Tuesday, September 01, 2009

I'm Back! Sort of . . .

Finally, after a long hiatus, the new wordpress design for InkwellEditorial.com is up and I'm blogging again . . .

BUT . . . the site is still a work in progress. To see what I mean, visit me in my new home.

Thanks for sticking with me.


P.S.: This will be my last post here on Blogger. This blog has been folded into the new site, so bookmark it. All the the posts will remain live here though. Over the next few months, I'll be transferring all the posts over into the new design but until then, you can still dig through the archives. There are 4+ years of posts here -- tons of great info on freelance writing, so have at it!

P.P.S.: Don't forget to join me in my new home, and once again, thanks for your patience.


mike said...

Hi i have just come from Yaro's blog after reading your comments there. Wow i wish i could write like you!! posting one article a day to the top 25 article directories is amazing. For me to do that i would have to pre write them all in weeks in advance and then submit them one day at a time hahaha i would love to know how it went.

Jermy Sweet said...

Do you still write?


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