Writing doesn’t have to be a lonely endeavor. Join us for the Indie Block Party to meet your writing “neighbors.”
Participants will have the opportunity to share a little about themselves and their writing, while getting to know the other like-minded crazies that make up the Indie Writing World. Week 1
Day 1: Introduce Yourself
Day 2: Introduce your WIP
Day 3: Interview one of your Characters
Day 4: Interview one of your Neighbors (not your real neighbor…the one who signed up on the linkey after you 😉 )
Day 5: What are you reading?
Day 6: Top 5 books
Day 7: Share your most helpful writing tips
Day 8: Share your most helpful social media & networking tips
Full instructions are available at The Peasants Revolt or Dawna Raver’s blog.
I wanted to start by thanking Fel and Dawna for hosting a great Indie Block Party. I had fun sharing a little about myself and my work and meeting other indie writers.
The best social media tip I can offer anyone who wants to create an online platform is be consistent and watch how the greats do it.
By greats, I mean:Alex J. Cavanaugh – Blogfest Master, he makes networking seem effortless. Marcy Kennedy – Writing instructor and Twitter expert Kristen Lamb – Social media guru and creator of Wana International Felicia Wetzig – website therapist The bloggers of NA Alley The bloggers of Wise, Ink
These people are super supportive and are doing it right.
Share with me your favorite social media and networking tips.