What Do You Want To Learn?

It’s been a long day. I woke up sick and I feel like I haven’t been sick like this in a while.

Then I realized I never wrote a blog post for today because I was lazy yesterday. No problem, I’d be feeling better within a few hours. Nope. It’s 2:30 in the afternoon and I’m still on the couch.

Since I can’t do a typical post, I thought I’d ask something I was going to ask within the next week.

What do you want to see more of?

I’ve talked about editing, character development, short stories, themes, and more. There’s a lot more to be said about the writing world including reading. Or maybe you want to learn more about blogging and marketing or social media.

February will be all about world building and I have a few ideas for upcoming months, but not for the whole year. So, please tell me what you want to learn more about.

Let me know in the comments below. I’d appreciate it!

Tomorrow should be back to regular blog posts providing I can stare at my laptop screen long enough.

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28 thoughts on “What Do You Want To Learn?

  1. First of all, get better. It’s no good putting in the work if you’re sick.

    As far as what I would like to see from this blog, I want to know about writing in different genres. Maybe share something about what kind of fiction you write. Maybe share something about publishing. If you’ve been published, share something about your experience.

  2. You take care of you first. The rest can wait. Your health is priority. Get well soon 🙂

  3. Get better soon Rachel! Book blog tours. They used to be all the rage a couple years ago – do you still think they’re useful in generating buzz ahead of a new release?

  4. I’d love to read about what authors/writers most want from book bloggers, besides the obvious glowing review. Since you’re an author/writer, you’re take would be fantastic. Do they like when we ask for Q&As? Do they wish we’d engage them in social media while reading? Those types of things.

  5. Get well soon, Rachel! <3

    As a book blogger and an aspiring writer, I think I would love to know an author's viewpoint about how important book blogger's publicity would be. I mean, is it even worth the blog tours that the authors pay for?

  6. Feel better soon!

    As for your question: anything you feel is blogworthy. I know that’s not the most helpful answer, but it’s the best I’ve got. I’d rather you just write about whatever you think is best, and enjoy doing it, than write something because we asked you to, and hate doing it.

      • That happens to me sometimes too. Focus on getting better, and worry about the ideas afterwards. Try some of the story idea generating tricks to get inspiration, and pretty soon you’ll have more ideas than you can shake a stick at (though you probably shouldn’t shake sticks at the ideas anyhow, because it might scare them off).

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