A Stairway To Hell
This is for a Vocal Social Society Challenge that you can enter here: A Stairway To Hell It has been remarked that while there is only a "Stairway To Heaven" there is a "Highway To Hell" and that the road to Hell is paved with good intentions.
Oh I Forgot - The Benefits Of Vocal's QuickEdit
Introduction I only have one story in Vocal Resource but today I have requested twenty of my stories to be moved to draft so that I can submit them to Resources I will also submit this article, because an observation in a comment from Naomi Gold made me think of a huge benefit of Vocal Quickedit which could only happen with a model like the Vocal one. If you want to find the quote it is in this story and you will realise why I am writing this.
Introduction I'm in another of those periods where I am unable to write. It is slightly weird because there are lots of things going through my head but I just don't know how to put the things together. I was thinking of maybe doing a piece on words, or a story with the theme of being becalmed, and the Brian Eno piece came on the player so that may have influenced me, then there are the two current Vocal challenges "Smooth" and "Identity".
Become A Vocal Facebook Group Member And Bathe In The Positivity
Although this is a positive post about the positivity of being a Vocal Creator, many are attracted by the possible prizes from the Challenges. The bad news is that this is effectively a lottery , you pay your ten dollars a month, you can enter your stories and the chances are it will not even be in the top three no matter how good your story is. However you get paid for reads and the 0.4c a read goes up to almost 0.7c a read for a Vocal+ member. Again the bigger your reader base and following the more you will get but I am not going into that there are plenty of better advisers on getting seen and SEO and here is my own piece. As a Vocal+ member you can withdraw when you hit $20 instead of the $35 for basic Vocal members.
New Teeth For The Old Cog, ANd Traces
Introduction I got an invitation from either Mick or Michelle for this exhibition at The Biscuit Box (I thought it was The Biscuit Factory but it is two buildings down, I should really check things more carefully), this was the Facebook post with information that I should have taken on board before going.