Blogging Isn’t All PJs and Coffee

Blogging takes time and commitment. Anything you want to be good at typically does. I imagine when you meet someone new a similar conversation might ensue: “What do you do?” “I’m a blogger.” Befuddlement hijacks their countenance. Some of them are thinking, “That can’t be too hard.” Others have zero idea what that means. Don’t […]

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So This Happened Last Night…

On a hot Summer evening, a small crowd of faithful writers braved the sweltering July heat and gathered in the Basement at the Richardson Public Library  for the debut of “Separating Your Blog from the Herd“. “Separating Your Blog from the Herd” is a presentation put together by my fellow blogging cohort Kathryn McClatchy and […]

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RE:View Local Dallas Blogging Seminar

Tuesday night, I had the pleasure of attending “The Life and Death of a Blog: How to Keep Your Blog Alive” a teaching seminar presented by author/blogger Ann Fields. Hosted by Terry Han and Brendan Alexander of KnowHow Dallas, the 90-minute event was held at the Meadows Conference Center, located on Live Oak Street, just […]

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How Do You Grow Your Blog?

If you’re like me and you’ve been blogging for a while one of the challenges you’ve undoubtedly faced, unless you’re a celebrity or high profile figure, is growing the audience for your blog. Getting your voice heard in the myriad of blogs vying for readers is a rollercoaster ride between glee and glum. You jump […]

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