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How to Launch a Book the Smart Way!

You’re thinking about writing a book or maybe you’re already working on your masterpiece and plan to publish…

But you’re concerned no one will ever hear about it, even if you do find an agent and publish the traditional way. Any sane writer would be concerned about this.

That’s why you need to know the key to launching your book smart.

You. Need. A. Network.

You need a network of peers who you can reach out to and ask them to help you get the word out about your book.

The easiest way to create a network:

1) Start a blog in a specific field that relates to your writing or whatever your book is about. If you write about scary haunted stuff, maybe start a paranormal or ghost hunting blog or a blog about writing about scary haunted stuff.

Seriously, such writers can offer tips on how best to scare readers, late at night, under their covers… Ok, that’s a little creepy.

2) Build relationships with fellow bloggers who write in your niche. You can do this by commenting on their blog posts, engaging in discussions with their readers, offer to guest post or become a regular contributor.

You want to become an overall valuable member of their community. It sounds like work, I know, but it’s also very rewarding, and not just for material reasons, you will build lasting friendships you’ll treasure.

3) Support your fellow bloggers whenever you can. This is easy, they’re always trying to get the word out about their latest blog posts, infographics, and well, you guessed it, book launches!

4) Ask them to support you. When it’s time to launch your book you’ll have a reliable network of bloggers and readers who are ready, willing and able to help you get the word out.

It’s never been as important to network, and frankly, it’s never been as easy to reach as many like-minded people as it is now.

Aspiring Authors

Even if you haven’t started a book yet you should start networking, and honestly, you’ll be hard pressed to find a quicker way to do it than blogging.

Established Authors

Even if you’re an established author who has published several books already, you still need a growing network to launch your next book.

For example, my friend, Jeff Goins, who has already launched a national bestseller is launching his latest book with the help of his network. We are bloggers, who, as a group, have enormous reach. (Of course, it doesn’t hurt that his books are awesome.)

In fact, Jeff’s latest book Real Artists Don’t Starve is now available for preorder.

See what I just did? And, I’m not finished. He’s become a good friend, so…

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If you pre-order Jeff’s book by 11:59 PST June 6, 2017, you’re eligible to receive three special bonuses worth over $200.

Bonus #1: The Real Artists Don’t Starve Online Course ($100)

In this 12-part video course, Jeff teaches how to make a living off your art, elaborating on the principles in the book and sharing his own knowledge and experience.

Bonus #2: All the Expert Interview Transcripts

Learn from the hundreds of experts and Thriving Artists Jeff interviewed during the research of this book.

Bonus #3: Exclusive Community Access

Get special access to a private Facebook group where Jeff will answer your questions regularly and you can connect with others reading the book.

To claim these bonuses:

1.Go to THIS LINK.

2.Follow the instructions on the page

3.Enter your email and receipt number

4.Collect your bonuses

It’s that easy!

Start building your network today.

That way, once you’re ready to launch your book you’ll have a network of bloggers like Jeff has, ready to share your work with the world. With the world, I say!

When you get started you’ll discover it’s not that difficult, because blogging is all about networking, while providing quality content for readers.

Have you already started a blog? If so, share your link to your blog in the comments. If you haven’t started a blog yet, do you plan on starting one soon? If so, what will it be about?

About Bryan Hutchinson

I'm a positive writer and when that doesn't work, I eat chocolate. I help fellow writers overcome doubt and thrive! In my free time, I love visiting castles with my wife, Joan. Join me on Twitter and Facebook.

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  • Karen Sargent

    Thanks, Bryan! I just pre-ordered Jeff’s book. I participated in one of his webinars about a year ago and learned so much about how to make my blog work for me. I’m still learning, but I can definitely say my April 4 debut book launch was a success because of my blog and loyal followers. I write inspirational women’s fiction, so my blog is for moms: karensargentbooks.com/blog

  • Laurie Turner

    Helpful information. I am a memoir writer and I blog at lauriesturner.com

    • Alison Summers

      i couldn’t get your link to work Laurie.

      • Laurie Turner

        I typed it wrong! My link is lauriesnowturner.com thanks for letting me know!

  • Alison Summers

    I have written a novel and I a writing a a memoir based on my parents’ letters to each other during the Second World War. I blog at http//:www.ballochruincreative writing.co.uk and at belledelettres.wordpress.com

  • Judy Peterman Blackburn

    Hi Bryan,
    You are right, I need a network. I get scared that I won’t be able to keep up if I once get started. I know there are others out there with the same thoughts.

    I have two blogs. My first one is about my life with horses at purplesagewesternridinggear.com My new blog is about my writing. I started a series of how I came about being a writer. judy-blackburn.com I’m posting weekly at both blogs, or at least trying to.

    Thank you 🙂

  • Sherrie Marshall Spitz

    Hi Bryan.
    Thanks for the timely information. My blog is about humor in everyday life. Want to learn about the horrors of ordering workout gear, or my grandpas colloquialisms, or just need an inappropriate toast, visit http://www.sherriesalwayswrite.com. Thanks in advance.
    Sherrie

  • I’m writing my first novel and have blogged for a few years to inspire others to walk through life’s difficulties with grace. My blog is http://www.pirkkorytkonen.com.

  • Gail Post

    Very helpful reminders about the importance of using blogging to establish yourself as a writer. Currently working on a book related to parenting gifted children, and have a blog about gifted children and adults: http://www.giftedchallenges.com.

  • Laurie Turner

    Thanks for the helpful blog! Lauriesnowturner.com

  • A.S. Akkalon

    I write fantasy novels and I’ve started a blog as part of my online presence at https://www.asakkalon.com. My blog is more humorous than my novel, and touches on reading, writing, cats, dragons and terrible life advice. I have my doubts how much it will help me when I finally publish a book, but it has helped me make friends with some wonderful people and has been totally worthwhile just for that.

    • It looks to me like you’re already doing it, networking. Book Club Mom is a good example on your latest blog post. Keep it up, because networking works like a snowball, but I know how it can create doubt as it does take time to create these relationships.

      • A.S. Akkalon

        I really appreciate you taking the time to check out my blog. I’ll keep working on making new online friends – at least there’s no particular rush because my first book won’t be out for some time.

    • Reyna Favis

      I also blog humor https://reynafavis.wordpress.com/ I am subscribing to your blog. Give mine a try and maybe we’ll have a love connection.

      • A.S. Akkalon

        Hi, Reyna! Very nice to meet you. I’ll definitely check out your blog.

  • I own a crime resource blog for crime writers and readers, but I could always use more subscribers. http://suecoletta.com

  • samcarter44

    Not sure how much this will help with publishing a book, but I’ve made some great friends through my blog on Christian topics. https://alisarussell.wordpress.com/ It’s also helped me write my own story and helped me with my faith so it’s been a great way for me to express the words I can’t say.

  • Stasie Tillman

    You make such an important point here. I wish I’d known this a year ago as a fledgling blogger getting numerous rejections from agents and publishers. I would’ve focused on developing my blog. I did eventually, by default, lol. But I would’ve liked to have spent my time more intelligently then. Check out my faith & lifestyle blog http://www.astoiclife.com where I write about the journey of learning to be stable through all the chaos and busyness of life. I encourage moms to practice self-care and to maintain a mind, body, and spirit balance.

  • Mary Smith Hansen

    Hi there. I”m fairly new to blogging. My site: maryhansenblog.com
    I write about bipolar and mental health issues and occasionally post on a specific topic I have recently researched. I am eager to develop my blog. Any suggestions or comments are welcome. 🙂

  • Theresa Hupp

    I’ve been keeping a blog for five years now, but only recently moved it to a self-hosted site. Here’s the link: http://www.theresahuppauthor.com/blog/ I write historical fiction, but my and the blog

  • April

    Community is so important for us writers. Thanks for sharing this with all of us. My blog (recently listed as a Writer’s Digest 101 Best Websites for Writers) is at http://aprildavila.com AND for anyone who is local to Los Angeles, I do a weekly update about all the literary readings happening in town, so we can get out and support each other in person – Angelenos can check that out here http://aprildavila.com/litlifela

    • Julie Mayerson Brown

      Hi, April – I’m in LA and will checkout your blog. Writers supporting other writers is so important. A lot of blogs shared in this thread, but yours jumped out at me. My site is here: http://juliemayersonbrown.com/confessions/
      Best of luck!

  • Leanne Beattie

    Hi, my blog is here: http://leanneardellebeattie.wordpress.com. I write about my experience as an indie author and share poetry and tidbits about my life.

  • Jay Harrington

    Hi Bryan. Thanks for the opportunity to share my blog on your site. It’s http://www.lifeandwhim.com. It’s mostly about the joy of living a purposeful and intentional life in the beautiful small town of Traverse City, Michigan. I had my first book published last summer (business non-fiction for lawyers) and working on number 2, which should be released next summer. I also have a blog, http://www.simplystatedblog.com, that is geared toward lawyers and legal marketing professionals. Life and Whim is my passion project and Simply Stated is my blog that supports my professional endeavours. Thanks again – always inspired by your work!

  • Great post Bryan 🙂 I’ve discovered that by consistently sharing what I’ve been learning about storytelling and self-publishing, has helped me grow in the craft of writing as well as introduced me to so many wonderful people I most likely wouldn’t have met otherwise. I interview and share thoughts on stories on the blog and podcast over at my website, http://www.lornafaith.com. Thanks for encouraging us to share a little more about ourselves… and bring us out of our caves to connect with others Bryan! BTW, I Love what you’re doing to help writers stay inspired…. thank you 🙂

    • Amber Schamel

      I follow yours too, Lorna. 🙂

      • Thanks Amber… I’m glad we can connect! I’ve been following your blog too… love learning about the histories of amazing world changers 🙂

        • Amber Schamel

          Yes, indeed. History is inspiring. Glad you enjoy the posts.

  • EdieMelson

    I’ve been blogging since 2010. It’s been a critical component to my success with my books and with my freelance career. http://www.TheWriteConversation.com. But I have to say this, NO ONE does it better than Postive Writer. I never miss a post!

    • Amber Schamel

      Edie, I follow your blog and it has invaluable information as well!

      • EdieMelson

        Thank you Amber! You made my day!

  • I’ve recently started a blog at my own little site: http://www.galwithgloves.com First thing most notice about me are the gloves I wear. I wear gloves them often, due to rheumatoid arthritis, so why not make it part of my writer brand? I am still in the “sorting out my blog focus” stage as I work up the courage to pull stories out of my mind and heart out through my damaged hands. Hope you enjoy!

  • Marjorie Hill

    I publish a weekly devotional blog. http://www.thekingdomthinking.blogspot.com. This has been ongoing since 2012. Thanks for letting me share.

  • Tommy F. Thompson
  • Amber Schamel

    Thanks for sharing about the pre-order promo. I snagged it. 🙂

    I am a part of two group blogs, and have my own as well, but I haven’t been doing a lot on my personal blog for time reasons.

    My two group blogs are:

    Stitches Thru Time – Weekly book giveaways and a place where Christian readers and writers connect with a common love for books, crafts and faith. http://stitchesthrutime.blogspot.com/

    Heroes, Heroines and History Blog: A place to connect those who love history and those who love to write it. http://hhhistory.com/

  • kk

    I have several blogs, here are two: https://sdstylin.wordpress.com; https://youwillruleyourworld.wordpress.com. Thanks!!

  • Jodie Wolfe

    I’ve been blogging for years. My website is: https://www.jodiewolfe.com.
    I features author interviews and behind the scenes with their recent releases, book reviews, devotions, and more.

  • archie

    archiewrites.wordpress.com

  • Your inspire contest is what lit the fire under my feet to finally get the blog of my dreams going. http://www.rachelrumbelow.com. I thank you so much for that.

    My husband and I ran an indie film company together and I was always behind the scenes. I was happy that way, my husband and I were a great team. Unfortunately, he passed away last year and at first I didn’t know what to do with myself.

    I started a makeshift blog that was anonymous to get my feelings out in that first year (survivingwidowhood.blogspot.ca) but as I have evolved and grown with my grief I have come to a place where I am ready to be me, out in the open. In the front lines.

    No more behind the scenes for me. Writing communities like this are so valuable and seeing all of our incredible and unique stories is so inspiring. Thank you for what you do!

  • Caroline Sciriha

    I’ve just started a writing blog aimed at teenage writers: https://carolinesciriha.wordpress.com/ I’m a teacher of English by profession and have come across creative and talented students who already show an impressive ability to tell a tale, but lack basic knowledge of craft. I hope to fill that gap and share what I’ve learnt, as well as give them a platform where they can upload their work for their peers to read and discuss.

  • Thanks for the invite.
    Interviews, life’s general meanderings and positive unbadnews pieces can be found at http://Www.thehungrykeyboard.com.
    I have a piece coming out this weekend from an interview with a randomly chosen millennial.
    Thanks.
    Mark

  • Betty

    My blog is http://www.faithhopeloveequalsjoy.wordpress.com for a Pocketful of Joy to Fill Your Day!

  • bob jones

    At Pointes of View, I write to inspire people to be real, grow an authentic faith in
    Jesus, enjoy healthy relationships and discover their life purpose. Our readers most enjoy the stories of real people doing extraordinary things. http://blog.northpointechurch.ca/

  • Reyna Favis

    Thank you for the invitation. I blog about humor related to the dark arts of introversion and the creative process. You can access Introvert Broadcasting Network blog posts through my website http://www.reynafavis.com/blog.html

  • Karmalee Young

    As a very inexperienced, beginning writer I have just started a blog to let out my frustrations (and brief periods of joy) of this experience. https://writing-uphill-backwards.blogspot.com
    Thank you for the opportunity to share 🙂

  • Hi, it’s wonderful to have the opportunity to share my blog with you guys.
    Eventhough I’m french and it’s for french readers, perhaps some of you can read french or can be interested…
    In fact, I have a plateform to connect with women who want to write and need help and one blog to promote my first novel ! So welcome to
    http://www.alliance-ruthetnoemie.org
    (you have a translation in english of the vision of this ministry)
    http://www.unamourextravagant.fr : my first novel
    Enjoy ! 🙂

  • Angey

    I started a blog years ago but was not consistent with updating it. I just share my writing there. I’ve been more consistent with uploading recently. Haven’t gotten a lot of traffic but I enjoy it all the same. The link is: myunknownname.wordpress.com

  • Hullo Bryan, thanks so much for this opportunity! My blog is
    http://robinsnest212.wordpress.com/
    would love to have you guest post of for interview sometime!

  • What’s up everyone! I started my blog about 6 months ago over at http://www.RamonSmothers.com It’s focus is personal development and entrepreneurship.

    I also just recently launched my first book last month that is being received very well so far! Get it here at http://www.RamonSmothers.com/the-fear-of-greatness-book

    Thank you for allowing me to share this with your audience and hopefully help some of those who may need the content of my writing.

  • Kayla Carrasquillo

    This is a great opportunity to get your work out there for people who are interested in your writing. i hope you all enjoy my blog!
    http://www.concretepalace.wordpress.com

  • Frank McKinley

    Thanks for letting me share my blog. I started my blog last fall. It’s a place where new writers can come and learn to engage readers, sell their ideas, and build their tribes. https://www.frankmckinleyauthor.com/blog/

  • Hi, my name is A.M. Depeza. I writer poetry, short-stories and plays. Check them out @
    http://amdepeza.blogspot.com/?m=1

  • Nicole

    I don’t know if you’d consider it a blog per se. I’ve had a LiveJournal for many years now and it is filled with a variety of things. You can find it here: http://novembersguest.livejournal.com/ .

  • Hey all! I started my blog, Meat n’ Potatoes a few years ago and it’s been a lot of fun! The content is a mix of faith, stories, inspiration, parenting and other random “life” stuff. Hope you enjoy and thanks for the opportunity to share!

    https://paulanderson13.wordpress.com

    • I commented on your blog and enjoyed it!

      • Thank you Mark, I appreciate you reading! I would love to check out your blog as well, but can’t find the link. You mind sending to me sir?

  • Loren Elkin

    I’ve recently started a blog that has the goal A Daily Dose of Writing. Humor, insight, rural wisdom, a bit of history, all with an accompanying photo. Thanks for the chance to do this.
    http://www.elkfarm.org

  • Jim Toner

    My blog is http://www.leducandbarriomysteries.blogspot.com
    It informs readers about the characters in my novel.

  • Bette A. Stevens

    Thanks! Shared your post on Twitter. My blog: http://www.4writersandreaders.com

  • Teresa Crumpton

    Terrific post, Bryan. I am a developmental editor and write comprehensive craft-of-writing articles at https://authorspark.org/blog. Thank you so much for giving an opportunity to share. I will share your post with Mi Society of Children’s Book Writers & Illustrators.

  • Joeycake

    Excellent post with lots of great advice. I’d be honored if readers would visit my travel blog at http://www.AllTheWritePlaces.com. It’s a destination-based blog with a focus on experiences and soft adventures. Thanks!

  • R K Haritha

    Hi, we realise a lot of stuff when we retrospect and this is my realisation @ http://www.libraholicgirl.wordpress.com

  • Greg Jones

    Here’s a little blog that I started at the request of my integrated marketing communications students. If you are looking for advice on graphic design, photography, or web development, you will find this a good place to get started: http://greginabox.com

  • 4 Season’s Farm

    Here’s my blog. I will be writing new post later today. We have been busy on the farm and have a lot going on, so I got a little behind. Enjoy reading. Comments are always welcome.
    http://www.4seasonsfarm.org

  • Come visit me at debrhodes.com

  • Danielle Bernock

    Thank you Bryan for a place to share. My blog will be 1 year old next month. I write about the inner life (emotional healing & personal development). Would love to connect with others in my niche. http://www.daniellebernock.com/ I’m a Tribe Writer and I pre-ordered Jeff’s book yesterday. 🙂

  • Sarah

    Im more of a screenwriter. It a writer nevertheless. It’s been a while since I posted on my blog but check it out anyway. https://sarahthescreenwriter.wordpress.com

  • Donna Marks

    Thanks for the opportunity to share.
    I’m an academic and corporate authority on using the right words to get your message across. I’ve also worked with authors on memoirs.
    Check out my tips at https://the-dutty.blog/ and contact me if you need help putting your best word forward.
    Go to dmeditorialsolutions@gmail.com
    Website: editsbymarks.com

  • Shelley Shrader

    Hi, I write a faith blog that is about finding your identity and destiny in Christ. I share what I have learned through my own faith journey and encourage others with hope because no one should ever be without it. http://www.hopeburstingforth.com

  • C-A Allen

    I have just recently started a blog. It is a place for encouragement and sharing my faith, including reflections, devotionals, poetry …and I will be adding some things specifically related to writing.
    https://forjustaweed.wordpress.com/

  • Aaryan D. Khurana

    Well, I do have a blog. It was quite difficult for me to manage time for my writings and there was no motivation for it as well. This blog, worked as a biggest motivator for me. Here’s the link theuselessmuse.wordpress.com
    I hope you like it. 🙂

  • Networking is so important for authors! Thanks for the reminder 🙂 I have a blog (two “twin blogs” to tell the truth, one in English and one in Italian) where I write about my stories, other’s books, following your passion and living fully.
    Here’s the link: http://ireneaprile.com

  • Ryan and Dina Roberts

    My blog address is: http://www.ryanmroberts.com
    The title of my blog is “Ryan’s Ramblings” and among my postings you will find lots of things related to Christian spiritual formation as well as reflections on poetry, some of my original poetry, some links to things that I think are cool, some of my photography and you will find some (mostly short) ramblings. I blog to practice writing, to express thoughts and ideas, to create, to highlight the words and works of others and for enjoyment. I would love for you to visit my blog. Like all writers, I want to be read and I welcome your comments
    Thanks, Ryan

  • Julie Mayerson Brown

    MOSTLY HUMOR on my blog but some serious stuff and occasional pieces about my crazy life ~ rescuing dogs, raising kids, writing stories every minute in between!
    http://juliemayersonbrown.com/confessions/

  • Callie Brady

    Thank you for the opportunity to share my new blog to the world! Here is the link: https://www.calliebrady.com/blog/
    On my blog I share my strategies for vanquishing my demon of self-doubt (I self-published my first eBook “Vanquish the Demon of Self-Doubt: Give your Writing Wings” this past March) and I’ll also talk about my journey as I write my first paranormal romance novella due to be published late summer, early fall of this year. I look forward to your comments!

  • Kimberley Shead

    Hi, I enjoyed the blog it is very helpful. I am a new crime writer working on my first two novels. I have started a blog at http://kimberleyshead.com
    I am writing about other books, authors and themes linked to my stories and characters. Thank you for the opportunity to share the blog.

  • Jennifer Hallmark

    We have a blog to inspire writers and bloggers. We also give lesser known writers or bloggers a place to be interviewed. http://writingpromptsthoughtsideas.wordpress.com

  • Petra

    Thank you for this opportunityI have a blog on my author’s website which I love to share: http://petravanderploeg.wixsite.com/an-impossible-truth which is in English, but I also have a website for starting Fantasy writers, but that’s in Dutch (www.fantasyschrijfcoaching.nl). Not sure if any of your readers / followers are Dutch, but there ya go! 🙂

  • Dave Rider
  • Faith Sims
  • I have a blog which I would like to share platonicmedia.co.uk/philsblog ok its a bit long but hope you like it. I have pictures & short stories

  • Kurt Schiewetz

    http://www.reinvent-life.net
    Just launched! Will absolutely appreciate anything that comes of this!

  • Yoxani Shurtleff

    http://www.adventuresyetunwritten.com

    I started a blog a few months ago with a friend, we a re both sweet romance writers.

  • Amina
  • Evangeline Auld

    Evangeline Auld.
    http://www.evangeline.me

    I’ve had a blog for some time, I have most of my books there and will be adding more from time to time. It’s a bit of a mixture, children’s, thrillers, non-fiction, poetry,., .

  • Letrise Carter

    My blog is http://www.sistahsplace2.blogspot.com and I am restructuring my entertainment blog at http://www.sistahsplace.com to an digital magazine format.

  • enelym806

    Hi there! Thank you for this opportunity. You can visit my blog at https://myleneorillo.com/ and it’s nice to meet fellow writers and bloggers here. 🙂

  • I’ve really enjoyed reading an Inspired Writer. I’m an aspiring writer. I started my blog back in 2012. http://www.junetakey.com/posts/category/blog-life-happens/

  • deborah

    Thanks for the opportunity to share, Bryan. I started my artist’s blog in 2011 and incorporated my writing on an ‘articles’ page/tab, but separated my writing off to its own blog in 2016. Here are the links: http://lynstanleyart.com/writers-blog/ http://deborahstanleyinspirations.blogspot.com/

  • Japandemic Superfly

    Hello and thank you. Here is a link to the dated “sh!tty first draft” version that I am currently restructuring: http://www.japandemic.com/ Thank you for looking. Glad to hear all feedback, especially negative and useful.

  • Leslie Sanker

    Hello everyone, I’m Leslie, and because of Positive Writer, I have been motivated to declare this year to be my year to get a publisher and take the necessary steps to do so. My blog is http://www.lightmysoulcreations.com/ and it’s all about positive thoughts, overcoming negativity, and living a more positive life in order to reach your goals. I have beautiful pics and sweet quotes, as well as affirmations and examples from my experiences. I am also writing in http://www.medium.com under my full name Leslie Marie Sanker, and I joined a writing group. And I am a proud, brand new addiction of SCRIVENER!!! (Any others know what I mean???) it is SO perfect I’ve started outlining for this years NaNoWriMo and two of my unfinished book ideas! It feels so good to be following my heart again, life has happened and now I have a LOT to say.

  • Marti Dorahy

    Hi Bryan and fellow writers. Thank you for being so encouraging and offering this opportunity. I am currently studying writing and editing and I have very recently set up my blog https://whatidontsayoutloudsite.wordpress.com/ I would really appreciate any feedback. I look forward to reading and following some of the blogs below. Thanks again.

  • Kay Shapiro

    Hello, Bryan and everyone! Thanks for letting us share our blogs. I’m looking forward to checking out what everyone is doing. I’ve had http://www.soapboxbykay.com up for several years and still post on occasion, but my current focus is on http://www.nottheroommate.com, a blog about keeping my sense of humor (and sanity) while caring for my elderly mother.

  • Mia

    Thanks for letting us share our blogs with you and your readers! Mine is fairly new and is my journey of recovery, discovery and growth after being transformed by the love of Jesus. I’m at https://calledtobeawriter.wordpress.com.

  • April Jordan

    Thank you for letting us share our blogs!! You can find me at thisisfreedomelite.wordpress.com. I look forward to hearing any feed back 😄Thank you!! Lots of love and many blessings your way!

  • Joseph Devadason

    Thanks, Bryan, for this opportunity to connect with fellow bloggers. Biblical characters come alive in a fresh, new way sharing valuable insights at my blog, http://www.josephdevadason.com

  • Johanne Winwood

    An excellent initiative to get us sharing our blogs! Here’s a link to mine, pop over and see what I’m writing. https://jowinwood.blogspot.co.uk

  • Debra L. Butterfield

    Networking has always been hard for me, but I do understand it’s benefits. Thanks for the opp to share our blogs. http://debralbutterfield.com/

  • Kim DeLauro

    I really enjoy reading the material on your site and thabk you very much for this opportunity to connect with other writers. https://kimdelauro.com

  • Networking! Ack! I’ve been able to pull in friends and locals on my small mountain town but I need to branch out more! If Life Is Supposed to be Black and White, Why Am I in That Grey Area? http://www.blueridgeandblogspot.com

  • Nina Hobson

    networking…i ready for it. i’ve shied away from it for too long and it’s taunted me mercilessly. time to grab the bull by the horns, i guess. and why yes, yes I do have a blog, thank you for asking.

    http://www.ninahobsonbooks.com

    ’cause i loves me some soft horror and i KNOW there are others out there that do, too. thank you for this opportunity to let them find me 🙂

  • Jagtress

    I write about writing but I try to keep things positive overall – or explain a story and then tell my thoughts on it afterwards. I’m still working on editing my first book though I have been published in Onder Magazine!
    My blog can be found here: jagtress.wordpress.com

  • Natasha Fudge

    This is a great idea! I write children’s fiction and poetry. I’ve just started a website, haughtfudge.com
    I’m also on Instagram as natasha_haughtfudge.

  • AnneM

    I write historical romance. My blog is annemarshwriting.wordpress.com

    On my blog I write about writing. What is means to me to be a writer and the struggles that entails.
    So even if you don’t care for my genre…. you may very well enjoy the blog. I would love to hear what you think.

    Thanks for the opportunity to share….

  • Cheryl Taylor

    Thanks for the invite. I do blog, but do not do it rewgularly. That has to be fixed. 🙂 My blog is at http:// http://www.rachaelgreenbooks.com Thank you to anyone who wants to take a look.

  • Mandi Lynn Strzelewicz

    I write fantasy novels and create videos/blog posts about all things writing, publishing and books. https://mandilynn.com/

  • Cece Scott

    Greetings! Thank you for the opportunity to share!

    My blog home page link is http://www.cecescott.com/index.php/ceces-blog

    From there you can access a list of ongoing blogs! Warm thanks! 🙂

  • Janet Sobczyk

    Thank you for the invitation to share blogs. I think it’s a great idea!
    Mine is a collection of poetry, photos, and stories about life, motherhood, faith, family, friendship, pets, and more at http://www.momsmusingsblog.blogspot.com

  • Azzurra Soul

    I just redesigned my blog: http://activepatience.com/

  • Christine Te Stroete

    What a great idea! I appreciate the opportunity for me to share my blog chrissysfabulousfifties.com. No black roaes or down the hill for me my fifties are going to be fabulous. Come and join my adventure!

  • Gaurav Sharma

    lovelivelife008.blogspot.in

  • Hey, thanks for the opportunity to share! I just started my blog so I really appreciate it.
    Here’s the link: http://www.matthewelkin.com
    Let me know if you guys have suggestions for ways I can improve my website. Thanks! 🙂

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  • Rouksana Aziz

    senseofrumor.wordpress.com

  • Robert Murphy
  • Dalletta Olena Shilkett Reed

    Hi! to begin with, I was going to click on every link. But it was after 10.00 pm when I started–so decided to defer to later. I am very thankful to Bryan for this opportunity to share my blog with others. I’d taken a sabbatical from blog posting while trying to determine the direction I wanted to take in establishing my writing career. Bryan’s invitation to share my blog with his readers was the catalyst I needed to relaunch my blog. Here’s the link: http://areednotbroken.blogspot.co.uk
    I hope some of you will find it encouraging, even amusing at times.

    • Margie Hord

      Like your title. Congrats for sticking with it, the novel, that is. I totally understand your difficulty on deciding on a focus.

  • Margie Hord

    My blog is, so far, focused a lot on crosscultural living. http://margiehord.com/

    • Dalletta Olena Reed

      Margie, I appreciate your blog. How can i follow it? In the meantime, I’ll add your website to my favourites.

  • Thanks for the opportunity to share! My blog is about healing and real life struggles- http://www.beautifullybrokenliving.com

  • Linda Johnson VanderWier

    Ironing the Preacher’s Shirts: Lessons, Laughs, and Love behind the Scenes at the Preacher’s House gives my readers insight into how the Lord is working in my life. I am quite transparent in my writing, and it’s great fun. I’ve recently committed to writing one blog a week. Sometimes, near the end of the week, I begin to panic. However, the Lord has given me material every time! I’m nearly finished with a book manuscript, an inspirational look at the power of praise. Although the topic isn’t identical to my blog, my style and motivation are the same: a closer walk with the Lord.
    I hope some of your readers will enjoy my blog.
    Ironingthepreachersshirts.wordpress.com

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  • Paul Balm

    https://thecatswhiskersonline.co.uk/paul-balm-column/ Not sure it counts as a blog, it’s more a series of articles I’ve written over the years about my local ice hockey club (the Nottingham Panthers hence the name) or ice hockey in general.

  • Rebekah S Fiore

    Thanks for this opportunity, Bryan. I’m an erotic romance author, and will be launching my latest novel in late November. You can find me here http://rebekahsfiore.com

  • Lynn

    Currently, my own writing is focused mainly on children’s books. The name of my blog is Polilla Writes and can be found at: http://lynnadavidson.com
    Thank you, Bryan.