A blog is only as interesting as the interest shown in others. — Lee Odden,
I will admit that I find blogging difficult. On any given day, I can come up with some plots for a hundred different books, but if someone sets me before the computer to blog, I will simply stare at the blinking cursor.
As an author, I know blogging is a huge platform I must delve into. I cannot afford not to. As 2017 slowly passed us by, I searched for numerous topics an author could blog about: “My 5 Quickie Authors”, “How To’s” were among the first ideas that I read about as my monitor bathed me in its iridescent glow.
There was only one product that helped me out. It was a balm to my endless searching. The 30-Day Blogging Challenge written by Nikki Pilkington had ideas that I never thought writing.
I am no stranger to such challenges. In fact, my October project, Mary Helen Stiles, is centered upon such a challenge. Each day, Pilkington gives a topic for the blogger to write. When the challenge ends, the blogger can still benefit from the book. Only, pick a random page in the book and do that day’s challenge.
Thanks to this book, I know that I will have topics to write and update my blog with fresh content.
30 Day Blogging Challenge
To purchase the 30-Day Blogging Challenge as well as other 30-Day challenge books, please see Nikki Pilkington’s Amazon Page.
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