Hey all, happy Monday.
If your freelance life goes anything like mine, you may field graphics requests and issues from clients, and find yourself not writing more often than you'd like. Graphics is just part of the game these days, whether I like it or not.
Lately, I've been a user of BigStockPhotos.com for stock art work. I had an issue with them over the weekend, and was just on chat with their customer service person. Well, he gave me fast, friendly, easy service, and gave me the exact solution to my problem I wanted. I'm a big fan now and want to highly recommend them to you.
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I don't know what it is about writers, but I've noticed that a good many of us are downright passionate about our respective causes. You can combine your talent with your passion by writing for the greater good. Here's how.
Interested? Be sure to check out my upcoming online class on Writing for Social Justice.
Just wanted to welcome my new guest contributor, Valarie King. King's biography can be found here. She kindly contributed a book review of "Web Copy That Sells" by Maria Veloso.
Good morning and happy Monday reader-writers!
Just a heads up that my online course "Writing for Social Justice" is closing in a couple days. I'd love to have you join us!
My lessons are concrete, simple and fun. I like to work directly with my students and provide them support and personal feedback. I deliver the bulk of the lesson via text of some sort, but I also make an accompanying video as appropriate to support the lesson. We also have discussions via email or a private forum, and I like to end my classes with a Google Hangout Q & A if possible.
Want in on this? Check out the class here.