January advertising opportunities

Cristian Mihai

Hi guys,

So… this month’s advertising options:

1. Reblog$50 – Do you have a WordPress.com blog? Have you written a piece you’d want everyone to read? Now you can have your content reblogged to an audience of over 100,000.

You can purchase here. 5 spots available.

2. Sponsored Post$50 – Do you have a book you’d want me to review? Or do you want me to interview you? Or simply showcase your works (for graphic artists, painters, etc.)?

You can purchase here. 5 spots available.

3. Post Sponsor$25 – Receive a mention as sponsor at the end of a blog post. This also includes a short description of your website and a link.

You can purchase here. 10 spots available.

4. Star for a Month$150 – Be a star on my blog for one month. This means the following things:

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Weekend Edition – How to be a Confident Writer Plus Writing Tips and Good Reads

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“Confident Writer” … it’s not a phrase you hear much, is it?

pin confidenceEarlier this week, I wrote and published an off-the-cuff confession about my habit of downplaying (and even demeaning) my writing in front of others. It’s not something I’m proud of, but I’m glad I chose to share my weakness, because it turns out that I’m not alone. Many of you apparently have the same knee-jerk reaction to innocent questions (and even compliments) about your writing.

Anyway, there were some wonderful comments on the post and the conversation got me thinking.

Sara Foley, for instance, pointed out that, “We have this funny thing that being a writer means a) being paid for writing b) a certain type of writing.”

And, bluecarpaintedgreen noted that, “Admitting you’re working on fiction pieces is a form of vulnerability, as it can hint at hopes and dreams; it’s personal.”

Soul Writer (aka Renee Brooks)…

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A Nor’Beaster

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IMG_20150127_081859587(1) 8:00 a.m. Southern NH

Quick update. We are in the 18 – 25 inch zone with the worst of the snowfall yet to come.

We have heat, electricity, coffee, hot food, and plenty of books – which basically makes New Hampshire not such a bad place to be right now.

Let’s keep it that way.

Write on my friends.

9:20 a.m. Southern NH - my poor son may not see his car again until the spring thaw. 9:20 a.m. Southern NH – my poor son may not see his car again until the spring thaw.

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For those on the east coast, now is the time to truly hunker down and not travel those roads once the snow starts.  Please remember to check on the welfare of neighbors and the elderly.

We’ll see you all on the other side.

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Wendy Thomas is an award winning journalist, columnist, and blogger who believes that taking challenges in life will always lead to goodness. She is the mother of 6…

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