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Email Newsletter Examples – Go WordPress

Like with other creative endeavors, your newsletter creation skills expand when you read newsletters in the first place. But, since so much of the action happens in emails, it’s easy to miss out on examples that could inspire your own newsletter. 24 Awesome Email Newsletter Examples (And What Makes Them Great) – Go WordPress Looking

Helen Fisher

I guess you could say that learning about different personality assessments has been a hobby of mine. I thought about listing them all out for you, but it gets ridiculous. Let’s just say my current favorites are my longest-studied one, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), then another couple that I think about regularly are the

Dialect Practice

Listen to Daws Butler Teaches You Dialects by Mr. Daws Butler on Audible. https://www.audible.com/pd?asin=B004YLSCSS&source_code=ASSORAP0511160006&share_location=pdp This book was the first that I studied for dialects when I started narrating fiction six years ago. I still review it regularly as I am essentially a mimic and listening to Daws Butler for this hour provides good practice for

Free Audiobooks

Hey all! I found a few remaining free audiobook codes to share from my stash. Enjoy! Compatibility Test Death of a Washington Madame Wild Oats The Runabout Thorns of Betrayal Self-Publishing for the Broke Author Mission Driven Help My Job Sucks Freelance Writing Business

Andi Arndt’s Audiobook Agenda

Every little bit I can learn from Andi is a win! She is not kidding about consistency. Narrating an audiobook is a marathon and takes a special kind of person with exquisite stamina and attention to detail in addition to the obvious assets of advanced reading and comprehension ability and a pleasant-sounding voice. It’s a