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Growing a blog isn’t simple. It takes time, patience, and dedication before others would begin to notice your blog. While I can’t offer you a magic formula that would increase your blog’s popularity overnight, I can at least help you to promote your blog and find new readers.
Here’s what you’ll need to do:
Share a link to your blog (or blog post) that you want to promote in the comments section. To attract more attention, you may include a short and creative description of your blog.
via Learn Fun Facts’ Blog Party: Share Your Blog Here, May 2019
by Katie McCoach
Your fingers hurt. Your eyes burn. You haven’t had anything to drink except coffee for the past few days, weeks, year. You are pretty sure you haven’t slept a full night without dreaming about characters and plot lines.
You are certain you will never type again. Because you finally finished writing the first draft of your novel. Phew!
No matter how many times an author finishes the first draft of a novel, they know this is only the beginning of the writing process. So what do you even do after you write that first draft? What comes next? Where do you even begin the process of revising, rewriting, sharing, and more?
via What to Do After the First Draft
It’s that time of year again: when friends and relatives alike complain that they don’t know what to give the bookworms in their lives. The answer is actually pretty simple: BOOKS.
via 5 Holiday Gift Ideas for the Bookworm in Your Life
Can I cradle you in the nook of my arms? If you were here, would you let me? Hold you I mean? I don’t just want a hug.
via For Those Who Are Sad
Who doesn’t love #Giveaways?
This weekend, you can win #ebooks, swag and giftcards. Be lucky!
via Giveaways galore
It’s time for the Meet and Greet weekend everyone!! Strap on your party shoes and join the fun!
via Meet and Greet: 9/7/18
Do you like to write short stories?
You do … but can you follow a prompt and write a story in 72 hours?
No, it’s not a trick question.
via Revisiting The Writer’s Games