Writer Beware . . .
For Your Information
A Writer Beware Retrospective – By Victoria Strauss – Writer Beware – http://goo.gl/kcyGO – most notable posts and warnings from 2011.
Yes, blog comments are still worth the effort – By Mathew Ingram – Gigaom – http://goo.gl/PNxI8
How to Catch More Life in Your Writing – By Joe Bunting – The Write Practice – http://goo.gl/GnzIa
James Franco Sells His First Novel to Amazon Publishing – By Emily Witt – New York Observer – http://goo.gl/wUfCj
15 Copywriting and Content Marketing Blogs that Will Make You More Money – By Sonai Simone – Copyblogger – http://goo.gl/R4N1z
9 editing tactics to supercharge your selling copy – By Dean Rieck – Direct Creative Blog – http://goo.gl/w4ubU
Reading isn’t dead, but it’s changing – By Seth Godin – The Domino Project – http://goo.gl/9eah8
The Secret Weapon Of Every Great Storyteller – By Ghostwriter Dad – http://goo.gl/ofk9q
How to master the peculiarly English art of the polite command – By Good Copy, Bad Copy – http://goo.gl/wUjJ7
12 Ways To Get More Twitter Followers – By Michael Hyatt – http://goo.gl/pC4Ku
Quote(s) of the Day
“You sit down and you do writing, and you do it, and you do it, until you have learned to do it.” – Ursula K. LeGuin
Potomac Review Poetry Contest – up to three submissions – Deadline Feb 2, 2012 – http://goo.gl/CGkkA
Faces of Tomorrow is a non-profit organization based out of Davis, CA. Their mission is to provide medical and surgical services to children with facial deformities around the world.
Gwapa, meaning beautiful in Visayan, is a documentary that follows a poor Filipino family’s struggle for a healthy future and a mother’s remarkable journey to help her three kids with facial deformities.