Well, I wasn’t planning on talking about this until after the dust settled, but I’ve had a change of heart.
I was laid off from my job last week. I am actively looking for a new position, but in the meantime, I need to keep my options open.
That’s why I’m officially offering freelance services in writing, editing, or online marketing. Here’s a little bit about my background:
- I reviewed news releases for publication on PRWeb.com, PRNewswire.com, and MarketWired.com for three years. I reviewed approximately 10,000 press releases in that time, and I know what a good press release looks like.
- I have also written two dozen press releases for various organizations across industries such as tech, fashion, and publishing. And yes, I even wrote my own press releases for my book.
- I strategized and managed pay-per-click marketing campaigns and provided regular analytics reports for clients, curating nearly 1 million clicks across dozens of campaigns.
- I’m also open to other work in the realms of writing, editing, and online marketing.
- Please email info (at) eveningsatellite (dot) com to discuss pricing and project requirements.
Now that I’ve pimped myself out, I’ll get into my sudden unemployment a bit. Continue reading Anyone Need a Freelance Writer / Editor / Content Marketer?
According to unofficial reports, the Ravens will trade Joe Flacco to the Broncos, likely for a 4th-round draft pick. The details cannot actually be confirmed until the league year begins in a month.
I’m a Ravens fan, and I have been since I can remember there being a team here in Baltimore. (The Colts left town four years before I was born.) Continue reading A Ravens Fan’s Farewell to Flacco
I know we’re already a month a and a half into the year, but I haven’t yet laid out my book marketing plans. I needed some time to mull over what my real goals were and how I can actually reach them.
Answering the first question is easy: Sell. More. Books. As for the second question, well, let’s discuss. Continue reading Marketing Your Novel: 2019 Goals
While I was on paternity leave, I had a lot of time to binge-watch Netflix, so I was excited to get to some of the films that had been piling up in my list.
Outlaw King, Netflix’s historical fiction about Robert the Bruce’s rebellion against the English crown, was a natural pick for me.
- I like Chris Pine
- I love Scotland
- And I’m interested in Scottish history. I nearly wrote my very first history paper on William Wallace when I was 14, mainly because I had watched Braveheart a thousand times and read about some of the historical battles depicted there.
Unfortunately, while this movie did a lot of things well, it didn’t resonate with me the way I anticipated it would. Continue reading Netflix’s ‘OUTLAW KING’ Falls Flat
Now that you all know that I haven’t been writing much for the last month, I think it’s only fair that I shed some light on what I have been doing.
Welcome to #AmConsuming January. Like my new writing updates, I’m going to try this as a monthly series. Continue reading #AmConsuming: Too Much Streaming Content = No Streaming, Plus Audible!
The gray light ripples
at every sound and movement,
line between worlds blurred.
In my last Friday Write-Day post two weeks ago, I mentioned how I might change up the format of this once-weekly post to both challenge myself and provide some more unique content on RSPC.
I thought about a bi-weekly update for about a minute, until I realized that nothing outside of paychecks are scheduled fortnightly, and scheduling my blog in that manner would be ridiculous.
So now it’s monthly. On the first Friday of each month, I’ll update ya’ll on my writing progress from the previous month and talk about my goals for the new month. I’ll have a new title card for this monthly series next month. Continue reading February Write-Day: Now We’re Doing This Monthly
I unwittingly finished watching season one of Bodyguard today. The Netflix show starring Game of Thrones’s Richard Madden ran for only six episodes, when I really thought it could have carried eight or ten.
But, ultimately, I enjoyed its forward-moving and suspenseful brevity. Continue reading Netflix’s ‘BODYGUARD’ a Suspenseful, Fast-Paced Ride
The monitor blares
webpages spacious–too big,
the negative space.