It’s been a while since I had a Linkgasm! Today’s is concerned with the business side of writing.
io9 on “5 Ways The Google Book Settlement Will Change The Future of Reading.”
Kristine Kathryn Rusch, who’s written in a range of genres, has created an in-depth Freelancer’s Survival Guide that all writers, full-time or not, ought to visit and browse.
Courtney Milan, romance author, crafted a program to generate bookstore links for a range of online vendors.
Looking for new ways to publicize your blog posts? Why not participate in a Blog Carnival?
Associated Content allows you to: “create original content (articles, videos, images or audio) on any topic you choose…earn money every time your content is viewed…establish your expertise by applying to our Featured Contributor program.” A friend of mine has been writing restaurant and concert reviews for AC for a little over a month, and recommended the site to me.
Finally, just in case you’ve never tried Icerocket, it’s a useful search engine for blogs and for Twitter, sometimes catching items that Google does not.
Thanks Victoria. I'd never heard of a linkgasm. Thank you for increasing my vocab. It's seems fitting that you should introduce me to new and exciting words.
Thanks for sharing this. I love collecting cool writing sites and information. ~adds to list~
Sometimes it takes me a while to read through them all.