AU - SS2k14 for ainokiseki Despite the cold, they had been out for a walk on the night before Christmas Eve. Though the snow had been coming down much heavier earlier that day, it now fell slow and thin, like a powder. They kept their hands stuffed in the pockets of an excessively warm coat, the hood pulled over their eyes to keep the weather as far away as possible. The walk was a good idea at first, but they realized a little late that they were hating this.More Like This
Eventually they noticed another track in the snow. Undoubtedly human, although with shallower, rounder tracks surrounding them. They were recent, otherwise they would have been covered by now, right? Not thinking much more into it, they found they began to walk in the prints that were there already, staring at their feet as they walked.
Not soon after, they noticed a small, roundish creature, fluffed up slightly around its center. It seemed excited to see them, bouncing over and rolling around them. Curious, they k
Attention, don't give away your work!If possible please this news article so that more people can see it and be wary, thank you!More Like This
This week I received messages from two different people (through Etsy and Storenvy) offering to make a review of my work. They splattered huge statics, like having millions of instagram followers, popularity, or having done it before and making people famous. Of course, their generosity was conditioned by me agreeing to send them some of my work for free. While I don't object the concept of reviewing someone's work, I worry that this has become a popular way of scamming artisan crafters to give away their work for free with promises of exposure and increasing their sales. I wanted to write this journal to tell everyone to be careful, specially if you're just starting your business and struggling to get noticed, it may sound tempting but you should never give away your hard work!
One of them was even more blunt and said that he could write a positive review of my work just by