So as you may or may not know, my educational background is in the literary arts. And in 2006, a few years after graduating from college, I wrote my first book. Since then, I have added three more to that list. However, the newest isn’t a literary work but rather a visual showcase of artistic photography. And the next one will be an SEO guide.
I’d like to that this posting opportunity to provide a little detail on each of my books, starting with the most recent.
A yet untitled SEO guide for simple and effective website promotion.
This is a visual piece focused on my work with model photography and showcasing several creative images built around the art.
“Making Beautiful Photography: A Guide for the Novice and the Enthusiast”
This publication (available in e-book format only) seeks to help those who have a passion for digital photography by offering basic photography tips and tricks that are sure to improve anyone’s understanding of this visual art.
“Shadows and Shade”
This book centers on the emotions and circumstances that we all come to experience at some point in our lives.
In the amalgamation of three sections, the reader will be taken on a journey through the stages of life, the daily challenges of our world and the mysteries of our very own minds.
Writing is writing…
is something you might hear when the different styles and genres of this skill are part of a discussion. However, one thing is for sure, such a statement could only be made by a non-writer.
The fact is, there are many different types of writing, virtually all of which have their own distinct characteristics. Of course, it would be very difficult to cover all of these in a single post or even a series of posts. That being the case, I’ll delve into the differences between three genres below to give this bog’s readers an idea of what I’m talking about.
Let’s take these three:
Perhaps the easiest way to distinguish between them is to do so in a chart:
The bottom line
All types of writing are not created equal and involve a particular set of skills.
If you’ve read the title of this post, you’re probably thinking “yeah right!”
As a small-business owner, I try everything I can think of using white hat techniques to promote my work among photographers in Pittsburgh PA. And, my true belief is that businesses, and websites, especially the small ones, need to help each other out to thrive.
So, here’s the deal. If you have decent quality content that you’d like to have featured on a high ranking PR 6 site, I can provide the forum for you.
Content can be anything regarding the following broad categories:
Any type of art (i.e. photography, graphic design, painting, performing…)
Poetry and literature
Subcultures (especially body modification, goth and emo)
Leave a comment or feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or prospective content.