Canadian Writer Events Links from the old dmoz
Looking at Alltop, the Writing section which my site is a part of, is sad. I was so pleased and proud to be one of the sites asked to join originally. But, now that is tarnished as Alltop seems to be yet another website which has been sold and left to fall into linkrot.… Read the rest
This was originally posted to HubPages in 2012. Moved it from there because it wasn’t being read.
Content curation is all about finding great links and resources to share with others interested in your topic/ niche. The great thing is creating a resource which give credit and promotion to great sites and knowing you are getting them the readers they want.… Read the rest
I don’t know what I’m doing with my sites right now. So don’t ask me.
I have more domains than energy, time, passion and… brains. I’ve got most of them in suspended animation while I decide where I’m going next.
I’ve had an adventure with blogging, more than ten years of it, so it doesn’t seem surprising that something needs to change.… Read the rest
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EXCITING NEWS FOR WRITERS!
From Janet Matthews
Canadian Co-author of
Chicken Soup for the Canadian Soul
We need your stories for a brand new Canadian title…
Chicken Soup for the Soul
Christmas in Canada!
101 Stories about the Joy and Wonder of the Holidays, Canadian Style!
I’m very excited to let you, as writers, know about this great opportunity to get published.
50 questions to help you find your passion:
1. What is working well for you in your current life — what do you find fulfilling, meaningful, enjoyable, and important?
I still have my independence, a place to work which I have been re-creating to get rid of clutter. I find those to be enjoyable and important.… Read the rest
Daisy Yellow is an art journalist with regular posts with Creative Experiments, Kick Start your Art Journal and Art Journalling 101.
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Use familiar stuff in a new environment
This is easy. Take your show on the road. If you draw mandalas at night before bed, draw at a cafe. If you mostly shoot photos of your kids, photograph iron gates or weathered doors.
Every letter on Dead Advice begins with the same first sentence: “Now that I’m dead, I want to tell you a few things.”
Imagine, for a moment, that you have just died. If you had to look back over the arc of your life as it stands today, what stories would you tell? What lessons would you share, what things might you regret or confess?… Read the rest
I read a sensible post about things you can do while you are unemployed. It was sensible. Probably practical even. But, it did not deal with the issue of keeping your soul alive, your spirits up and your creative energy high while you go through the ups and downs of being unemployed.
Being without a job is bad enough.… Read the rest