I’m at Topsail Beach this week in North Carolina on vacation.Â I may be taking a break from my day to day responsibilities but I’ve not been taking a break from my writing.Â One of the workshops I attended at The Muse Online Writers Conference was “Write that Bio With Sheri Gormley”.Â Sheri is the… Continue reading More on The Muse Online Writers Conference
My eyes hurt, I’m tired and a callous is forming onÂ my mouse wheel finger.Â This is the current cost of The Muse Online Writers Conference this year.Â Great, isn’t it? When I first heard of the conference I thought to myself, “It’s online and it’s free.Â It’s probably not going to be very good.”Â I… Continue reading The Muse Online Writers Conference is Educational!
I’ve taken a breakfrom reading the last few days so I can finish my reviews on Dirt: An American Campaign, Any Given Doomsday, and the Twilight Series for the blog.Â It feels weird not to be carrying a book around with me. I’m also participating in theÂ Muse 2008 Writers Online Conference.Â There’s homework and writing… Continue reading Upcoming Reviews!
Today I spent part of the afternoon at the Greater Columbus Art Council’sÂ offices for one of their OPPArt (Opportunities for Artists) events.Â Dawn Friedman, a localÂ freelancer,Â presented How to Become a Working Artist: What it Takes to Make a Living. FriedmanÂ mainly focused on marketing and branding with a few tips thrown in such as “be your… Continue reading OPPArt (Opportunities for Artists)