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Guest post by Shannon Magsam.
When I went on maternity leave from the newspaper where I was a reporter, I wasn’t sure if I would go back to work or stay home with my new daughter.
I left the door open. Then, after she was born, it closed tight. As a writer, I figured I could cobble together a decent annual salary with freelance work.
After my three-month leave, my first stop for work-at-home job options was the newspaper I had just resigned from. It felt a little weird, but they were gracious and said they were glad to have me. I happily continued writing a weekly lifestyle piece where I interviewed local married couples about how they met. I also picked up other work for the paper, including a food feature and profiling our region’s version of the rich and famous.
Later, I added work for a local PR firm (which my newspaper friends joked was “the dark side”) and started writing press releases for a large retailer.
Some months, the different
I know some pretty awesome Arkansas bloggers that I think you might like to follow. Here’s one that is particularly unique.
1. First, what is your blog and what it is about?
That Cover Girl is my little hobby-blog-home on the Internet that’s dedicated to YA (young adult) book cover art. You’ll find cover art I love, loath, and interviews with designers, art directors, illustrators, photographers, and authors. Book reviewers critique the inside of books; I just like to critique their faces.
2. What’s your story? How did you come to be a blogger?
When I was in college, I started a (groan) Xanga site. I’d post
If you are woman and a blogger in Arkansas you should know about this site. It’s a gathering place for locals and it’s a great place to get support, make friends and learn new things.
Your first stop after hitting the home page should be the blogger directory.