Tag Archives: writers remorse

Rainy Day Activities for the Fourth of July

Just in case…

Working and Parenting
10 Rainy Independence Day Activities

Fantasy Book Club
Harry Potter Fever!

History Book Club
Who Were the First North Americans?

Writer’s Remorse
Writers and Intellectual Property Rights

Beer Report
Sometimes You Just Want a Beer

Want to Be an Extra in The Hunger Games Movie?

If I lived close enough I would so be all over this!

Rumor Report
Want to Be in The Hunger Games?

Restaurant Talk
Class Act of the Day: Naming Your Restaurant After a Rape Scene

Writer’s Remorse
Don’t Let the Minutiae Kill Your Creativity

Craft World
DIY Toys and Games

Los Angeles Music
Glee Project: Big Fireworks or a Big Flop?

Healthy and Hale
Test Your Cell Phone’s Radiation Levels

Male Voters League
Why is Rep. Weiner Not Being Charged with Harassment?

Need a New View? Try a Bounce House

Oddly enough, I’m not kidding. Writing at a bounce house was actually pretty productive and comfortable.

Writer’s Remorse
Writer Workspace: Bounce House

Sputterpop
There’s Nothing Natural About Mini Beauty Queens

Teazzo
Is Summer Sun Tea Safe?

Net Culture Talk
Sick of Facebook? Bring It to the Real World

Female Talk
Women in Saudi Arabia Fight for the Right to Drive

Los Angeles Job Market
Searching for Jobs in Los Angeles?

Manufacturing Job Market
Manufacturing is a Pretty Accessible Career Choice

Medical Job Market
Overseas Medical Jobs Return to America

Memphis Job Market
TN Suffers Heavy Job Losses

Miami Job Market
100 New Possible Jobs in Miami

Milwaukee Job Market
160 Jobs Come to Milwaukee

Pittsburgh Job Market
Coal Miners in Unions Experience Less Injuries

If You’re Gonna Spam Me…

…at least give me something to write about.

Writer’s Remorse
Spam I’d Rather See

Chicago Flowers
Nodding Onions of Chicago

Charlotte Flowers
Invasive Plants of Charlotte

Boston Flowers
Native Trees of Massachusetts

Baltimore Flowers
Invasive Species of Baltimore

Austin Flowers
Gorgeous Hummingbird Bushes

Albuquerque Flowers
Native Plants of New Mexico

The Hungry Blogger
New Line of Savory Treats at Dunkin Donuts

April is Grilled Cheese Month

Craving one yet?

Today’s Special
April is Grilled Cheese Month

Health Food Talk
Culinary Adventure: Try a New Pear

Peace Report
Poverty Tourism: A Disturbing Trend

Writer’s Remorse
I’ll Work From Home, Thanks

Manufacturing Job Market
Interview with Manufacturing Worker

Dog Report
Take Action: Ask the EPA to Stop Poisoning Wild Dogs

Fiction Book Club
Top 10 Frequently Challenged Books in 2010 Released

Atlanta Job Market
Foreign Businesses Set Up Shop in Atlanta

Nashville Flowers
Pretty Native Nashville Blooms

Film Industry Trivia
All 3-D Movies Soon? I Hope Not

Colorado Springs Job Market
10,000 Jobs to Be Available in Loveland

Join a Vigil for Japan on March 28

There’s not much we can do as individuals, aside from sending monetary aid, for the people of Japan in this time of crisis. But we can express how much we care together at one of these vigils on March 28.

360 Blog
Join a Vigil for Japan on March 28

American Girl Talk
American Girls’ Website Makes It Easy to Find the Perfect Gift

Writer’s Remorse
Script Frenzy is Only Days Away

Hate Spewage

Not too long ago, one of my heroes, Zoe Weil, posted about how she experienced an overload of hate mail when her blog was linked to from a popular publication. Ms. Weil, I am appalled by what people said to you, after all you’ve done. I’d also like to say that I can empathize. In 2009, I experienced an Internet “stalker,” an anonymous person who did nothing but post vile things on everything I wrote. Thankfully he or she disappeared, though I don’t know why; however, this past week has been tough once again when, just because I wrote a single blog post, I’ve been getting hateful messages daily.

For a sensitive person like me, this can be extremely hard to deal with–and I hate that the most, that it really affects me at all, since I don’t even know these people (or person; after all, they’re all anonymous) and I should have thicker skin than this. My plan is to simply ignore further posts; I’m simply trying to make a living doing what I love, and I shouldn’t allow others to ruin that for me. The truth is, I am hurt.

And here I promised myself I’d go to bed at a reasonable hour tonight. Damn, I should have saved Glee for until after I checked my hate mail!

But you know what? People love my fiction. I get thousands of hits each month and positive reviews on stories that I wrote five years ago that I don’t even promote; they are pretty much buried in a sea of fanfiction. I’m just wondering if this is yet another sign pushing me into that direction once again. The question, of course, is will I follow it this time? All I know is that while my husband is laid off I’m supporting this family, and I don’t have the time to invest in the projects I was doing before. I have to suck it up, hold back my feelings, and move on. But I could really kick myself for not jumping on those opportunities when I had the chance.

Writer’s Remorse

The Joy of Anonymous Comments

The Hungry Blogger
Hooray for Chopped All Stars!

Animal Book Club
Farm Animals By Katie Daynes

Craft Book Club
Look at What You Can Make with Boxes

Children’s Book Club
Titanicat by Marty Crisp

Extreme Last-Minute Gifts!

Now you’re pushing it! If you’re not seeing your friends and family until after Christmas, you might be able to get by with these last-minute gift ideas.

eShopper Forum

Extreme Last Minute Gift Ideas

Writer’s Remorse
Morning Pages for Techies

Cosmetic Report
Skip the Perfume This Christmas

Green Voters League
Coral Reefs to Be Gone Before Our Grandkids Can See Them

Toxic Waste Cloud
Don’t Zombie-fy My Kid

Lychee Fruit

Now I know what that stuff in my POM drink is.

Miami Flowers
Delicious Florida Lychee Fruits

Adventure Book Club
The Candy Shop War

Pro-Choice Voters
“Angry Father” Stands Up To Abortion Protestors

Bicycle Report
National Bicycling Network Coming to America

Writer’s Remorse
Take a Letter, Maria; Address It To Yourself

Show Support for Circus Elephants

Here’s a very easy yet effective campaign to help show your support for elephants suffering in the circus industry.

Animal Report
Show Support for Circus Elephants

Writer’s Remorse
Take the 100 Words Challenge

Toxic Waste Cloud
Read a Book, THEN Open Your Mouth

Cook Book Club
Green Eggs and Ham Cookbook

Tree Worshiper
Apply for the Plastics are Forever International Youth Summit