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Do you love to write? While your high school friends groaned about going to English class every morning, you enjoyed every bit of it and absorbed all the information you could. You debated the finer points of grammar and spelling. Is it “judgement” or “judgment”? Can you split that infinitive? Is it all right to end a sentence with a preposition? Does anyone even care besides English teachers, editors, and grammar sticklers?
Well, once you got past the point of arguing the prickly details of English composition, you started to write on your own. Maybe it was an essay on some hot political issue that you just wanted to get your opinion out on. Or maybe you wrote about your favorite hobby. Let’s say you collect USB flash drives and wrote about the variety of colors and styles and customization available.
You submitted article after article to magazines, sometimes hearing nothing for months, sometimes receiving a rejection letter. But you didn’t give up. You kept writing and rewriting, submitting and waiting, until one day another letter arrived from a magazine publisher. You almost didn’t want to open it for fear it would be another rejection letter. Yet something told you differently. With a trembling hand, you slit the letter open, pulled out the folded letter within, unfolded it and read that your article had been accepted and would be printed in the next issue.
OK, maybe that story was a bit over dramatic. But thousands of aspiring writers try to break into the market every year. It’s hard to compete and get published, especially for the first time. What can a wannabe writer do to set himself a notch above all the others crowding for a space in the publishing world?
First of all, he needs to make sure that any materials he submits are in the proper format and appear flashy and professional. He should pick the best of his writing to give as a sample. Books on publishing describe the proper formats to use in submitting a query or a manuscript.
Before submitting anything for publication, a writer should review his writing, collect the best pieces he has written, and put together a portfolio of his work. Many publications accept electronic submissions through e-mail. But why not be original? What about buying bulk flash drives with the portfolio of writing preloaded on and the writer’s name and address printed on the drive? He could send these to publishers to review his work in a handy format—it’s simple to just plug the drive into a computer and review the files.
CF Gear is a company dedicated to making custom USB flash drives suited to a specific user’s needs. They’ll work with each customer to produce the drives the way he wants them—the style, the color, the data pre-loaded, the printing of text and/or a logo.
Yes, the coming of the digital age has revolutionized how writers can promote their works. The printed page exists first in an electronic format. But it’s smart to keep up with the times, and use technology to your advantage.
So if you’re looking for bulk flash drives for sale and you’re a creative writer scheming up your next possible book launch, storm the publishers’ desks with snazzy flash drives. Don’t miss that first chance for a best impression.