How To Survive Blogging With A Small Following #Blogging #Blogs #Bloggers

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Growing a blog from scratch is tough. Keeping yourself motivated about blogging when only a handful of people read your posts is hard. Going to blogging events and meeting bloggers with an eye watering following (the size of a small country) and then comparing your own blog following (the size of a local football team) can […]

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Things You Can Do Instead of Suffering From Writer Jealousy #AmWriting #Writers

This post is for all those amazing writers out there, who are currently riddled with writer jealousy and are sat staring at another writer’s work, with green eyes and a facial expression similar to that of a bulldog chewing a thistle. We all suffer from writer jealousy. Some of us have spent hours staring at […]

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10 Beautiful Things That Can Come From Writing Failure #MondayBlogs #Writers

I have done all sorts of things with writing failure; experienced it, avoided it, ignored it, buried it deep inside of me, tweeted about it, written blog posts about it, moaned about it, cried about it, drank too much wine whilst thinking about it, got down about it, laughed about it, had sleepless nights about […]

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Writer: Why You Need To Become Your Own Cheerleader #SundayBlogShare #ASMSG

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Being a writer isn’t easy. Not only do you have to create, write, edit, revise, shelve, rewrite, deliberate, proof read, format, publish and promote but you also have to learn to cheer yourself on at every stage. *Gasp*. You have to become your own cheerleader and this is a tough one to accept. 

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How to Stop Feeling Ashamed of Old Writing Projects #ASMSG #Writers 

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A few years ago your old writing project was the best thing ever. It put a spring in your step and a twinkle in your eye. At the time of writing this great literary masterpiece you were positive it would be the turning point in your literary career. You spent hours, days, weeks and months […]

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Why Supportive Writing Friends Are Like Lighthouses #MondayBlogs #AmWriting

  There are times when writing is similar to sailing a small boat, across a stormy sea at night. Think of your little boat as your creative project and the angry sea being a mixture of your emotions, your recent literary experiences and your writer demons. You are in total darkness, desperately clinging onto something […]

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Author Interviews – Linda Bradley @LBradleyAuthor #Author #Writer

  Welcome to my weekly blog series – Author Interviews. In this series I interview the authors that inspire and amaze me. I get them to tell me all about their literary journey, the obstacles they overcame when writing their books and their creative process. Today I am super excited as author Linda Bradley has […]

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