Writers’ Roundup: December 10

December 10, 2010

Helpful slash awesome links from this week:

  • Problogger offers 9 practical ways to attract an audience to your new social media account. If you have a blog, make sure you’re hitting each and every one of these suggestions.
  • Chris Guillebeau brings us big-picture ideas we should always be thinking about, whether we’re writing a book, building a blog or creating a business. I also loved this post from Chris about not waiting for a near brush with death to think about what really matters.
  • I could totally relate to this piece by Lisa Romeo about the positives and negatives of working from home. Anyone else?
  • Seth Godin writes about cliches. He’s not referring to writing specifically, but this is a great way to think about cliches in your writing.

Happy weekend!

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    One Reply to “Writers’ Roundup: December 10”

    • Andrea James says:

      Lexi, this are great links. Having a great time going through all of them.

      After at first resisting getting sucked into the Reuters slide show, I got totally sucked in. Wow. And then — I came across the severed head photo. UGH! I gagged.

      What I love about the slideshow is that it captures the beauty and ugliness of the world. There’s a mother and her daughter in New York’s Easter bonnet parade, and then, a severed head, a man being gored by a bull – life, death, love. Wow.

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