Bloggers, like real writers daydream of discovery; the day your work ends up on the landing page of problogger, followed by dinner and drinks with Darren Rowse and his family. Of course the medium is not what it used to be five years ago, when a solid subscriber base meant a sizable book deal.
Its enough because top blogs gets updated by their owners pretty often so just following them and learning in their footsteps are usually enough. Refer often and do the same actions in your own blog too.
Due to this change, what was happening was FHA loans were on the rise BIG time as the brokers still had control over the appraisal process. That will end January 1st. FHA does not want to take on any more risk than they already have and FHA does not want and they are not asking the Federal Goverment to bail them out. They have enough in reserves to deal with any loses they have. So FHA must make sure that appraiser independence is guaranteed to minimize on this lending risk. I am not surprised at all, I really was expecting this from FHA.
You can also participate in a local support group to help you cope and vent out your feelings to others. You can also read ses how much I run, books and magazines where you can find opportunities for you to interact with other victims of divorce who are also undergoing the same thing as you do. Seek the counsel of trusted friends and family members or you can also seek for professional help if you are having difficulty coping.
One main reason I say this is because any good blog that will help you indeed will have loads of great content to read. The other reason is that the person running the blog should not be too obsessed with cheesy graphics.
Try to write freely and don’t focus too hard on things at first. Write the same way you talk and your thoughts will come pouring out on to the page. This will make article writing feel effortless. You can always go back and do a spelling and grammar check after the words are on paper.
If you are a real writer then you will keep at your side (until you memorize it) this simple little book, a bible of sorts, of grammar and usage errors. It is called The Elements of Style written by William Strunk, Jr., E.B. White, and Charles Osgood. It is a very inexpensive book. You can log on to Amazon and pick it up for a song.
I am not claiming to be a great story teller. I am not claiming that at all. I am however, a fan of a great story. I can say with 100% confidence that no story I have ever heard that was told too slowly, went off in tangents or was prefaced ay a bad story warning has been great. They haven’t even been good. In fact any story that matches all three of those criteria have been some of the worst moments in my history of social interaction. If you suck at telling stories, and if you do you know it, your first step should be to eliminate the above “sins”. Try it for your next story and let me know how it works out for you. Just get to the point when you do!