This post also helps (beginner) writers and bloggers to overcome writer’s block. It gives them 21+1 ways to get ideas for their next blog posts. This is the post I enjoyed most, while writing, sitting in a garden. I hope you will enjoy as much reading it, as I enjoyed writing. 🙂
NOTE: The short story I posted at Be a Freelance Blogger is under 100 words. This is the full version. Read it if you like. I disliked composition in my school days. I would leave the essay and letter-writing questions unanswered in exams. I didn’t like to read and mug up essays and letters […]
At first I thought, “Now that’s a question which everyone understands and knows very well, including Jane. The answer is simple – to make money. So, why is Jane asking such a question to her list?” I know Jane wouldn’t advise something if it wasn’t useful. So, I took pen and paper and sat down to think why I blog.
Today, I purchased the four pack of Blogger’s Guides at 50% off from Ali Ventures. This is something I had been looking for since more than an year. I had even downloaded sample chapters from each of Ali’s guides (get on to her newsletter list, if you want the free samples too, which are like […]
This post tells how I completed the Ultimate Blog Challenge and about some more writing challenges. It also tells about my next plans for my blogs.
In this post, I tell what excuses I gave myself for not writing and how I stopped using those excuses. This post may help someone to get over such excuses. There are many kinds of excuses we make to ourselves when not wanting to write. This post is just my own experience with the two excuses I made to myself. This post was inspired by an email from Linda Formichelli of The Renegade Writer blog. I’ve written about her at the end of this post, so make sure to read till the end. 🙂