When I decided to blog about writing, I created two blogs:
Head Over Writing to blog about all things writing. A place to share writing courses, things I’ve learned, quotes, book reviews, prompts, snippets. Random and quirky things related to reading and writing fiction. (Twitter: @HeadOverWriting)
Also, KJ Carine (A fiction writer’s journey) – more of an “author blog” to specifically blog about MY writing process and projects – currently writing short stories for magazines. (Twitter: @KJCarine)
My questions are:
Do multiple blogs dilute the impact that a single writing blog would have? Or is a single blog sometimes less appealing if it tries to cover everything?
Do you have one writing blog, or more?
Are you thinking about creating additional blogs, or consolidating multiple blo
Please share your thoughts or experiences in the comments section. I’m interested in hearing and learning from all of you about this!
Here’s an update on my progress for the WordPress blogging course (Learning the Fundamentals):
Day Two: Take Control of Your Title and Tagline ✔️
Day Three: Visit the Neighbors – Follow five new tags & blogs ✔️
Day Four: Identify Your Audience – create a post you’d like your ideal reader to see, and include a new-to-you element. (*See below)
Day Five: Love Your Theme ✔️
Day Six: Make an Irresistible “About” Page ✔️
Day Seven: Start Personalizing Your Site ✔️
Day Eight: Introduce Yourself to the Neighbors! Leave comments on four different blogs. (** See below)
*This particular post is written for the Day four task of “creating a post that I’d like my ideal reader to see”. If you’re here and reading this then you’re likely my ideal reader – someone who is like me – passionate about the topics of writing, reading and blogging!
** My task for today (day eight) is to leave comments on four different blogs. Okay… I’m coming to say “Hi!”…