Thursday, January 17, 2008

Weekly Top 5 Blog Posts for Writers...

1. How To Become A Lonely Planet Travel Writer - An interview with Simon Sellars

2. The Content Crossroads: Supernatural Success at the Intersection of Ideas

3. Tips and Tricks for Distraction-Free Writing

4. So I Quit My Day Job - Holy Cow! I Took the Plunge

5. How to Bag Your 9 to 5 Job and Write / Travel Full Time

Plus one:

Tech stuff for writers on the move - Top 50 Apps That Fit on a USB Drive

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Kara said...

I enjoyed the Q&A with Simon Sellars - thanks for posting!

I'd like to think I could be a guidebook writer, but I'm thinking a) I'd need to do a Colorado (local) book or b) wait to cover exotic countries once my kids are off to college! Just wouldn't want to be on the road for months at a time when they're young (okay, maybe when they get to high school... :-))



glad you found Simon Sellar interview interesting.

sounds like finding a niche in your own local area might be a good start...if you have young kids, how about something like '101 things to do with kids in ..(your hometown). I think we all forget about what surrounds us when we think travel -- but someone who doesn't live here wants to know.

good luck...let us know how you get on...



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