November 30th, 2015

Source: November 30th, 2015 The above is a link to my friend's website. He has started a great opportunity for writers. Each week he will post three short stories on his website. This is a great way to network with other writers and spread the word on works of literary art that you want to... Continue Reading →


Time is not always obtained. It seems so far out of reach. How does one obtain the time needed in a day? How do we save time?   How do we spend time without wasting it? Is time like money? Is it something that we focus on too much? If anyone has the answer to... Continue Reading →

It’s about Time: On Editorial Calendars (and Why You Might Need One)

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When it comes to building a healthy following, nothing is more important than publishing quality content regularly. Keeping a steady pace isn’t always easy, though.

Most of us have work, school, family, and friends (or any combination of the above) to juggle. Some of us even like spending a few hours (minutes?) a day away from a screen. All of which often means that blogging goes down the priority ladder. Can an editorial calendar help you navigate a hectic schedule? Here are some points to consider.

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