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How to Create an Editorial Calendar for Your Blog (4 min read)

Ever sat down in front of a blank screen and thought, “What am I going to write about today…?” Well an editorial calendar is just what that’s for! 488 more words

Millionaire's Digest

Old Guys & Hostessing

Just a brief touch on things since I just got home from work and I feel like a walking greaseball. It happens when you’re a hostess at a small diner that does a fish fry every Friday night and the air is just rife with oil that sticks to everything. 681 more words

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EDITING 101: 56 - 'Shoulda Woulda Coulda'...

Originally posted as the Dun Writin’—Now Whut? series on this blog, EDITING 101 is a weekly refresher series for some of you and brand new for others. 1,048 more words

Informative

Reviews, II

Welcome to ‘Reviews’, the segment where I review stories I’ve read recently with varying degrees of detail and inanity. Read on to see what I’ve been enjoying and upon which writer the most illustrious and highly coveted 🏆 emoji for ‘The Best Damn Thing I Damn Did Read’ has been bestowed. 1,230 more words

A Cover Reveal & a Word About Representation

I’ve shared this cover on Facebook and Twitter the other day, but I was saving putting it up on my blog until I had a few minutes to talk about the book and representation. 437 more words

Novels

How to Blog and Get Paid (3 min read)

1. Promote an affiliate product on your site

Joining another company’s affiliate program is one of the simplest ways to get started with internet advertising. While affiliate links aren’t technically ads, they allow you to make money by promoting someone else’s product. 837 more words

Millionaire's Digest

Judas

Amos Oz’s “Judas” was on the Man Booker Prize Long-List, but did not get selected for the Short List. The premise of the novel is that Judas was not a betrayer of Christ, but his most fervent  believer and promoter. 321 more words

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