12 Unofficial Internet Rules All Writers Should Know

Meg Dowell Writes

1. Don’t talk about writing on the internet more than you actually write off the internet.

2. Making writer friends is much more valuable in the long-term than treating everyone as your competition, especially online.

3. Your social media presence should be a reflection of who you are and what you’re interested in, not constant self-promotion.

4. Don’t ask random strangers to review your work for free, even if you do admire/respect them and their work.

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New Poshmark Seller Tool: Bring Your Listings to Life with Posh Stories —

Say hello to Posh Stories, a new seller tool that takes Poshing beyond the closet and helps you bring your listings to life! With Posh Stories the possibilities are endless—it’s a powerful way to sell, connect, and shop all through VIDEO. Everyone has a unique story and we can’t wait to see yours on Poshmark. […]

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Barrier masks not meant for health professionals – NAFDAC — G9IJA.com

By G9ija The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) on Tuesday shared on Twitter that barrier masks are not supposed to be used in healthcare settings or by healthcare professionals. “Barrier masks are not intended for use in healthcare settings or by healthcare professionals. They serve to limit the spread of droplets and…

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Book Review: You Got This — Mental Health @ Home

You Got This: Face Your Fear, Find Your Confidence is the second book by Caroline Foran, whose first book Own It I previously reviewed and was quite impressed with. In this book, she aims to turn your mental fear blocks into building blocks to boost your confidence. The first part of the book gives background…

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