If you need inspiration today, listen to the music composed and performed by my friend Richard Maddock (@BalletMuzik). I have his CD titled "The Garden Within". It’s a gorgeous instrumental CD filled with beautiful melodies that will transport you to a place of serene calm and tranquility.
Listen now to "Return to the Garden"' on his CD "As Creation Unfolds: Part 3"
If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again:
- Writing Horror: Facing the Inevitable http://t.co/fKE2PS27 @yaHighway RT @janice_hardy
- The One Thing Top Gun’s Maverick Knows About Blogging That You Don’t http://ow.ly/h5xN3 via @HeidiCohen
- Social Media: 35 Brand Attributes to Consider http://ow.ly/h5yn1 via @HeidiCohen
- Judging Fiction: What Television Teaches Us http://t.co/OM3yIdbC @LBGale RT @janice_hardy
- 13 point blog checklist: http://t.co/kTjODNGc @heidicohen RT @elizabethscraig
- Understanding the Story Climax: http://t.co/ifibCMdk @SHalvatzis RT @elizabethscraig
- 6 things writers taught an editor: http://t.co/roMymq49 @RuthHarrisBooks RT @elizabethscraig No matter where, when or how writers write
- Keep Dreaming… Even When They Think You’re Nuts http://ow.ly/h5zhL via @JeffGoins Your dreams might scare people . . . Beware the Under-Cooked Story Concept http://ow.ly/h5Bpx via @Storyfix
- How to be more efficient with your time on Twitter - 'Marketing Tips for Authors' http://t.co/WnrE7P2Y @CliveEaton #IAN1
- Blogging Best Practices, part IV via Megaphone Society http://ow.ly/h5Xf3
- 17 Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts You Might Find Helpful PLUS Info on 3 Writing Communities for Authors http://ow.ly/h60Q7
- Driving It On Over the Cliff http://ow.ly/h6lSV via @JaneFriedman
- How to Slowly Lose Trust, Influence, and Ultimately Your Audience http://ow.ly/h6p6i
- 16 Simple Blog Changes That Will Improve Your Content Marketing Results http://ow.ly/h6psu
- Taking the Scary out of Scrivener http://ow.ly/h6pBc
I’m always looking for great content to share. If you have a writing and/or marketing blog, or have a favorite that you visit often, please leave a link in the comment section. Thanks for stopping by.
Happy writing & running, Kathy