Tools for Tuesday: The Best of… Nov 2010

Tools for Tuesday keeps rolling along. Today’s theme is sharing is caring. And since this is the last day in November, I thought I’d share some of the top 10 best articles of Nov 2010 recently posted on writer Carol Tice’s website http://www.makealivingwriting.com/  For the full post, please visit 23518 Commentshttp%3A%2F%2Fwww.makealivingwriting.com%2F2010%2F11%2F24%2F10-articles-writers-%25e2%2580%2594-november-2010%2F10+Best+Articles+for+Writers+%E2%80%94+November+20102010-11-24+10%3A00%3A00Carol+Ticehttp%3A%2F%2Fwww.makealivingwriting.com%2F%3Fp%3D235.

The site is quite good, lots of helpful hints to us scribblers. I especially enjoyed a recent one entitled “What Freelance Writers Can Learn from Sarah Palin.” Leave your Ronald Reagan boxers and Clinton cigar cutters at the door. No matter your political leanings, the 4-eyed Alaskan fox does know how to work a room, and her brand.

 

  1. How to Plan a Successful Blog – A Step-by-Step Guide – by Annabel Candy on The Daily Brainstorm
  2. 13 Tips for Beginning Bloggers (which I learned the hard way) by Gretchen Rubin on ProBlogger
  3. 10 Typical Questions From Writers (that are really just fear in disguise) – by Emma Newman on Write for Your Life
  4. 7 Ways to Improve Your Writing — Right Now – by James Chartrand on Copyblogger
  5. Top 5 Query Mistakes Freelancers Make – by Linda Formichelli on Renegade Writer
  6. Why People Should Stop Updating Their Blogs – by Jered Slusher, on Virgin Blogger Notes

The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step,

Rest easy tonight my friends, but stay hungry tomorrow… 

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One Response

  1. Hi Mark –

    Thanks for the link love…but it’s not cool to reprint my entire post on your blog. A paragraph or two is considered fair use…the above we call copyright infringement. Appreciate your re-coding that.

    Thanks for being a Make a Living Writing reader!

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