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Freelance Advice from the Blogosphere, 8th Edition


Once again, this week has seen a lot of great articles about both freelancing and writing.  I’ve managed to pick out just a few to share with you.  Have a great weekend, and don’t forget to leave your computer occasionally. 

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    On November 30th, 2007 at 3:23 pm, Char said:

    And I am soooo happy that you were the winner! Its nice to see the prize going to a good home ;-)

    On November 30th, 2007 at 3:30 pm, Michele L. Tune said:

    Hi Lorna,

    Congratulations on your recent win and thanks for the link love!

    You have a great resource here ;-) and I’ll definitely stop back by. I’m going to add you to my “Favorite Writer-Related Blogs” list, too.

    Oh… yes, writing = riding… I’m glad you got that :-)

    Have a great weekend!


    On November 30th, 2007 at 3:52 pm, Lorna Doone Brewer said:

    Char - Thanks again. I seriously talked to my husband about that contest all weekend in hopes that I would win!

    Michele - I can’t believe it took me weeks to catch the pun. And I call myself a writer. *shame* I’m so glad you like the blog. Yours is in my Google Reader!

    On November 30th, 2007 at 6:01 pm, Allena said:

    One of your links says to take your biz to an llc level. I am just not finding any benefits to it in all of my googling. Any ideas?

    On November 30th, 2007 at 8:55 pm, Lorna Doone Brewer said:

    Allena - My guess is that a lot of it comes down to taxes and liability. If I remember correctly, having an LLC allows you to keep your personal assests separate from your business assets. Therefore, if the business didn’t succeed, you would not necessarily be expected to use your home, etc. to pay for it.

    On December 1st, 2007 at 9:17 am, Joanna Young said:

    Lorna, thanks for highlighting my piece - written from the perspective of blog reader and comment-leaver (I do hate the word “commenter”!)

    It’s generated some interesting conversation - including your own thoughtful comments and questions - so if anyone is thinking about how best to handle comments on their own site do feel free to pop along, see what others are saying and jump in with your comments.

    Thanks for the other links here too - I’m always glad to gobble up new material from a trusted source


    On December 1st, 2007 at 3:25 pm, Lorna Doone Brewer said:

    Joanna - Ha! You hate the word “commentor.” I hate “commentator.” I’ve been thinking about your post and am still formulating my own ideas about the topic, trying to weigh out the various pieces to decide what I feel is most appropriate for our blogs.

    On December 1st, 2007 at 7:32 pm, Shannon said:

    Thanks for the great resources! Congratulations on winning the contest!

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