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I think it was the first time that as I writer I really felt out of my comfort zone; it was also the first time I’d ever said, ‘I don’t think I can write this story.
It’s time to take internet security into our own hands, and start to inbox a bit cleverer.
I cheer and whoop and holler for other writers’ success; and when I do, I mean it. I genuinely mean it. But I find myself constantly comparing myself to others and how they are doing. Social media doesn’t help with that. Knowing how many followers and likes and comments etc that others have can give me a false sense of triumph and needless disappointment.
Whatever you do with your “About” page, make sure you have one. If someone visits your blog, they’ll want to know who’s behind the writing.
Even though many of us share a very similar Christmas experience, we don’t all have identical ones. Every family has their quirky traditions, or ‘interesting’ relatives, or creative table plan and there’s always the unorthodox addiction to the ‘stuffing recipe’.
Publishing was not something I planned on and I certainly didn’t intend to go through the tremendous amount of work that I know authors do, to get their book in front of agents and publishers.
I decided at the beginning of 2013 that I would work hard on my writing, take it seriously and take every opportunity I could get.
Annmarie Miles joins us again for another month with the Writer’s Fun Zone. In today’s article she discusses her journey as a writer from her blogging days forward, and her decision to self-publish. Enjoy! ***...
There are many blogging challenges out there. If you want to flex your blogging muscles there’s plenty going on.