Monday, March 30, 2015

The Top Five: Best Writing-Related Articles from March 23-27

5. "15 Reports About Digital Magazine Publishing You Should Bookmark" on Mequoda.com (Ed Coburn)

Link: http://bit.ly/1MksfnR

What do you know about the digital magazine publishing industry? Just the basics? Nothing at all? How about what people are liking (or not) about digital magazines? Check out this list of reports to find out more!

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4. "How to Work on a Big Project: Set Habits First, Then Time-Box" on The Self Leader

Link: http://bit.ly/1NrSSlL

You've heard how an ant eats an elephant ... one bite at a time. Tackling a huge project, whether writing or freelancing or blogging or anything else, is no different. Here's a quick breakdown of the process into three simple, easy-to-follow steps.

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3. "Is a Part-Time Job the New 9-5?" on Levo League

Link: http://bit.ly/1ONHd4d

Your parents and grandparents worked from nine in the morning to five o'clock at night. That was a typical work schedule ... eight hours a day, five days a week, made a forty-hour, full-time job. Nowadays, the part-time job is gaining ground far more quickly. Is it the new "full-time"? Your thoughts?

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2. "10 Punctuation Essentials for Every Writer" on PR Daily (Maeve Maddox)

Link: http://bit.ly/1EmcyIp

This post features excellent writing reminders for everyone, from fiction authors to poets (unless you prefer your punctuation like e e cummings) to freelancers and bloggers to business personnel. Every industry requires writing. Find out how to punctuate nonessential information, direct quotations, noun clauses, and more.

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1. "14 Surprising Ways to Boost Creativity" on Daily Good (Ed Decker)

Link: http://bit.ly/1LS1jvm

So much to write. So much content to create. So little time and, sometimes, inspiration. Here's an excellent take on fourteen ways (you might not have considered before) to get creativity flowing.

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And that's the lineup for last week. What are your thoughts? Let me know!

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