February 27 interview with PZ Myers, March 3 interview with Terry Mortenson Beth Ann Erickson http://BethAnnErickson.com Introduction: Terry Mortenson from Answers in Genesis (AiG) was in Morris, Minnesota presenting Young… Read more »
I have an article on freelancer Penny Lockwood Ehrenkranz’s wonderful blog, “One Writer’s Journey.” The subject? Generating web traffic. Very cool, eh? Check it out here.
Question: Do you think it’s possible for someone to succeed in the world of copywriting? I REALLY need to get some kind of ongoing writing work going for me this… Read more »
Confession time. I hate journaling. I really do. I wish I were the kind of writer who relished in awaking in the deep dark night to pour profound thoughts onto… Read more »
Check this out. Very interesting.
Helen Gallagher at Pajama Marketing was kind enough to post my article, “Managing Deadlines.” How fun! Be sure to check it out… miss a deadline and you’ll probably lose a… Read more »
My novel number 3, TGV: Trains, Terrorists, Trust, will be officially released in two weeks. Very exciting time. To kick off the festivities, Writing Etc. is hosting its second writing… Read more »
I began my illustrious freelance career with visions of tweed coats, elbow patches, cigars, and pensive photos. My mind’s eye saw a cluttered office, checks strewn across my desk, and… Read more »
Yesterday, big day. Printer croaked, got a new one. Scanner stopped cooperating, switched computers. Then my monitor died! Had to get a new one. Some days just flow in a… Read more »
Time and money. One is finite, the other infinite. One I squander as though there’s an unlimited supply, the other I carefully monitor. Time… I work with many writers who… Read more »
Something worrisome is going on in the freelance world and up until now I’ve held my tongue, not wanting to pour gasoline on an already blazing fire. But these past… Read more »
Writing is an odd business. Imagine a career solely depending upon pouring your mental output out on paper. Never mind. If you’re reading this, you’re intimately familiar with how we… Read more »
First, I must say I rarely do this, share some of the more interesting e-mail correspondence I receive at Filbert Publishing. But this particular e-mail piqued my interest more than… Read more »
A fellow freelancer forwarded an e-mail to me. They recently hosted a teleseminar and mentioned that the economy is affecting the profession. One of the callers disagreed, writing: “I attended… Read more »
Here’s a job op with a Canadian publication you may be interested in: http://tinyurl.com/2lza2d Best of luck!
http://tinyurl.com/ltfy4 Freelance Farmers? Not sure I’m thrilled about this new label… Hmmmmm. Talk later, Beth
This just in from Kimberly Teed at HomeBizLiving. She writes: I usually don’t pass on scams … however … this is a creative twist in the PayPal password theft world…… Read more »