Don’t read unless you want to know

CPC Guest Contributor, Jean M. Cogdell – jeanswriting.com

An oldie but a goodie from June 6, 2015

Advice abounds like sand on the beach but sometimes we need a reality check.

Potatoes, Murder, Blood, Police

  • Kill all distractions! Easier said than done.
  • Ignore the genre stuff. Yeah, right… 

Keep your sense of humor as you enjoy my post from last year.

You heard right; sometimes the answers smart a bit.

Want some good ole common sense, take no prisoners, tell it like it is advice? Wow, 3 clichés in one sentence. That’s a record for me. Okay …

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Source: Don’t Read Unless You Want to Know

 

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How to develop a tribe of your own.

Welcome to the Cow Pasture, Guest Contributor Jean M. Cogdell – jeanswriting.com

Call it whatever you like, a tribe, crew, gang, group, band, or family.

It doesn’t matter because we all want that feeling of belonging, of contributing. A place where everyone knows our name.

And everyone needs a little help now and then. Even writers and bloggers. That’s where our tribe comes to the rescue.

Everyone needs input, feedback, encouragement, critiques and friends. Yes, we can develop friends via the internet.

These wonderful readers and other bloggers keep us between the lines. Because no writer wants their story to end up in a ditch.

So where and how do we find our special tribe? Those special people we can count on to tell us what we need to hear?

  • By reaching out one blog at a time and give to others what you desire.
  • Like and comment on other blogs.
  • Review another writer’s book.
  • Take a couple of seconds and share. Tweet, Facebook, Pinterest, Stumbleupon, etc.
  • If you need something, don’t be too shy to ask. Your readers can’t read your mind.
  • Reblog, repost a blog you enjoyed. Chances are other people will enjoy it too.

Have you found a tribe to help you become a better blogger/writer?

Do you think a tribe helps?

Need more tips? Keep reading.

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HOW TO GROW YOUR BLOG BY BUILDING A TRIBE OF ONLINE FRIENDS by

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