5 Tips for Writing a Winning Travel Story

In this video, New York Times contributor and World Nomads scholarship mentor Tim Neville shares his expert advice for aspiring travel writers.


Thinking of applying to win the World Nomads 2020 Travel Writing Scholarship to the Caribbean? Follow these tips and you're already on your way to becoming a better storyteller.

In this video, New York Times contributor and World Nomads travel writing scholarship mentor Tim Neville shares his advice on:

  1. Working out what you want to write about
  2. Finding a unique angle and drawing from your own experiences
  3. Honing your eye for detail
  4. Refining your pacing and tone
  5. Using every word wisely.

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  • Momoh Kargbo said

    Hi sir, I want to take part in this competition. I am from Sierra Leone West Africa

  • Mahmoud said

    No comment

  • Sam Jarlwood said

    I am a first time published author and interested in travelling and telling stories. How can I benefit from your writing travel storytelling program?
    Thanks very much and hope to hear from you soon.

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