It’s been a relatively quiet week here—and I have no complaints! This week I turned in final copy for four big business-to-business campaigns, which I first mentioned in When Clients Care to Give Writers the Very Best: Feedback. The end client was very happy with the final work, so it feels especially good to have that one finished. Now for a deep breath before starting two more of those B2B campaigns and a website overhaul for one of my favorite clients.
First, the weekend and some link love.
- American Booksellers Foundation for Free Expression Banned Books Week is September 26 – October 3. This link is fascinating—it’s the stories behind some of this year’s book bans and challenges.
- Men with Pens What’s Your Style of Writer Underpants? You may have already seen this, since it was actually posted last week. It’s hilarious—and smart.
- Motherlogue What’s It To You? Writer Liz Sheffield posted several first sentences and let her readers pick which one Liz should use to write a short (short) story. The results? Some great storytelling.
- Thursday Bram Freelancing: The Gateway Drug to Entrepreneurship I loved Thursday’s post contemplating the difference between writers identifying as freelancers or entrepreneurs. This is a recent blog discovery for me and I look forward to reading more of Thursday’s writing.
- TwiTip Guest post by David Wright (@bloggerdad) Six Quick Ways to Becoming a Twitter Pariah A funny—and very pointed—post that will keep you on the right track with Twitter.
Did you read anything that particularly stuck with you this week? Share, please! The floor is yours.