Kansas City, MO (PressExposure) February 09, 2012 -- CONTACT: Suzanne Lieurance
For Immediate Release
Madonna at the Super Bowl - Your Inspiration to Write! by Suzanne Lieurance
Don't let negative criticism paralyze you in your freelance writing career. No matter what career path you are on, rejection and negative criticism are part of the game. What you choose to do with it will set you apart from your colleagues.
The Working Writer's Club is a professional club for freelance writers, authors, coaches, and speakers providing training, resources, and networking opportunities for its members. The Working Writer's Club is pleased to share with you Suzanne Lieurance's latest article entitled, "Madonna at the Super Bowl - Your Inspiration to Write!"
"This past Sunday you may have seen Madonna perform at the Super Bowl. More than 111 MILLION people tuned in for this televised game and were able to scrutinize Madonna's every move during the halftime show. Diehard Madonna fans loved her performance. Others hated it. Among the haters was Piers Morgan. He called Madonna "the Queen of Lip-synching" on Chelsea Lately the other evening, and he had nothing nice to say about Madonna or her performance (but then he openly admitted he doesn't like Madonna and she doesn't like him).
Randall Roberts of The Los Angeles Times called Madonna's show a..."
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About Suzanne Lieurance:
Suzanne Lieurance is a children's writer with (at last count) 23 published books for children. She was also an instructor with the Institute of Children's Literature (located in West Redding, Connecticut) for over 8 years. As The Working Writer's Coach, Lieurance helps people who love to write become "working" freelance writers and make a living doing what they love to do best.
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