Category Archives: Social Media

Ten reasons why you shouldn’t have an author blog. Or, managing your expectations

I firmly believe that authors should have a blog, even if only updated on a weekly basis, as part of their website so if you didn’t see my last post about that then do pop along and do that. I’m … Continue reading

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Nine reasons why if you’re a writer then you almost certainly need a blog

Last week I claimed that writers should blog as part of their social media activities and was planning to move on to talking about recent changes in blogging, whether writers should make use of them and how they could do … Continue reading

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Why writers need to blog and why it doesn’t need to be scary…

Authors are regularly told by their agents and their publishers that she should be using social media to promote their book. That’s good advice and in the past I’ve given plenty of talks to authors, publishers and booksellers about how … Continue reading

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How I blog now.

After almost a decade of churning out words on the interwebz, I’ve been looking at how my personal style of blogging has changed. I began way back in 2006, when LiveJournal was still relatively common for those who wanted to … Continue reading

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