First a quick reminder that if you’re serious about upping your game as a travel writer, blogger, or publisher, you’d be wise to sign up for our travel writing newsletter. There’s a new one going out Thursday with some good advice from me, good advice from others, resources, and maybe even a free book for you.
It only comes once a month, so no fear that you’re going to get bugged to death. Sign up here. (You’ll get a free report with travel writing success tools, 8 that I use every month.)
I know we’ve passed the period when everyone is putting up best of the year posts (like the best travel gear of 2012), but since we don’t have an interview scheduled this week, here’s ours.
These were the most clicked-on posts and interviews last year:
The Real Story on Press Trips for Travel Writers
How to Be a Six-figure Freelancer: Interview with Matt Villano
Interview with Edward Readicker-Henderson
From the Editor’s Mouth: Spud Hilton of the San Francisco Chronicle
From the Editor’s Mouth: Kate Appleton of Travel + Leisure
The Four Stages of a Successful Blog
What Does It Take to be a Lonely Planet Writer? Interview with Brice Gosnell
A Conversation with Robert Reid of Lonely Planet
Interview with Jessie Voigts of Wandering Educators
The Cold Hard Truth on Travel Blogging Income
What will rise to the top in 2013? You’ll have to tun in a year from now for that. Meanwhile, Kristin and I will keep bringing you interviews from writers finding their own path to success and the occasional advice or rant from me.
Have a great new year!