I promise I will return to my World Builder series next week, but I thought today I’d discuss writing competitions and why you should be entering them!
This week’s guest post is an interview with writer Trevor Williams, who is currently working on his first novel. Enjoy
Happy Thursday guys! Time for another Blogger Series post. Today’s topic is about using your stats to help make improvements to your blog.
Happy Thursday! Ready for another Blogger Series post? Well, before we get to that, I had an awesome surprise recently when I found out that my blog was mentioned as one of the Top 10 UK Writing Blogs (criteria included Google ranking, quality & consistency of posts etc).
This made me so happy and not just because I got a cool award graphic (see my sidebar). I want to say a big thank you to all my readers and followers, I am so glad you enjoy this blog and I look forward to making many more posts 😀
Okay, enough of that, on with the regular schedule. Today’s topic is about engagement. All my previous blogging articles are listed under Tutorials in the Blogger Series section.
If you’ve been writing for a while, you probably know that sometimes we writers have a habit of reusing the same words over and over throughout our manuscripts. This is especially common for those of us who write sporadically.
Catching this pesky overused words not only tightens up our manuscript but by identifying them helps us to proactively stop (over)using them.
Welcome back to my Blogger Series, where every Thursday I upload a post with information and tips for those who are interested in starting their own blog. This week’s post is about things you might want to know before starting your blog.
It’s Thursday, so that means it’s time for a new Blogger Series article. In case you missed it, I now also blog on Thursdays, discussing topics around blogging to help people who are considering starting a blog as well as tips for getting the most from your blog.
Welcome back to another Monday Marketing post. Today I’m going to talk about why I think you should be creating Book Aesthetics for your stories (and not just because they are so much fun).
In case you missed it, I am now dedicating the last friday of every month to a Question of the Month. I look forward to seeing your answers in the comments 🙂