Time is always a factor and that goes for readers too. So, make it easy for followers to follow. Here are 7 ways to keep followers following, but the most important thing is to faithfully respond in kind and don’t take anything for granted. (The following is a post from WordPress forum: Most WordPress themes … More The 7 Essential Website Elements
Originally posted on A Teacher's Reflections:
I posted on my blog yesterday, “A Gift of Charlotte’s Web.” As I scrolled down to print a hard copy (yes, I have a hard copy of every blog post- it’s wonderful), I looked at the three suggested readings of similar posts. One was titled, “Death and Dying and…
It happened in a small farming community in the northwestern part of Connecticut that also included a large forest preserve, a once glacial river, now a bubbling brook, a lake, and a spring-fed pond. The community’s roots began in 1680, as The Salmon Brook Settlement that … More A Short, Short Story, Fire in the Sky or The Black Bear and Me!
By Writer Digest contributor, Helga Schier, PhD, Editor, Guest Column | March 16, 2015 This guest blog is written by Helga Schier, PhD, former Big Five editor and founder of With Pen and Paper, an independent editorial services firm. With over 20 years of experience in the (self-)publishing industry. For more information, visit http://www.withpenandpaper.com Aim … More The Top 10 Elements of a Book People Want to Read!
Here is the New Ad with changes made as suggested by my artist bloggers (and thank you so much – Ad now greatly improved) Thank you to the following Bloggers who made great suggestions to improve my Ad: Julia at http://www.juliasatu.com suggested (wisely) 1. Put quotations around Writer’s Digest comments! (Perhaps I need another grammar course!) 2. … More Changes Made To Ad! Thank You Bloggers!
Originally posted on charles french words reading and writing:
(https://pixabay.com) I do not usually deal with anything political on this site, but our times have become so extreme that I cannot pretend that writing and politics are disconnected in any way. Writers must speak our conscience. Regarding President Trumps’s budget plan to make drastic cuts…
I was an art major my first year in college, so I considered that perhaps, “be that as it may”, I should “give it a go” to use “Paint Box” and “practice makes perfect”, so… I am doing my own twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, and WordPress Advertising, just to see if I can do it, for … More An Art Experiment: Designing My Own Ads for Garrett’s Bones
Writer’s Digest, guest post is by Chuck Wendig. Wendig is the New York Times bestselling author of Star Wars: Aftermath, as well as the Miriam Black thrillers, the Atlanta Burns books, and the Heartland YA series, alongside other works across comics, games, film, and more. A finalist for the … More 15 Ways to Earn Your Audience as a Writer
Originally posted on johncoyote:
I can show you God A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just thoughts and things to ponder on I can show you God The great search for God is fruitless for some. I knew a woman from Santa Cruz. We sat together often drinking hot and tasty coffee on the Santa…
By: Writer’s Digest, David Corbett, Award Winning Author and Guest Columnist, Author of The Art of Character The difference between writing emotion and writing feeling is more one of degree than kind. Feeling is emotion that has been habituated and refined; it is understood and can be used deliberately. I know how I feel about … More Emotion vs. Feeling: How to Evoke More from Readers