Hey everyone! After this idea got such a great response during last month’s Be a Better Blogger challenge, I decided to bring it back as a Bloggiesta challenge! Do you have a blogging schedule? I don’t mean keeping track of when posts are going to be published – that’s an editorial calendar and a totally different thing. The two terms are often used interchangeably but have little in common. Aside from hitting publish, what other work goes into your blog? Social media posting, reviewing, cross-posting, browsing NetGalley, contacting authors, and more. That’s all a part of blogging, as well, and […]
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Welcome to week 2 of The Weekly Write-Up! I hope everyone had a Merry Christmas, Happy end of Hanukkah, etc. Jump to: It’s My Life On the Blog Links I Lurve It’s My Life It’s been a pretty relaxing week. I was off work the whole time, since I had a ton of unused vacation time. I think I only worked five or six days in December, and now I’m off until January 5. 🙂 I spend a shit load of time watching Sons of Anarchy on Netflix, and I’m almost finished the series in just a few weeks. :O […]
Welcome to day 30 of #BookBlogWriMo! WE DID IT! Gah! I’m so excited/sad. Today is the last month of #BookBlogWriMo, and I’m SO proud of myself and everyone else who stuck with it until the end! I haven’t officially collected feedback (peeps that did it: watch out for an email with a survey link soon), but I already have people talking about doing it again, wanting to co-host, and basically making me feel really good for starting this challenge I feel like I’ve really grown as a blogger in the past month. On days when it was 11:30 and I really […]
So who else has ever watched your favorite authors participate in NaNoWriMo and thought, “That sounds like fun! If I could write a novel…which I probably can’t.” I mean, I’m trying. But there’s no possibility that I, Brittany, could have a finished draft of a book 45-ish days from today. However, one thing I totally could do is blog more. I post a lot, but I’m trying to post more original content instead of cover reviews and release day launches. I like writing blog posts, and want to do more of it. That’s how I got to #BookBlogWriMo.