(Ahem, Amy here. I'm so excited to introduce you all to Pamela from The Picky Bookworm with this guest post on favorite blogging tools. Take it away!....) --- All bloggers have their favorite tools. I can’t think of a single blogger you could find who didn’t have a list of at least 4 tools they use, and why. From automation to newsletters, bloggers have been finding ways to make blogging easier for years. I’ve listed my favorite blogging tools below, and I’ll tell ya, they make my job so much easier!
Sometimes you wake up with your mind completely blank. Other times, you wake up with a serial killer in your head. Welcome to five minutes in the mind of a writer.
My writerly dreams battle against lovable nuisances like a day job (Cha-ching$$$$), family & friends, self-care, and of course household chores. And I have found three strategies that keep me writing even amidst ALL THE THINGS that will squeeze their way into my calendar. I am beyond THRILLED to be featured on Ksenia Anske's blog.… Continue reading 3 practical strategies that keep me hustling
Okay, it can be merry for you if you want. But for me, it will be eerie and creepy and sinister. Muahaha. Want to tell a holiday story (of any genre)? Step out into the wild unknown of someone else's blogspace? Reach a whole new audience with your wondrous words? Join the December blogmas event… Continue reading A not-so-merry blogmas
Olivia J has agreed to share her concerns about ghostwriting here, and you can check out my defense of ghostwriting on her site. What a fun collaboration <3 Read the posts, then join the convo 🙂 "The role of a writer is not to say what we can all say, but what we are unable… Continue reading Guest Post: How Ghostwriting is Hurting the Book World
Today I am stoked to welcome my creative friend Maggie to the blog. Enjoy her post and share your own storyteller journey with us in the comments 🙂 The story of how I became a storyteller goes all the way back to when I was in first grade. Life was easy back then. Days were filled… Continue reading The story of how I became a storyteller
My friend Megan Fatheree has recently started a blog on writing. It's a great concept, using examples of books and movies on how to write plot, setting, an engaging story (and these are just her first few posts!) You can check it out at https://meganfatheree.wordpress.com/ Before you take my word for it though, check out this… Continue reading Short Story: “The Watcher” by Megan Fatheree