Earlier this year I received an e-mail update from Book Marketing Tools where Leeland Artra talked about using Twitter Teams to spread interesting facts about each other on Twitter. I shared this article with Kai Strand and Katie Carroll, and we decided that in addition to that, we'd take a monthly theme and post about it on the second Monday of each month.
So, here it is, the second Monday of May. This month's theme? Change.
I've done a lot of changes on the blog this year. Defining themes for the days I post, and sticking with it (for the most part.) This has actually allowed me to write better posts and be more creative on the blog than in the past. And, it has given me focus, which I really needed.
Writing wise, I've been trying to find focus, too. I feel like I'm dabbling in different genres, trying to find the one that fits me best. Yes, I know authors can (and do) write more than one genre, but I feel like I've lost sight of who my target audience is and how to connect with them. With this in mind, I think where I go with my writing will be the biggest change I make this year.
What about you? What changes have you made or are you going to make? Share in the comments below. Or, if you're a blogger, join our meme and help us create more ripples in the inkwell. Be sure to tag us (Katie L. Carroll, Kai Strand, Mary Waibel) in the post and use #inkripples when promoting your post so we can help share!
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