing Opportunities on the Road - Susan Miles
http://www.writing-world.com/travel/miles.shtml

Copyright © 2000 Jennifer Stewart
This article may not be reprinted without the author's written permission.


Jennifer Stewart left a 20-year teaching career to write a series of home-based writing courses. As a freelance writer, she has written articles for e-zines and the print media, prepared award submissions for business clients, copywritten and proofread nonfiction, edited webpages and e-books, written press releases; and more. Her articles have appeared in such e-zines as Internet Day, AddMe, Leading Edge, Smartage, Website Weekly, Webmaster's Digest, Virtual Promote ezine, Digital Women, and Whispers. Stewart has her own web-based writing business at: http://www.write101.com.

 

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