Bloggers, Authors, Wordsmiths: Should you blog daily?

This post by Victoria is from earlier this month, but do read and also read the comments. There’s a good discussion on how often bloggers should/should not post and why.

Creative Writing with the Crimson League

I love this blog. I love blogging. And I make a point–or at least, I have since late  July 2012–of putting up a new post daily, one related to creative writing and marketing creative writing through social media / the blogosphere.

As an author, I know any amount of practice connecting words into sentences, and sentences into paragraphs, is worthwhile practice. It’s training and maintenance work, so it’s never a waste of time. Blogging has the benefit of giving me that practice while also connecting me with other people and drawing attention to my work.

I’ve written a post about everything this blog and its followers have given me, so I won’t go into that again. But I have been considering of late why I chose to blog daily, and why I continue to do so.

Having a new post every day can be difficult and time-consuming, not to…

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1 Response to Bloggers, Authors, Wordsmiths: Should you blog daily?

  1. meg says:

    Liked the story. Not being a writer,but a reader, that’s all I got!


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