- Does your blog need a little help?
Bryn Donovan, editor, novelist, non-fiction writer, and blogger, shares 25 ideas for blog posts — try them all, or take your pick. Have fun blogging!
National Poetry Month is here. One of the many ways to celebrate April is to take part in the annual April Poem-A-Day Challenge. Catch up!
By the way, posting your poems on your blog throughout April–daily, or almost daily–is bound to give your blog a boost. Ready…Set…Go write poetry!
Image: Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Cup of Chocolate (Femme prenant du chocolat), c. 1912. Oil on canvas, Overall: 21 5/16 x 25 5/8 in. (54.1 x 65.1 cm). BF14. Public Domain.
National Poetry Month is underway. How are you celebrating?
Are you participating in the Poetic Asides Poem-A-Day challenge? If not — catch up!
Remember: if you choose to post your work on PA blog, or your own website/blog — your work will be published. Is it a good thing, or a bad thing? It all depends.
Here’s an agent’s perspective on whether you should post your work online.
Consider the pros and cons of posting, but whatever you decide to do — keep on writing!
Do you post your work online? Has the practice ever affected you negatively? Share in the comments. Enjoyed the post? Press “like” and “share” buttons — thank you.
Got a longer–min. 3 pages, max. 10 pages–poem? Consider submitting it for the Stacy Doris Memorial Poetry Award.
Check out Robert Lee Brewer’s list of 20 best songs for writers and about writing.
“…my doctor said I was going to have to choose between blogging and living to see my next birthday” — Anne R. Allen shares her own blogging ups and downs, so you may have fewer of the latter, and more of the former. Read her post on easy blogging for authors.
Image: Charles Demuth. Musician, 1918. Watercolor and graphite on wove paper, Overall: 10 3/8 x 8 in. (26.4 x 20.3 cm). BF748. Public Domain.
Not enough traffic?
Wondering if you should be blogging at all?
Evaluate your current blogging efforts with help of Jane Friedman.
See why Anne R. Allen’s going back to Blogger.
A great post (and comments thread) on saying no to dogma.
Anne rocks as always.
This works for any type of content.
The man who blogged a book.
That became a bestseller.
That became a movie.
Meet Andy Weir.
Don’t miss Robert Lee Brewer’s 8-part series on better blogging.
As always, Robert is very generous in sharing his knowledge.
Take advantage of his experience.
Start your blog on the right foot.
Take your blog to the next level.