I've desperately been trying to think of how to redesign my personal web site and came across this helpful site. The Web Style Guide lays out the whole process, giving you tips on design, editorial style, and graphics. Now if I can find a web site on overcoming procrastinating tendencies...
I've seen this lead pop up a few times over the past week, and I have to say it's a tempting offer. Not for the money, but just because of the subject. Gosh, I wonder if they'll accept a random story about my daily commute... Window Seat Press is looking for off-beat, funny, inspirational or
On some days, like today, I waste half my time browsing for market leads, interesting writing opportunities, and advice. Some sites are a big waste of time, while others always have me coming back for more. My list of bookmarks is all over the place, which is why I'm going to list my fave sites
I've got one of those nasty summer colds right now, so my head isn't quite right today. So it seemed like a good day to browse the net - also the BootsNall Boards - to see what was going on. I come back to the topic of travel writing, in general, and writing "on spec,"
I have been absolutely riveted by Richard Bangs story on his Tour of Libya for Slate.com. As much as I may like to fancy myself a travel writer, I've certainly got a lot to learn from Bangs and others who occasionally write engaging pieces. Last year, I tried querying Tom Swick of the South Florida