Tag Archive | tips

12 Ways to Blog Better

A dozen ways you can make your blog reach your audience.

Eating My Frog Daily

Eating My Frog Daily

Writing daily is a challenge for parents with a full time job but it need not be one or the other!

10 Emotional Hurdles for the Newbie Writer #writers #amwriting

Originally posted on BlondeWriteMore:
As a newbie writer I am constantly trying to jump over emotional hurdles in order to progress. I am calling them hurdles  because if you don’t jump them you will end up falling down and hurting your writer self. They are emotional  because each one has the potential to bring on tears…

4 Assumptions that Help Authors Fail

Originally posted on The Published Author:
? 10 years ago, only one book out of every ten would succeed. And by succeed, I don’t mean bestseller. These books would earn out the advance for the author and probably get in a little more on the royalty, they would earn the publisher a small profit (yeah,…

Three NEVERS of Social Media for Writers

Three NEVERS of Social Media for Writers

Originally posted on Kristen Lamb's Blog:
These three professional blunders can hang on like the smell of dead fish and stink up our author career, so avoid them at all cost. I understand that many of you who follow this blog are new, so if you’ve made one of these mistakes, you’re learning. We all…

How do I get more followers on my blog?

How do I get more followers on my blog?

Originally posted on My thoughts on a page.:
Why are some blogs more successful than others? Where do they get all their followers, page views and visitors? Why do some wonderful writers have so few followers, while others with less well written blogs have  so many? Most new bloggers will google this endlessly, (probably second…

#Read about Guest #Aspiring #Author DeAnna Ross

#Read about Guest #Aspiring #Author DeAnna Ross

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
Finding Success Doing What You Love (It was an Apple IIe.) The pale keys against my stubby fingers were cool and smooth. I looked in wonder at the greenish screen. My friend Pam was the luckiest girl in the whole world to have access to…