"Required reading" for today's smart writer.

"Required reading" for today's smart writer.
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Monday, September 5, 2016

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RECOMMENDED READS

ARE REMOTE WORKERS MORE PRODUCTIVE?
 
 
10 ESSENTIAL TOOLS YOU NEED TO MAKE MONEY ONLINE
 
LITTLE KNOWN WEBSITES TO FIND FREELANCE WORK
 

6 TIPS TO FINDING WRITING JOBS
 





RESOURCES

THE MORNING NUDGE
--Daily inspiration for your aspirations

http://www.morningnudge.com/
 
GRAMMAR CHECKER
http://www.grammarcheck.me/


COURSES


COFFEEHOUSEFORWRITERS.COM
Hone your craft and increase your cash!
Provides monthly, quality online classes for writers of all levels and genres.
Classes range from 2-day workshops to four-week classes. Learn at your pace, in your space.
Be sure to check out my popular course, “Don’t Query, Be Happy!” if you’d like to make more and pitch less. 
 
CALLS FOR SUBMISSIONS
Dangerous Women Project
 http://dangerouswomenproject.org/about/submissions/
Chicken Soup for the Soul (Various titles)
http://www.chickensoup.com/
 

REVIEW

TEA ANYONE?

20, 000 Secrets of Tea---By Victoria Zak

If you love tea, (like most writers do) you’ll love this great guide on the many ways that tea is not only pleasing to the palate, but contains healing and restorative properties to fight colds, lose weight, lower cholesterol and banish fatigue.

Here are a few “secrets” I found interesting, according to the book.
  • Chamomile in your bath water does wonders to relax the body and improve the skin.
  • Rosemary Tea on the scalp can help to promote hair growth.
  • Peppermint Tea eases pain.




Zak also includes advice on creating your own unique tea blends in this “delicious“ title.
I give it **** stars. You can order it @ Amazon.com













That concludes this month's edition.
Enjoy your holiday. And if you enjoyed this post, I'd love to know. Leave a comment. :-)




 

8 comments:

  1. Jennifer: I found the articles informative. I like what you have done with the Coffeehouse. Bless you in your work.

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    1. Thanks so much, Celeste. My work is a "blessing." :-)

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  2. Wow! This post is a GIFT to writers
    Thank you for all you do.

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    1. Lin,

      ...And you are a gift to me. Muchas Gracias! :-)

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  3. Thanks so much for the notes and links. Must check them out. Appreciate your time and effort!

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  4. Chiming in later here, but sure glad to see all these links! I must plumb the depths. Thank you, Jennifer!

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    1. Muchas gracias, Sue! "Better late than never." :-)

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