He’s looking for someone to run his tumblr, someone who is a fan and knows tumblr quite well. A non-professional.
Here’s the article
I thought I’d just share it, because well, where would you find a fan who knows tumblr, if not on tumblr xD
I often find myself reading way more than I should, both at home, on the road and while working and I’m always itching to write something somewhere. Most of the time due to the convenience size I chose to carry my iPod touch with me everywhere I go —and when the mood strikes, it’s there and it never fails me unless the battery is about to die.
There is life beyond tumblr, there are avenues that will test your wherewithal and spirit, your literary chops, and writing talent. The one thing all of these literary sites I have listed here, will most definitely do is test your courage. If that is too hard on you, and you’re uncomfortable in testing your courage, then I suggest you investigate some of these interesting sites that I have found helpful and useful.
Some have even taken submissions from me, but I am not in any way shape or form endorsing any of them, they all happen to be sites I’ve stumbled across and I’m just passing them along. Have a wonderful day see you all tomorrow.
Currently seeking poetry submissions …
This site is geared more to those interested in movie scripts / television
Aww yeah. It’s a small one that does it for a lot of self-pubbed authors, but hey, it’s better’n nothing, right? Find it here: http://www.theindiespotlight.com/
It’s going up at some point today (May 30th) but I don’t know the exact time. Check it out? And check out the other posts too, never know what might catch your fancy.
- is a blog dedicated entirely to promoting Tumblr writers.
- connects writers to other blogs and websites that may be of benefit to them or their writing.
- occasionally publishes interviews with Tumblr writers.
Writers of Tumblr is also:
- going to be a home to all books published by Tumblr writers (So please, if you are a published author contact us via ask or e-mail.)
If there is something you’d like to see on WoT (be it writing or service improvements), suggestions are welcome and you can send them to our ask box or our e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org