You may already recognize LynnKK from her recent Review Lens of the Day, but we thought you might like to get to know her better. You’ll learn a lot from her lenses and even more from our interview. Enjoy!
What brought you to Squidoo? I had done some editing and writing on another site over a year ago and a fellow editor/writer mentioned Squidoo. I signed up about a year ago but was a little intimidated and did not complete any lenses. Since then I began to get a craving to do some writing of my own. I do have freelance clients and enjoy writing for them but I was thinking about doing something more personal. I decided to give Squidoo a try.
Many already know you from your cool green radio, and some know about your quest to create a family cookbook. What other topics are coming up on your to-make-a-lens-about list? I may highlight some of the products I seem to buy constantly from Amazon — you know, those things you just can’t live without and suddenly your local store just doesn’t carry them anymore. Fortunately I have had luck finding many of these things on Amazon. But why DO they stop making some things!?! Arrgh!
Some more recipes — I am thinking something having to do with lemon. I love lemon!
Maybe something about youth to college sports — I have one son who has the dream to play college hockey and is working hard in the Junior Hockey system now that he has graduated from high school. The whole deal has been an eye opener.
I may talk to some of my clients to see if a lens on Squidoo might work with their marketing plans.
What can Squidoo do for you? It has already given me quite a creative outlet — just finished another lens on M.F.K. Fisher. Reading her prose inspires me to write more of my own. I would also like to dabble in creating my own blog — it seems like both I and Squidoo could profit from a cooperative linking arrangement there. I cannot tell a lie — it would be great to receive a little income from this as well. I am paid well by some clients, but I realize we all need lots of jelly beans in the candy dish.
It also seems like there is a sense of community at Squidoo — I would enjoy that, Big world out there — very nice to meet and share with writers from all over.
Thanks for the opportunity!