About Joe Warnimont

I am a writer, marketing expert and adventure seeker. I help people write, market their writing, live truthfully and embrace their lives through creativity. You can find me riding my bike around the streets of Chicago. Follow me on Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus.

Theodore Roosevelt: A Voracious Reader Who Tore Out Pages Until Done

After reading the The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt, a particular excerpt stood out to me that relates to all writers, regardless of whether or not you make money or simply scribble down words for enjoyment. It all starts with framing who Theodore Roosevelt actually was, tying in the fact that he’s considered one of the most eccentric, “common man” […]

100+ Best WordPress Themes for Writers, Authors and All Scribblers

A crucial step in the writing process–whether for fun or to make money–is launching a website/blog and either practicing or selling your work on that site. Whether a full-time freelance writer, burgeoning poet, wandering travel writer or a hobbyist who simply wants to share some thoughts, the internet is your friend for gaining an audience. Luckily, […]

Losers Get Started Early: Charles Schulz on Childhood Sadness and Dentists

Minneapolis filled with great hope for the future and I asked a certain girl to marry me. When she turned me down and married someone else, there was no doubt that Charlie Brown was on his way. Losers get started early.Charles Schulz Charlez Shulz never considered himself a writer. In fact, he willingly accepted the view […]

The Ultimate List of Writing Apps for iPad to Mobilize Your Creativity

I’ve always been an Android guy, but it seems like just about everyone I know owns an iPad, so I tend to fiddle around on their devices and figure out interesting ways to log ideas and make myself a tad more productive, in terms of writing. Since my girlfriend lets me tinker quite a bit, […]

Amazon Click-Through Chaos: Thanksgiving Edition

I’d like to wish a Happy Thanksgiving to all writers out there. This is just a quick roundup talking about the past few weeks of Amazon click-throughs on my website. Thank you to everyone who has supported my writing over the past few years. Enjoy the turkey! The Most Interesting Items Bought Fire HD 6 […]

12 Moments That Completely Changed My Writing Career

I’ve gone through various moments throughout my writing career, but some of them hurt or helped a little more than the others. A big break with a client, a trip to California to interact with nature or an overall disdain for my desk job–they all helped in their own special way. So, I wanted to share […]

A Scrivener Chromebook Guide with Linux

The first Chromebook I bought was about a year ago, and the first thing I realized was that I couldn’t put Scrivener on it. There were Scrivener Chromebook guides online, and most of them talked about installing the Linux operating system, but even after that my processor wasn’t able to support Scrivener. So, I recently bought […]

A Trello Review for the Simplest of Organization

I use several different software options when it comes to collaboration and organizing to-do lists, but a freelance client of mine introduced me to Trello a few months ago, and it is taking over my freelance operation. I not only started to notice that many freelancers are using Trello, but numerous articles are popping up […]

Why You Shouldn’t Take Pride in Your Work

I’ve always maintained the idea that it’s best to not take pride in your work. This is a quote I stated in a recent interview I completed for the Lift App Author Series. I want to outline the meaning of this quote and explain exactly why I think that the idea of taking pride in your […]

Amazon Click-Through Chaos – Halloween Edition

Alright it’s time for Amazon Click-Through Chaos, where I highlight the coolest items and books that people have bought after clicking through my Amazon link. Basically, you click-through on the Amazon button (below) and do your regular shopping and I get a little kick back (no extra charge for you). It’s nice for when you learn […]