, with links to: Welcome to BooskSchool
** four self-directed courses covering the topics highlighted in the word cloud above
** a download link to Scribe Media co-founder Tucker Max’s book,
The Scribe Method
** a link to Scribe Media’s YouTube Channel
** a link to their podcast
Other Scribe Media resources can be found 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. Click here
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
for reminding me about The Hemingway App and a few other helpful tools. websiteplanet.com
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
that’s well worth saving. Check it out. a post by Brian Clark
Hope it helps. It should…
The note’s cover image
As stated before, writing is an act of faith…faith that your words will impact a reader.
But I have to remind myself to have faith that the words can impact the writer as well.
Some good reminders here.. .
Just a 15-second GIF-flick to give writers [including me] some ideas on sharing our time and writing interests.
And the item inspiring this post…
Here’s hoping the holiday season [despite the weirdness and reduced connections with others] is yielding a few realizations of life’s other fortunes.
This December sunrise, for instance.
Or this towering reminder of the season.
Not too late to slip one quick letter into the mailbox.
While my draft to Ann Maria ‘cools’, thought I would check in.
Hoping your season is still revealing blessings.
Confession…I’m falling behind! Luckily, I have till the 22nd to get them in the mail.
If you do participate, why not
highlighting that person’s special traits? Then print it out on the paper you’ll use for your letter. create a quick word cloud
It’s as if I’m getting to know the recipients.
In reality, though, I don’t know where these are sent.
But I’ve always trusted
to find those deserving people. Love for Our Elders
And its Instagram pages continue to encourage me.