How To Go From $0-$40,000 a Month Writing From Home
Have you ever wanted to self-publish but unsure of the steps involved?
Then this podcast by James Altucher will help.
Altucher is a popular blogger who sold 150,000 copies of his latest book Choose Yourself on Kindle. In this episode he interviews Steve Scott who…Read More
The social media Q&A site Quora posted an interesting question recently:
“Does someone have any tips for a struggling writer?”
Those who responded wrote, ‘don’t give up your dream,’ ‘practice writing every day’, ‘believe in yourself’ and all that other motivational stuff so popular in the 90s.
But it struck me as odd that artists refer…Read More
Lately I’ve been creating videos for various blog posts.
Turns out that this is becoming popular amongst bloggers.
A recent article about internet trends predicts that video content accompanying posts will soon be standard practice.
This is good news for those who like to watch videos.
Not so good for those who can’t make videos and prefer…Read More
The Leonardo Da Vinci exhibition arrived at the Burnie Art Gallery in Tasmania recently.
Nothing much comes to Burnie — let alone a major art exhibition — so I organised an excursion for my senior Digital Design class.
Unfortunately, we were unable to wander around the exhibition without being subjected to a tour first.
Thus we…Read More
1. Jesus Christ Superstar
Want to teach a bunch of bored primary school kids the New Testament? Then show them Jesus Christ Superstar, a free-loving musical opera featuring a bunch of singing and dancing hippies.
Great soundtrack. Terrible movie.
But in the mid-70s, when I was ten years old and crammed into a school hall with fidgeting classmates, I…Read More
Editors are swamped with manuscripts from a growing army of writers.Read More
Recently and finally I gave in and bought myself a folding unicorn.Read More
People sometimes think a book will solve all their problems.Read More
The second reason you deserve national treasure status is because you take risks.Read More
Okay, so I’m a little bit of an op shop fanatic.Read More
I can still fit in the bath, while keeping my rubber duck fantasy intact.Read More
I asked Carina about the progress of writing from her idea to published book.Read More
These small baskets are created with yarn made from deconstructed linen clothing.Read More
Ever wondered what your mirror thinks of you?Read More
Have you seen the advertisement about the 57-year-old mum?Read More
The creative archetype includes all sorts of careers and possibilities.Read More
I have eagerly awaited the death of print.Read More
Humanity is madder than you think.Read More
Nigel refers to himself an improving designer.Read More