Why a writing catalog?


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Because my sister is a  Part Time Monster, and needs contributors. And she knows I’ve been playing with blogs for years. She wants an big audience for her writing and that means she must have more bloggers.

So I created this little affiliate. I tailored it to a more specific segment of the blogging community, and set it up to be a useful resource for writers once I accumulate a nice archive.

Our fellow-contributor Sam seems to be on the same wavelength. He’s writing about filmmaking at  Universal Half Truths.

The Writing Catalog will focus on three things: archiving as much writing-related content as possible, sharing the work of Part Time Monster and friends with my own readers, and sharing writing-related WordPress blogs with PTM.

I plan to write about blogging and social media at PTM, once we get this thing going.

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About Gene'O

Compulsive writer, amateur photographer, and blogaholic. Also an evil genius.

6 thoughts on “Why a writing catalog?

  1. […] first post was to build anticipation. The second was to introduce The Writing Catalog to our writer friends. The third was a surprise that we hoped […]

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  2. […] and what is the purpose of this piece? One of the things that made writing the debut pieces for The Writing Catalog and Sourcerer such a challenge is that I was writing to an audience of Facebook friends, but I was […]

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  3. […] ribbon cutting invitation and the two debuts were a series of rhetorical flourishes. That makes the inspiration for them a legitimate […]

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  4. […] the first paragraph of the final version (again, the line break isn’t really a paragraph […]

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  5. […] introductory post and first week of blogging would be the prologue, my debut posts here and at Sourcerer, along with the thank you note I posted at the end of that first day, would be the […]

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  6. […] At 2:30 I published my first real post at The Writing Catalog. […]

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