Bethany of...20 hours ago
I was so bummed that it was too windy for us to leave the car when we went to see the Fort Steven's shipwreck in February. We had a great time anyways and will just have to go back!
Mi Muba9 hours ago
It is really important to keep innovating your marketing strategy to face the changing requirements of time.
Story telling is a wonderful idea and does work in a crowd of stereotyped contents.
Jamie Highland14 hours ago
Good stuff, Mike - a lot of businesses take that approach of sharing impersonal content, but many of the most successful content marketers take a more personal approach.
Writing For SEO17 hours ago
There's some great stuff there that I'll certainly be trying out. Thanks!
John Boyle1 day ago
Being a very visual person I dig this a lot. Nice job!
Robin Strohmaier1 day ago
Excellent article, Rebecca, as always! I love your suggestions for time management. I have seen RescueTime, but never used it. I have felt the sting of the Facebook rabbit hole :)
Caleb Pirtle III1 day ago
David, I think critics fall into two categories. The first is made up of people who have never written a book. The second is comprised of people who are jealous of the book you've written.
David L Atkinson1 day ago
The fact of negative criticism is something that occurs in many different forms of employment but having a book slated is like someone twisting a knife deep into my soul.
Starr Sackstein2 hours ago
I love this post, Kenna and the book. I remember reading it and feeling so many different thing as a writer, but I found her honesty breathtaking. Great for working with students. Love King's On Writing too, but I like the style of Lamott's better
Randy Hilarski3 hours ago
Mr. Harasewych thank you for your opinion, but I know plenty of small business owners who are using it just fine. I believe in a free market, if the designers can't compete that is their fault, not the free market. SO you know how I feel about your advice. Feel free to crowd source your design folks.
David W Wilkin7 hours ago
Years since their battles with the Trolls, even on foreign soil, the warriors of the Valley Kingdom of Torahn need something to keep their edge honed. The economy too is beginning to fray a little without the great wars to support. The Leaders hit upon the idea of searching for a path to reach the east side of the continent. The Elves swear that at one time their writings tell of such, the Dwarves swear such a pass across Teantellen is legendary.
Teantellen though is filled with races man has never gotten along with well. Goblins, Dark Elves, Trolls, Giants and Dragons. It has been years since the mountain tops exploded, and perhaps that has changed things enough that a way can be found to link the western lands with the eastern lands and increase trade, and prosperity for all.
Even should they fail in their quest, as the history of man has shown to this point in time, the attempt will do much to spur the economy. Tens of thousands of gold will be spent by the Council of Twenty-One to pay for such an expedition. Gold that those who are not so scrupulous might choose to pocket as they tried in the Troll Wars.
With such shenanigans taking place again, are the hopes of the previous generation, the leaders from the Troll Wars now in retirement, ready to be achieved? Is it time for Torahn, called the Valley Kingdom, but the only Kingdom without a King, to have a King once more?
Manon Leroux8 hours ago
What a great post Katia and I can so relate, this illusion of being connected meanwhile nothing replaces in real life interactions. Thank you for posting a great reminder to not take the short cut route to building relationships.