This week I write an apology and review a wonderful marketing book catered to artists who want to turn their artistic passions into a full time career. Go read the article to find out why I had to apologize to the author of I’d Rather Be in the Studio.
This week, I wrote my thoughts on the Quo Vadis Habana notebook. Not only does it make a sturdy companion for writing your thoughts, it also is a comparable replacement for a Moleskine. Go read my review and see what else I had to say.
This week, I wrote a review of my favorite writing application, Scrivener. If you own a Mac and are serious about writing in any capacity or genre, I highly recommend you get this application. It organizes your thoughts and has a built in revision tracking system that can keep up with all your drafts. It makes writing fun! Go read my review and see what else I had to say.
This week, I reviewed The Creative Entrepreneur, a wonderful business related book on envisioning and designing a creative business. Go read my review and see what else I had to say.
This week, I reviewed Tagging: People-Powerd Metadata for the Social Web. Not an easy review for me. I received the book last November and took me awhile to get through. It was a good read but a bit TOO technical for me. You should go read my review and find out why.
Tarot and writing go hand in hand for me. I entertain thoughts about writing a book on tarot one day and had hoped to include in-depth material on using the cards with a creative writing practice. Corrine Kenner beat me to that, with her Tarot for Writers. Now if I ever write that book, I’ll just be adding to the discussion she started.
I loved Tarot for Writers. Go read my review and find out why.
I have a new article up on DIYPlanner.com that talks about all the fun I’ve been having with collaborative editing. You should go check it out.
Last Monday Michelle, Ember and I drove up to Seattle to visit the Tom Bihn bag factory. We spent the afternoon with Phil (who moved up to Seattle a few months ago). A good time was had by all and I got to interview with Tom in the process.
That interview is now up on DIY Planner. You should go read it and see what we chatted about
A new year, a new chance to promote the wellness of writing, journalling, and productivity. My first post of 2009 on DIYP is up and it’s about what I resolve to learn over the next year.
What things in 2009 do you resolve to learn?