Weekly Links: Writer-pa-looza

Weekly Links: Writer-pa-looza

Weekly Links: Writer-pa-looza

Weekly Links This week is a holiday week, and I am very busy with family and food. That is a very nice change for me from the daily doldrums. I hope you have a lovely Thanksgiving and remember to spend time sitting in nature, meditating on your blessings this week. I chose from a variety of sites this week, and tried to include everything I thought might be applicable to a writer of all stages.  From a Twitter friend, @RicardoFayet here is a link : Writing in Third Person vs Omniscient vs- third person limited https://blog.reedsy.com/third-person-omniscient-vs-limited and thanks so much Ricardo

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Give information–get cash

Give information–get cash

Are you a hungry surfer after information? Everyone needs information. This is why we Google stuff, follow news stories, read self-help books, watch Youtube videos, etc. Equally, if we give practical instruction online, it can be one of the best and easiest ways to make money on the Internet. Everybody seeks knowledge, so if you can hand it over, you can make bank. Have you ever considered how long you are online? Do you spend any of that time digging up answers to questions, or looking for help on certain subjects? Yeah, me too. A LOT of my online time

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Review of Kim Smith, Author goals for 2015

Review of Kim Smith, Author goals for 2015

It’s that time of year again when we need to go back over what we have accomplished and to begin planning our new year ahead. I had a lot of goals for 2015, realized and unrealized. Only because experts say you will be more successful if you put down goals in a concrete form. I didn’t do that, but this new year I will. If you are only just now getting to the point of saying you need to make a few goals, here is a helpful link on goal-setting. So how did 2015 go?   Rewrite/edit Shannon Wallace mystery

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What is the best newer app for writers?

What is the best newer app for writers?

Well, I keep hearing about new and newer apps for writers. I downloaded Teamviz the other day and I loved it – it is a sort of productivity app – designed to get you on your task list and to keep you there. It works too. If you want to check it out go to … http://www.teamviz.com But there is another app that is gaining in popularity. It’s called Periscope. I am an utter newbie, but I did find a Twitter friend who seemed quite knowledgeable about it and so I am posting up a link to her site, and

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