Projects August 2017 Roundup

August 2017 Roundup

August is a good month for a roundup. I’ve finally settled into my day job, and am developing my side hustle, AKA City of Writers. Here are the most popular posts on Writeropolis this past month, per Google Analytics. I would like to say I’m surprised at the popularity of the posts, but I’d be …

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Projects Making moves with City of Writers

Making moves with City of Writers

I’m slowly making head way on marketing. I’ve decided to focus on Facebook, Goodreads, Instagram, Litsy, Pinterest, and Twitter to promote the magazine. I wrote all the copy for the lead pages, and made graphics. I decided to post them all to their respective networks late Sunday in preparation for the next week. I hope …

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Movies Baby Driver (2017)

Baby Driver (2017)

I fancy myself an armchair movie critic, so I will be reviewing films of all shapes, sizes, and genres with my sui generis perspective. I had a free movie screening pass to see Baby Driver but I wasn’t feeling well, and skipped the screening. I love anything Edgar Wright does, and the reviews have been …

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Books Side Hustle

Side Hustle

Tea for Two Thursdays are book reviews and/or thoughtful quotes to ponder over the next week. I've been following Guillebeau off and on for a few years now. I bought the digital version of $100 Startup when it was on sale, and it's been on my to-read list ever since. I decided to support him …

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Writing City of Writers: A Brand-New Digital Literary Journal

City of Writers: A Brand-New Digital Literary Journal

I’m thrilled to announce the creation of my new digital literary journal sent via email called City of Writers. It’s something that I feel very strongly about, and feel that the time is right to invest my time and resources into building it. I’ve been waffling back and forth about it, and I feel like …

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Movies Bonnie and Clyde (1967)

Bonnie and Clyde (1967)

I fancy myself an armchair movie critic, so I will be reviewing films of all shapes, sizes, and genres with my sui generis perspective. I’m really enjoying the TCM Big Screen Classics series this year. Buying the annual pass has been a great investment. I needed a break from the madness for a bit, so …

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Books You Suck: A Love Story

You Suck: A Love Story

In a past life as a bookstore ninja, I was told time and again to read Christopher Moore’s books. I liked the covers, they were brightly lit and amusing. I put him aside because I had a million other things to read. But he stayed in the back of my mind. Then I briefly stopped …

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Music Trouble in Paradise by La Roux

Trouble in Paradise by La Roux

Tuneful Tuesdays are my chance to gush about music in the form of concert reviews, mixtapes, and recommendations. This is La Roux’s sophomore album, released a little over 3 years ago, last month. I was prepping for grad school, and was starved for new La Roux music. I had kept up with the trials and …

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