5 Interesting Links for 4-15-2011


A sideways look at education that reflects the students’ skills and needs rather than a rubber stamp plan:


A straightforward suggestion for managing an online presence without too much of a strain:


A look at how book promoting works, and why it is different between the indie and traditional markets but also how those efforts can work hand in hand:


A useful site for figuring out weather patterns when you’re writing in the real world, or even in a similar one:


A reminder of what rejections are…and what they are not:

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4 Responses to 5 Interesting Links for 4-15-2011

  1. Alex Fayle says:

    I loved KKR’s promotion post and thanks for the Fox Literary link – tips on managing my online presence is exactly what I’m looking for.

    • MarFisk says:

      Erin gave me the KKR link. Very interesting insight there :). And glad you found the online presence link useful as well.

  2. Wow, that Scott Adams article comes just at the right time. Our director here in Skopje has decided the whole school needs to be revamped, and he’s thrown it out at the staff as a challenge. I’m going to pass this on to a friend whose seriously working on this and see if we can figure out how to make the school better without firing the entire English department. Thanks.

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