How to structure your writing and reference correctly. Whether you are writing an academic essay or an article for your blog here is a simple structure that you can use. Using this will help clarify your posts and excel in all your writing. Post / Essay Title Every essay title should contain an explicit or implicit … Continue reading The Perfect Structure for the Perfect Post
Part Two — Days 11–20 For those, that read my first Post Everyday for 30 Days post here is my next update. I have now started working full time so things have become a little more difficult over the last ten days. Despite this, I am still progressing well and haven’t missed one day. So twenty … Continue reading Post Every Day For 30 Days
I recently wrote a post about my journey into writing. My journey into blogging has not been so organised. Firstly I have no idea when I started blogging. I would estimate about ten years ago. None of those blogs still exist. For as long as I can remember I have written book reviews. In the dark … Continue reading Journey Into Blogging
Is it best to concentrate on 2 or 3 social media platforms or have a presence on all? That was the question I asked many writers this week. The resounding answer was yes, concentrate on a few. Not something I was prepared for. I was inspired, by some writers saying, they have no social media … Continue reading Why I Am Deleting Half My Social Media
'Tell Us Ten Things About Yourself.' I was recently asked by a friend on Medium to take part in the posts 'Tell Us Ten Things About Yourself.' For all my followers I thought it would be something nice to share with you all. Thank you to both Elle Fredine and Terrye Turpin for tagging me in this. 1) My Main … Continue reading My Hidden Talent
Reading is subjective. Readers bring their own feelings and past experience to any book they pick up. Hence each reader will have a different experience with your book. The subjective nature of reading guarantee’s you can not please all the readers, all the time. As authors, we strive for the positive reviews and dread … Continue reading The subjective nature of reading is an encouragement for all authors.