Sitemap - 2020 - Sharon Hurley Hall's Newsletter

’Tis the Season to Fight Racism

New Year, New Newsletter Platform

Racism in November — Elections and Reflections

Freelance Writers, Are You Looking After Your Mental Health?

Asked and Answered: 8 Questions From New Freelance Writers

In October, Racism Isn’t Over

How to Make Your Writing Biz a Client Magnet

6 Writing Biz Lessons From Star Trek’s Mr. Spock

How to Encourage Prospective Clients to Engage With You Online

Hey! Did Someone Reinvent Email?

Sometimes It’s Hard to be a Woman (on Social Media)

Soulmate Saga: How I Met My Husband

September, Remember (To Be Anti-Racist)

The Writer Who Should Never Have Been

Revisiting Trinidad, My Childhood Home

Why I’m More Than Content With Contently

Tired of the Hashtags of Death

Why I Don’t Need to be a Know-It-All Writer

Are You and Your Writing Clients Speaking the Same Language

Done By Disney

Why We Might Lose The War on Corona

Two Weeks on Substack

Building the Dream

We Will Not Be Silenced

B is for Barbados … and for Bureaucracy

Planning Our Dream

A Dream Too Far?

Sharon's writings and doings

Upping the Ante on Anti-Racism

Shining the Light on Content Creation

Outnumbered!

Heading to a Wedding

How To Fight Your Freelancing Fears

How I Fell Out of Love With Writing

Adventures in Venezuela

Why I Started a Substack Newsletter

Amplification in Action

5 Tips on Helping Clients to Value Your Writing Services

4 Ways to Change the Conversation on Writing

Writing About Racism While Black

Now What, Medium?

Why Real Writers Cost Money

Blogging in the “Olden Days”

Beyond Sticker Shock

Writers, Who Decides Your Worth? Only You!

Becoming an Anti-Racist Writer

Why You Need to Use Images in Content Marketing

Allyship and The Language of Antiracism

Writing About Racism on Medium and Elsewhere

Stranded in Florida During a Hurricane

Been There, Written That

Reading Racism — 4 Stories That Inspired Me

Best Stories of Sharon Hurley Hall on Medium

Getting to Know Sharon

I’m Tired (of Racism)

Let’s Not Pretend That Normal Was Working For Everyone

How to be productive when working from home

There are no rules, but be kind