First of all, I want to thank EVERYONE who's helped make this a successful launch! Whether you were drawn here from the posting in "AFTER MIDNIGHT", or from one of the ads on various web sites, thank you for taking a few minutes to look things over. I hope you'll be back for repeat visits!
As the "Welcome" message at the top of the right-hand column says, I'm welcoming submissions on this site. As noted, please send them to the e-mail link in the message, and please put the word "Submissions" in your title line. You don't need to be an acknowledged expert, but I would hope you'd at least know what you're talking about. Hope to hear from you soon...
While we're waiting, here are a few links to sites that say they can help your writing skills:
Read a valuable RSS Feeds & Blogging Tutorial at Web Site101 Small Business Ecommerce Tutorial.
http://www.problogger.net/archives/2005/12/30/tens-tips-for-writing-a-blog-post/[Problogger.net has plenty of help for newbies; check it out]
http://www.instigatorblog.com/5-blog-writing-tips-to-get-more-comments/2006/10/04/ [though written from a monitization perspective, there are still good tips in this entry]
http://scalzi.com/whatever/004023.html [John Scalzi has a "Damn The Torpedoes!" style, but his points on writing are all well taken]
http://www.alistapart.com/articles/writebetter [Dennis Mahoney's post requires reading to glean all his insights. Good reading is a key skill in developing good writing skills...]
http://tojou.blogspot.com/2006/10/tips-for-blog-writing.html [An older link, still working as of writing, for more tips]
If you feel that none of these are helpful, a good Internet search should connect you with something you'll find useful.