More goodwill words…and 7 ways to support others

Still more to add.

Just trying to keep the momentum.

Posting these helps make the project more ‘real’.

Just came across another writing-to-help-others site:

And in the meantime, here is a nice piece entitled: 7 WAYS TO SUPPORT OTHERS DURING TOUGH TIMES

Curation Corner: Let Hemingway do the work.

Click here or on the above word cloud for a 90-second run-through of The Hemingway App, an online pair of eyes [creepy, I know] that points out [without browbeating] a writing flaw or two.

Here is an opening sentence I used on another blog…and Hemingway’s feedback. [That hack…I’ve heard he claims to have written The Sun Also Rises and A Farewell to Arms.]

You just paste in your masterpiece and out comes the quick but helpful evaluation.

There is also a $20 desktop version.

Note: Thanks to websiteplanet.com for reminding me about The Hemingway App and a few other helpful tools.

Curation Corner: Solve painful writing problems in 5 steps

I never fail to learn new writing strategies when I visit Copyblogger. Just as valuable is the writers’ acknowledgement that writing is hard…followed by helpful approaches to mindset mixed in with a few hacks to jump start our efforts.

The graphic is just the outline of a post by Brian Clark that’s well worth saving. Check it out.

Hope it helps. It should…

Curation Corner: Following up on Writers, Ink

As I was curating for my previous post on podcasts for writers, I ran across Writers, Ink, a team effort of J.D. Barker, J. Thorn, and Zach Bohannon.

When I clicked over to their website, I signed up for the free revision course (see above).

Am hoping it will A. offer some helpful strategies B. nudge me to open some work that needs my attention [i.e. is collecting digital dust].

Hope this help, writers.

Curation Corner: Writers–run these as you craft your best seller

Greetings, writers.

Another gem. This one from Alice Florence Orr of podcastreview.org.

8 Podcasts to Inspire Your Writing Practice

I’m most intrigued by Writers, Ink.

Orr’s description: Hosted by three bestselling authors, Writers, Ink will make you feel better about that unfinished manuscript on your flash drive. 

As I finish this post, I’m listening to the episode The Benefits of Writing in the Morning.

Hope this help, writers.

Curation Corner: Writers–Embrace the mess

Greetings, writers.

Click the above word cloud for a two-minute curation of Stefanie Flaxman’s Be a Bad Writer to Be a Great Writer post on Copyblogger.

While this site is directed at entrepreneurs and content marketing, it is filled with solid advice and strategies for all writers.