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Ten things to blog about when you're a brand new writer.
And with all the advices given to any new author looking for publication, he has listened the most: Create an audiences around your work. I' m willing to put all my money on Seth Godin's advices to writers: In early 2017, when I had just begun working with new authors, I met a customer who is an up-and-coming author who wanted to release his work.
The discussion soon turned to public construction for the author. I asked him about his publicity activities and his blogs adress. "I have not yet been released. He asked, "What would I even be posting? He made me ask a group of literary artists on Facebook, and the responses were totally surprising.
An astounding 49% of prospective composers said they had not opened their writer account. All other 51% had little or no knowledge of how to use the benefits of digital content. That was just dope. Of all the emerging contributors who responded to the survey, about 65% had their own blog and only 15 out of 185 (8%!) actually posted on their blog each year.
This is not a big issue for non-fiction authors who already have (under most circumstances) regularly maintained weblogs. The big issue is always, 10 things you can write about before you get started or while you're typing your book: To write a literary text is tough work and authors go through a series of issues, concerns and feelings while they do it.
And the best thing you can write about is your trip as an author. You can use a free website such as www.canva.com or www.picmonkey.com to create a post-image, include your abstract and related royalty-free artworks (or your own artwork) and publish it on your site. When you plan to submit your work to literature magazines, full contributions to a bloog or via various forms of public service are considered "published" works.
Please note that most literature magazines will regard this as an "earlier published" work and will refuse your entry before they even look through it. Even many conventional publishing houses do not like making offerings for "previously published" works. What is their history and what are they doing in your work? Review and opinions.
It is always good to have a review of books, poems or items you have seen in a mag. They' re the tense position that scholar and scholar on hooks at when you stronghold supplying them with crisp appraisal. Don't be worried that the book/article is an old or new version, just give us your sincere feedback and posting.
Use your blogs as a journaling tool. Don't just make your own blogs about typing. There are four contributions for each, followed by a comment and a comment. Describe about a new travelling adventure or a writer's meeting you may have attended. If you found a selection of interesting items during the course of the month, a fast posting might be useful, especially at periods when you don't have enough free or don't want to contribute fully.
Logging is the mix of useful contents and consistence. You should publish your articles on a regular and frequent basis so that your reader expects it. If you have no more suggestions and need some free space to find new materials, a short link curatorial listing can be post so that there is not too much space between two post.
This is the inspirational work on the covers. When you come across a covers that attracts your interest, speak about it in your own diary. And if you are a graphics designer, you can make a positive comment. Raising the profiles of other authors, journalists, agencies and designer working in the sector is always a good way to sharpen your own image.
An interview with an editor can do three things: it provides your reader with refreshing, useful information, it has the power to make a name for itself and make contact in the market. That'?s why you worked so harder on your own blogs. It is a little disputed, considering that a first writer may not be able to give advices on how to write, but it should not stop you.
This post is very useful for other authors who may be going through the same fights and your post could be exactly what they are looking for. It is not particularly hard to educate the public. Aside from your own messaging channel, creating a strong fan base for your blogs, from those who like what you have, will ensure that you have a fellowship that will be ready for you when your story is out.
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