As someone who reads tons of articles, listens to lots of podcasts and generally likes to learn, I get book recommendations all the time.Stuff like:Read this new author, their fictional take on how we’re actually zombies is so uplifting!Read this new writing guide, it’ll help you
Stuff like:Read this new author, their fictional take on how we’re actually zombies is so uplifting!Read this new writing guide, it’ll help you mindhack and simulcast a slipstream through your character development!
Read this new business book by this person on this podcast, it’ll help you optimize the way you strategize about how to monetize!
I could Amazon Prime it. I could download it from the Apple Store. I could listen to audiobooks on double speed with my Audible account (PS: I don’t have Audible account).Or I can save all of my money and do this instead….(you won’t believe it…)Go Here to find out where this place is.–> Why Don’t Any Experts Recommend This Place? — The Writing Cooperative
Just a short, quick post to remind bloggers who are interested in voting for a city to host a proposed U.S. Blogging Event (similar to the Bloggers Bash held in London earlier this year). You have …
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It is always thrilling to me when anything I’ve written is recognized on any level by the people and entities kind enough to invest their time in digesting something I’ve written, said or done. I’m humbled and elated when someone thinks enough of what I do to nominate it publicly for a formal acknowledgment.
I want to take this opportunity thank the very wonderful Lady G over at seekthebestblog for nominating The Geo Gee Experience for The Blogger’s Recognition Award.
LadyG has been an ardent supporter of my work as well as an awesome motivator and inspiration. Receiving a nomination from a writer of such esteemed talent makes this highlight of my work all the more meaningful. Continue reading “Blogger Recognition Award Acceptance Post”
I have used just about every app imaginable to facilitate my blogging posts, drafts, and research. I’ve employed countless hacks in my quest to capture and organize sources, references, and information and I keep coming back to Evernote.
Evernote is easy to use, highly customizable, and free. It does what it was designed to do better than any of its competitors – which is capture, organize, and contain information.
Continue reading “How To Use Evernote For More Productive Blogging and Writing”