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Writing Forums Daily Discussions and Blog Weekly Roundups

on January 30, 2012 in Freelance Writing Business
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We're launching two new series at All Freelance Writing today.

Writing Forum Daily Discussions

Every weekday I'll kick off the day with a new question or discussion topic in the forums. For example, today I asked "How do you set your e-book prices?" in the new e-publishing section.

Some days I may start multiple discussions, but there will be at least one fresh one each day of the work week. And as always, you're welcome to start as many discussions as you'd like. Just register on the site to be able to post. It's free!

Weekly Roundups

I used to run a "Freelance Friday" series here where I'd highlight other posts from around the blogosphere. We're going to go back to something similar.

From now on, each Friday I'll do a weekly roundup post. That post will feature:

  • Our daily discussions from the forum for the week;
  • Blog posts you may have missed here during the week;
  • Blog posts from others in the freelance writing world (or related areas).

My hope is that we'll get AFW members chatting a bit more regularly while also encouraging people to check out other great posts from colleagues each week. What are you waiting for? Register today and head over to the forum to get involved.

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4 Comments

  1. Lori January 30, 2012 Reply

    Love it, Jenn. I’m especially looking forward to the roundups. It’s always a bonus to see what’s making other career writers take a second look.

  2. Cathy Miller January 30, 2012 Reply

    Great idea, Jenn. It’s life the Cliff Notes version of AFW. :-)

  3. Cathy Miller January 30, 2012 Reply

    Make that like sigh…note to self – do not comment before caffeine kicks in

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