So, I've really neglected Suite lately. The holidays came...uh...and we're trying to redo our kitchen...and...uh... dh really urged me to sign on as webmaster for some friends of ours in a money-making band (no day jobs). I used to do web design, but have been out of it for years, so there's a learning curve for me. Anyway, excuses, excuses...
I wanted to pick y'all's collective brain. I'm a newbie with only 10 articles up and because of my sad state of neglect with respect to Suite matters, I'm going to need to get 10 more articles up really, really, really soon. Aackk! I don't have one specific area of expertise, but I will write across many broader topics, though I wouldn't want to delve into anything super technical. I've had some Home & Style articles (the Where The Wild Things Are
articles that were my money-makers) and a Halloween recipe, too. I've done some children's music reviews, a couple of animal articles, and some flu prevention articles. I've had a few flags, but not too many except in music (which is the thing I'm most qualified to write about
Anyway what I wanted to ask y'all is which editors/sections do you find easiest? I feel kind of sheepish asking that, but I'm just wanting to crank these out with the least amount of flack and greatest amount of speed. I thought the Home & Style articles were pretty easy as far as the editor was concerned and the animal and flu articles didn't get any flags, but did require a bit more research. I have to confess that I don't really find the music editor to be the easiest to work with. He's not particularly responsive and doesn't even have any guidelines as stickies in his forum. Not saying he's a bad editor, but just that he's not the easiest. I'll probably do a music article or two, but am wondering where else to concentrate my efforts.