Would you recognize a $600 haircut if you passed one on the street? Would you pay $600 for a haircut if you could? This was the question asked on ABC’s 20/20 one night in their episode True Confessions (click here to view the episode). Many of us would no doubt express shock at such a price tag. “Six HUNDRED dollars for a HAIRCUT?? Good heavens…that’s
For several years now I’ve wanted to try out Scrivener. I’ve heard so much about it and know so many writers who swear by it sissy clothes. This year I finally did it. What prompted me to do it was starting work on a solo fiction project. Every time I opened up Google Docs, I felt like Wendi should be there. My mind was in collaborate mode.
Every now and then, while working on a project, you’ll reach a point where you’re banging your head against the keyboard. Nothing is working. Creativity has taken a nose dive into the abyss. The client keeps telling you, “That’s not it.” You can’t find the glitch in the code. The colors aren’t right, the story is a hot mess…and you’re wondering why you thought this
In an earlier post we asked if you were ready for your own website. But what if you have a website already and you want to know if you’ve outgrown it? Websites are like hermit crabs. As the hermit crab grows, it has to keep changing out its shell in order to survive. Your website is no different. A free site like Blogger or WordPress.com
What comes to mind when you hear “Marsala”? Do you think of chicken? Perhaps if you’re a movie buff like me you may think of Ben Hur…no, wait…that was Messala, close enough but Ben’s adversary was neither a tasty poultry dish, nor was he the hot topic on the catwalks, no matter how spiffy he looked in his toga. Nope, I’m not talking about
We have a secret here at Blue Sun Studio. Like most services, this one sprung up to fill a particular need for our clients. After we did the first one, we looked at it and thought, hey, you know, this isn’t such a bad idea. Let’s offer it all the time. But before I do that, let me ask you a few questions about your
Seriously, what would you do? Wendi and I often toss this around. You have to admit, this is a pretty big “what if”. So many of us are reliant on Facebook to stay in touch with our friends, clients and audience. Up until a few years ago, site communities were grown on the site itself in the comments section. It wasn’t unusual to get 100+