In the mid 90s, there was a big self publishing trend…with comic books. In the early 90s, I wrote comics for independent publishers who, just because they self published, found a certain degree of success. The companies I worked with, no matter what level of promotion, always seemed to break even…or make a profit. When […]
Archives for March 2011
Dyslexic Writers Unite!
Yes, I had to triple check the headline to be sure I didn’t pull the old “untie” gag. Paul Lamb recently shared this post about being a dyslexic writer. I’ve corresponded with CMStewart about her problems with numbers. I’ve met many dyslexic writers, and even more dyslexic creative people doing cool things. “You Can Fix […]
Monday Motivation – Moving Forward (With Writing)
Three weeks ago — after being laid off twice in less than a year and a run at freelance technical writing and editing — I’ve returned to a day job. (Writing procedures for a large finance company.) Looking back on the past year and then some, I’m proud of what I accomplished as a writer. […]
The Benefits of Sequential Content (Preview)
This Saturday, March 26, I’m giving a presentation at the Art Institute in Dallas about how you can use sequential content to keep people coming back to all you’re doing online (and how to use WordPress to manage your sequential content). If you aren’t already a member of the Dallas/Fort Worth WordPress Meetup group, go […]