Hello friends! Thanks for checking in for this week’s roundup of links.
Here’s what I’ve got for you this week:
- Are you too busy to blog? Chris Garrett suggests ways to blog more productively.
- Fascinating read from The New York Times: The threatening scent of fertile women.
- Blogging isn’t dead, it’s just evolving, says Mathew Ingram. We now have so many more choices of how to blog.
- Jessica Lawlor explains Google Reader and how it allows her to read and comment on so many blogs. If you’re not using Google Reader yet, you should be. Huge time-saver.
- Career Break Secrets gives ebook Negotiating Your Sabbatical a solid review.
- The Online Journalism Review imagines the 21st century’s digital bookstore.
- Forbes brings us How to Quit Multitasking. What do you mean, you didn’t know you needed to quit?
- Tips from Rolf Potts on planning a travel itinerary around a budget.
- TechCrunch says, I will check my phone at dinner and you will deal with it. Agree? Disagree?
- Soon-to-be author Doug Mack offers insight into the life of the travel writer.
- And finally, literary agent Janet Reid says what needs to be said: Don’t blog about your query process! At least until it’s over. None of us wants to watch you shoot yourself in the foot.
Now that I have a nice break from my book, any time I spend on the computer this weekend will be dedicated to the blog, guest posts and Book #2. More on that down the road.
Have a good one!