The audio experiment continues! The following is a conversation starter on the importance of your writing voice: (Audio summary: Taking the voice (style, texture, etc.) of the words we use into account, using distinctive writers from Hemingway to Hugo as examples. Ethics of adjusting voice for different markets. Experience as guide.) Have your words found … Continue reading Have You Found Your Writing Voice? (Wreadcast .2)
This is the first in a potential series of audio posts on WREADITOR, this time answering the question of how to pronounce the name itself.
A Koan For Bloggers Q): How can I master writing and sharing articles online? A): Ask of yourself the impossible: begin as the teacher and learn to think like a beginner. Beginning as the Teacher A talented friend of mine once told me that in order to learn to play the guitar, I should write … Continue reading Beginner’s Mind: All You Need to Know to Master Writing Online
This is that infamous first post that has ground many a fledgling blog to a halt (particularly those attempted by overly-particular editors). Now, the responsible thing to do here would be to explain the general content planned at WREADITOR before the emphasis begins to flutter off inevitably to more SEO-friendly pastures. Other noble intentions could … Continue reading What is WREADITOR?