Every time you blog, you run the risk of not being heard. But nobody’s going to make fun of you for it, though it may feel like a wasted opportunity.
That’s when the Second-Chance Dance comes in.
Starting on Thursday and ending on Wednesday, I will collect up to 30 posts that you want to be promoted and feature them on my Twitter and WordPress. Sound good?
Here’s the Inlinkz. Click it and follow the instructions.
Let’s all be kind and give each post a click, like, follow, and extra points for a comment. This is a good way to network, and to expose yourself to different blogs.
Man, what a productive week. Well over fifty likes since getting back at the WordPress game. I’m looking forward to working my chops for all of the readers here.
Follow for prompts, flash fiction, and excerpts straight from my manuscripts to your screen. You won’t be disappointed.
Wrote about 3 kwords today. Somewhat of a record, don’t see myself repeating it all too often. But, nonetheless, my first full length short story for publishing is nearly a complete first draft. Can’t wait to read the finished product, perhaps around Christmas time.
Merry Christmas, and Happy Holidays to all.
“…Maude, I can see the house from here!”
What a wonderful day, today.
Timeless tech: an 1880 automated loom is still more impressive than an iPhone.
Not only do we get to shake binary, but we get to set out a plan for conquering WordPress together with titillating short stories and articles about whatever you want.
Technobabble in the form of hypertext transfer protocol.
I’d bet a Bitcoin or so that you can put stock in our future success together. Am I sounding like a corrupted .mp3 here?
As painful as it was to type that, I want you to know I’m Sirius about writing. I don’t cut corners (or shuck corn, for that matter) when it comes to quality, and I happen to spend WAY too much time online. I’m proficient at being an Internet nice guy as well as a go-getter. If my letter to you has not enticed you, then I’ll see you around.
Garea, Aldin. “Beautiful Day 005.” Photograph. Aldin Garea.Ro. Flickr, 20 May 2011. Web. 18 Dec. 2013.
Robson, Geoff. “sad ipod-1230_1000.jpg.” Photograph. geoff.robson. Flickr, 24 May 2008. Web. 18 Dec. 2013.
Slater Mill Museum. “Binary code circa 1880: Detail of a Dobby Chain and Dobby Head Crompton & Knowles Narrow Fabric Loom, Slater Mill Museum, Pawtucket, RI.” Photograph. Contemporary Images. Flickr, 23 Aug. 2011. Web. 18 Dec. 2013.