So, something strange happened last week.
Regular readers or those that have spent time checking older posts will know that I have been busy setting up some other blogs to join Kasterborous in a small network of websites. Cult Britannia is going well, while Quintessential Comedy, Atomic Karma and The Gadget Monkey are trundling along waiting for contributors.
As a way of sharing some tips with one of my collaborators, Tom Spychalski (who has recently turned freelance) I shared a few thoughts on this very blog a few days ago about my experiences writing for a living. Since I started the freelancing back in 2004 (of course I only turned professional in 2010) I felt that there would be adequate material here to share.
Thanks to some Facebook conversations about missing comments fields (now resolved, if you care to scroll down…) I knew that Tom had read the article and taken heed of a few points.
What I wasn’t expecting was for him to share the material. According to one of the posts, it has been shared on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+! I knew social networking was powerful, but this is ridiculous! Continue reading