#WriteMotivation – She’s Still in This

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This is proof that I have done something this month. Look. I went to the library to pick up books for my WIP. This is effort, my friends. 😉

 

I know I haven’t been the best #WriteMotivation participant of late. 

But, there is a reason.  I promise.  And I will tell you all about it later this week. 

Until then, here’s what I’ve been up to:

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A Review of Content Rules by Ann Handley & C.C. Chapman

This book has reshaped the way that I think about blogging, SEO, and content generation.

Not only is the material easy to understand, but it is accompanied by practical examples and the information is helpful and informative.

I’ve read plenty of books and blog posts about blogging.  None of them compare to this book.

I feel like I may be complimenting it too much, so let me add that I’m in no way affiliated with this book or the authors.  I will get zilch if you buy this book.  I am only sharing something that I honestly believe to be helpful.

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#WriteMotivation – Goals for March

Is it March already? 

Wow.  Like, wow.

Ever since getting my new job, it seems like my time is vanishing.  I start reviewing papers, and suddenly it’s time for bed.  It is such a strange feeling.  Don’t get me wrong.  I love my job.  I’m still adjusting, though.  I’m hoping March will be better on the time-management front. 

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How to Treat Your Critique Partner: 5 Simple Guidelines that Will Dramatically Change Your Relationship

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Image courtesy of bandrat / FreeDigitalPhotos.net

It happens to all of us.

You have finally finished writing something.  You put your life-blood into it.  It is your baby.  Your precious baby.

Only, it isn’t so precious.  Once you start looking at it analytically, you realize that it needs more work.  And the longer you look, the more work you think it needs.  Suddenly, that precious baby is this ugly monster that you’re responsible for.

Don’t fret, Dr. Frankenstein, I’m here to help.

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