This week I’m going to do some random link sprinkling …. meaning they are not organized by categories or anything.
But, the quality of the links are no lesser than the ones I usually share.
Why is this? Coz, I’m doing this post in a bit of a hurry at the last moment.
I had a funeral (one of my hubby’s family member) to attend this week. I did less reading. Also less work.
As a consequence…….
The launch of my “Write Killer Post” series (did you notice the name change?) will be delayed by a week. But that’s good too. Coz I’m launching it as a series as well as a free course (on a dedicated domain which I will soon share).
The free course will include the audio version of the posts so that if you’re a hearing person (prefer to hear information on the go while commuting or working out) then you’ll benefit from the audio version.
The course will help you to keep up with the “meat” of the series in a more systematic way.
Now on to this weeks reading list…..
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