After a lot of delay, I’m proud to announce the big news you’ve all been waiting for…
The Thought Catalog e-book reissue of my book is now available!!
Isn’t that cover sick?
Anyway if you feel so inclined to buy it (only $2.99 btw), it’s available at Amazon: http://amzn.com/B00CEGR4FW
Apple iBookstore: http://bit.ly/12etgRy
or Barnes & Noble: http://bit.ly/Yi0rI7
Hopefully this’ll make me a little scratch, I’m not expecting a lot but wouldn’t it be awesome if I could actually make a living doing this stuff?
Also, if you guys wanna share this, well, I’d like that.
Our pal is selling a book … Read more about it above.
How the app works: Writers begin typing in the app’s window. When the typing slows to a stop, there are consequences. The writer can set how severe those consequences will be. In “gentle” mode, a notice pops up with a kind reminder that it’s time to start writing. In “normal” mode, the app begins to emit an unpleasant sound, which only stops once the typing begins again. In “kamikaze” mode, the app is set to destroy: when the writing has stopped for too long, the words begin to erase themselves. There is also a “nyan cat” mode, turning an Internet meme into a destructive force.
Read more: LA Times
I WANT THIS BECAUSE REASONS.
SO LONG AS IT DOESN’T AUDIBLY TICK.
I CAN NOT BE IN A ROOM WITH A TICKING CLOCK…
BUT STILL WANT.
But when is coffee o’clock?
This is a pretty great list by Dan Frommer. You could apply this to just about anything related to content creation.
My high school english teacher gave me a link to this site during my senior year of high school (which was six years ago and now I feel really old) but I just dug it up again to help my sister with a paper and it’s so fucking useful that I thought I’d share it with all of you.
If you ever have any questions about how to properly format citations in-text or in your bibliography according to MLA/APA standards, check this site. It has all the answers you could ever need.
The Exclamation Comma. “Just because you’re excited about something doesn’t mean you have to end the sentence.”
If we must aim to be on a listicle, let it be this one: the New York Observer’s 2011 Media Poachables list.
Repeat to yourself now: “I’ll be a better writer. I’ll be a better blogger. I’ll be a better writer. I’ll be a better blogger. I’ll be a better writer. I’ll be a better blogger. I’ll be a better writer. I’ll be a better blogger. I’ll be a better writer. I’ll be a better blogger.”
martin amis talks to charlie rose about how writers need to make their work their own by avoiding clichés.