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How To: Find and Set up Share Tabs on WordPress

Originally posted on Plaisted Publishing House:
Yes I know there are tutorial for WordPress about how to use and improve your websites & blogs (especially for beginners. The tutorials are brilliant and informative. It is a great place to start your journey. Here is a tutorial link to various things you may want to learn…

Want to Increase Your Traffic? Join #SundayBlogShare!

Originally posted on Suzie Speaks:
In November 2014 I started a hashtag – #SundayBlogShare – that allowed bloggers to share their links and meet new people. It was not a new idea, I had been participating in similar link ups hosted by other bloggers throughout the year, but I found it to be really useful…

Useful Twitter Hashtags for Bloggers

Originally posted on Suzie Speaks:
What is a Hashtag? A hashtag, put simply, is a label or category that allows others to find something within a specific theme or content and are primarily used on Twitter and Instagram. Once you have copied a URL or used the share button on a post, hashtags can be…

SWAPPING GENRES by Andrew Richardson

Mystery Thriller Week I approached writing โ€˜The Door into Warโ€™ with some trepidation. On one hand, itwas a story I wanted to write with a plot I was pleased with. On the other hand, myprevious novels have all been firmly squarely horror or historical fantasy genres. Writinga time travel thriller was a complete change for […]

Meeting Your Online Blogging Friend In Real Life – The Key Stages #MondayBlogs #BloggingGals

Meeting Your Online Blogging Friend In Real Life – The Key Stages #MondayBlogs #BloggingGals

Originally posted on BlondeWriteMore:
You can build some great connections online with other bloggers. With some blogging connections it can feel like you have found your online Best Friend Forever (BFF), even though you’ve never actually met face to face. Meeting your online BFF in real life can get a little crazy. As I have…

Do you think it’s easy to find a book reviewer?

Originally posted on Jean's Writing:
Hate to be the bearer of bad news, but it’s not! Some writers/bloggers indicate it’s easy to locate willing reviewers. I’m here to tell you it is not. No not easy at all. I’m not sure if finding reviewers is different that finding people to review a children’s book.…

Do you have a favorite point of view?

Originally posted on Jean's Writing:
In what POV do you write? Which do you prefer, 1st, 2nd or 3rd? Image source I find that most of the time I gravitate toward 1st, especially when writing children’s books. But sometimes I let the character pick. Sound crazy? Sometimes I think so. But if I start…

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