Write On Blogging: 51 Tips to Create, Write & Promote Your Blog

write on bloggingThere are many reasons to start a blog. Usually it’s because you have something to say. More and more people, however, begin blogging to grow their business.

Before you sell any product or – especially – a service, you need to establish yourself as an expert. Prospective clients and potential customers naturally turn to those who know their industry, and the best way to show you know your field is by sharing your knowledge on your blog.

Starting a blog may seem scary, but remember this:

  • Writing a blog is as simple as having a conversation, telling a friend something new, or showcasing how to do something.

It’s like exercise! The more you blog, the more you will develop as a writer, and the easier the process will become.

Write On Blogging will show you how to plan, write, and promote your blog.

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Purple Pencil Adventures: Writing Prompts for Kids of All Ages


Do your kids love to write? Are your kids creative? Want to encourage them to hone and expand their writing skills?

Purple Pencil Adventures are writing prompts that encourage kids of all ages to tap into their creativity, while practicing and improving their writing. These exercises are written simply with lots of room for interpretation, so all ages can benefit. The book includes tips on journaling, general and seasonal writing prompts, extra credit assignments and more. Purple Pencil Adventures are designed to inspire joy, creativity, and a love of the written word.

Check out Debra’s interview on the She Wrote a Book Podcast.

Sample Purple Pencil Adventure

Ice Cream Month#37: Cool Treats

July is National Ice Cream Month!

There’s nothing like a refreshing ice cream cone or a milkshake, especially in this hot summer weather.

What is your favorite flavor of ice cream? Do you eat it in a dish or on a cone? With what toppings do you like? When you describe your favorite ice cream dish, use your senses, especially taste, touch and sight. Be sure to include how eating it makes you feel.

Feel free to do research – eat ice cream – during this exercise.


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