Quarterly Update: Speed Bumps on the Road to Success

Quarterly Update: Speed Bumps on the Road to Success

Well, we're a quarter of the way through the year. Already! Here in Québec, it couldn't come soon enough. January, February, and March are by far the toughest months of the year. It's cold, dark, and it usually snows a lot. This year wasn't any different. Especially...

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2016: A Look Back at the Year that was

2016: A Look Back at the Year that was

Well, we're down to the last couple of days of 2016. It's time to take a few minutes to look back on the events that shaped the year. What happened since last January 1st, 2016? A lot! Some of it was good. Some of it was bad. Lots of it was awesome. And a little bit...

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Should you trust content mills?

Should you trust content mills?

Though content mills (aka content farms) have been around for decades, they have taken on a new life with the advent of the internet. These companies employ a multitude of freelance writers in order to generate massive amounts of content aimed at driving trafic to...

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A Couple of Guest Posts

A Couple of Guest Posts

The nice folks over at sport1on1.net have been kind enough to allow me to write a few guest posts for them. You'll find the first article, a preview of the American League Division Series, over here. Next article is a preview of the National League Division Series;...

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My Story

My Story

I have always been a writer. When I was 8 or 9 years old, I would read books about detectives and rewrite the stories to make them more exciting. I would write crime scenarios (no gore, just stolen teddy bears and cookies missing from the jar type of things) and give...

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When awful editing happens to a good book

Editing. I can hear you sighing from here. Writers hate it. Editors hate it. Publishers hate paying for it on top of paying the book's author. But, as any reader will tell you, much of the success of a book relies on the work of its editor(s). When done right, you...

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