Diary Of A Young Writer August Updates include authors who have inspired me and why you should read if you’re struggling to write. Seriously check out these two blogs and let me know your thoughts and opinions! Click on the blog pictures or links below to see the full blogs or alternatively, click here to see all of my blogs at Diary Of A Young Writer.
Are you a writer, author or/and a reader? Are you trying to build your social media presence? Are you trying to learn more about the writing industry? Then check out the Diary Of A Young Writer July Updates below! Click on the blog pictures or the links below to see the full blogs.
June updates for Diary Of A Young Writer include My Average Writing Day for anyone who is interested in knowing what it is like to work as a young writer, and in keeping with Halloween which is just around the corner, Writing Villains. Check out all my blogs at Diary Of A Young Writer by clicking here. As always, click on the blog pictures below to view the full blogs and please get in touch! I would love to know your thoughts and opinions :).
Apologies for being so quiet on here, but I’ve been so busy elsewhere that sadly my reading time has been short, so I’ve got no new book reviews for you just yet.
However, for all you aspiring writers out there, check out my other blog ‘Diary of a Young Writer’ presented by Outlet Publishing. http://blog.outletpublishinggroup.com/
April updates cover writing mistakes, how to do tax, opening and closing lines and some of my all time favourite books. Click on the blogs below to see the full blog.
I haven’t really posted much recently, so I thought I would just post a quick update to let you all know that (breaks into song) I’m still here… FYI Goo Goo Dolls.
Basically, I’ve been busy helping the family out with projects and whatnot, and the books that I’ve been desperately trying to read are just not grabbing my attention. I don’t know what it is, but I’m finding most of the books I’ve picked up lately to be tedious and mind-numbing. I’m hoping this phase (if it is a phase) will pass, but I’m waiting for a book to blow me away so I can tell you all about it!
Anyhow I’m still here, still reading, still writing, still working…
If you want to find out more about the publishing industry and/or are interested in writing, you can check out my blog series for Outlet Publishing; Diary of a Young Writer here.
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Thanks for reading and I hope I’ll have a new book review for you soon!
Calling all aspiring and current writers and authors!
Are you struggling to create a character? Wondering what to write? Or are you finding it difficult to be inspired?
Interested in finding out about the publishing industry? Or how to cope as a writer? Or how to avoid mistakes that will turnoff your readers and publishers?
Check out the Diary Of A Young Writer, hosted by the Outlet Publishing Group (A UK based platform which aims to support new writers) http://blog.outletpublishinggroup.com/. Here you will find all sorts of advice and information, typed from the fingertips of a young and new author (ME), who is experiencing the trials and tribulations of writing and publishing a book right now!
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Do you want to know more about becoming an author? Are you struggling to understand the publishing industry? Would you like a new author’s embarrassingly honest perspective?
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Blogging is only a small part of building a strong online presence, but it is very important, particularly for aspiring new writers. Even the famous authors like J.K. Rowling, Stephen King and John Green to name a few, all of them have excellent online presences. It’s no secret, and it’s proving to be very effective, authors are embracing the online world and communicating with their fans more now than ever. Sadly, the hermit lifestyle some writers aspire for is no longer realistic.
If you are writing a book or want to write a book then blogging and writing go hand in hand. New writers should be reading others books as much as possible. You will pick up techniques, styles and ideas from other authors, your grammar and vocabulary will improve too. You will also realise what reads well and what doesn’t. So since you’re reading books anyways, why not write a blog about them?
There are a number of book blogs out there, popular ones like The Indie View and The Write Practice, and some great ones I have come across like annathebibliophile and bibliopearl. There are lots of book related and writing blogs out there, so I recommend that you go and have a look at them.
Still interested in starting a blog?