The Writings of Wendy Van Camp
Happy Monday everyone! I’ve gathered up some interesting links for all the intrepid writer’s following along here on No Wasted Ink. These are from my weekend readings. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did.
Take note, paper
5 Lessons in Creativity from the Return of Ze Frank
7 Lessons I learned from Increasing My Search Engine Traffic by 200% in 6 Months
Think Proofreading Isn’t Important? Think Again…
Combining Print And Web
What Should You Do With Your Lurkers?
Freelance Writing Advice for College Grads
60 Synonyms for “Walk”
Death to Microsoft Word
Hi, Wendy! I’m glad you found my lurker post worth sharing. I think we tend to forget about that silent audience, but there’s something to be said for them, too.
I agree, Shakirah. I found your views on the subject to be interesting and I think that my readers here will as well. Thanks for stopping by and leaving me a comment.
Thanks for including me in your list!
My pleasure, Gwen. I always enjoy your blog and am looking forward to your new book on Scrivener that is coming out soon. Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment. It is much appreciated.
I like taking notes on my blackberry. It’s the only device/telephone that I actually feel attached to.
Do you use a keyboard with it when you do that? I also have a blackberry, but I don’t take notes on it. The screen is small and it takes awhile for me to type something in. Or are you the Speedy Gonzales of thumb texting typists?
Thanks for the links! I really enjoyed the 60 Synonyms for “Walk” and engaging lurkers…
I’ve been collecting action verbs lately and that is why this article caught my eye. It’s a great list! I’m glad you enjoyed it too, Yawatta.
Lots of great information in your post Wendy! Thank you for sharing them.
It is my pleasure, Tamela. Thank you for stopping by my writer’s blog.
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