Daily Archives: December 11, 2017
End of Year Tech for Writers: 13 Ways to Update Your Online Presence
Thank you for some great ideas
This week, I’ll post my updated suggestions for three holiday activities that will get your computers and technology ready for the blitz of writing you’ll swear to accomplish in New Year resolutions. Here’s what you’ll get (the links won’t be active until the post goes live):
Today: Update Your Online Presence
For most writers I know, life zooms by, filled with research, writing, editing, critique groups, reading, promotions (of our books), people watching (to build characters), and thinking. There are few breaks to update/fix/maintain the tech tools that allow us to pursue our trade.
But, that must happen or they deteriorate and no longer accomplish what we need. Cussing them out does no good. Buying new systems takes a long time and doesn’t fix the problem that the old one wasn’t kept up. If they aren’t taken care…
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Ghosts: The Hand on the Bureau
Readers, check out this story of a disembodied hand! From Anomalies.
For more spirits (ghosts make great gifts!) please see https://www.amazon.com/Jan-Olandese/e/B071FK9L75
Something About Being Cynical
I’m rarely a cynical person, I try to be positive in many things. However the climate we live in is making us all suspicious and stopping to ask hard questions. We see bad things happening all the time and we have become jaded and see the world for what it’s becoming instead of what it can be. My hope for the future is a return to idealism and dreams without the doubts and negative space.
The carving knife has been sharpened on the whetstone
And the steaming bird, fresh from the oven, rested on the sideboard, waiting to be carved for the feast of giving thanks.