The Countdown Begins…3 days until release day
In honor of my debut releasing in 7 days, I’m offering a $15 GC from either Amazon, B&N, MuseItUp, or Book Depository on my release day. Follow my posts for the next seven days. On each day, they will be themed. Just tell me what all 7 seven themes were during the week and on my actual release day just write them in the comment section. Easy peasy. Good luck!
The official countdown has begun. Only 3 days until my debut releases from MuseItUp Publishing. I still can’t believe it. The world didn’t end and the Mayans were wrong. So, I will definitely be around on Friday.
Did you get the themes from the earlier days? Still with me? Hate me? Only a couple of more days to go!
Today’s topic pretty much hits the same buttons that social media does but for me, its different. I love to blog. Its quick, easy and I can prattle on for pages if I knew people would read it. :) Roni’s post from last week talked about blogging. I know that some authors HATE blogging; it’s the bane of their existence. They would rather be on Twitter or Facebook spreading their gospel. I don’t have a problem with that but what about the readers that aren’t on social media?
I know, the horrors! Some people aren’t Tweeting what they had for breakfast or sharing nude pictures/postcards, etc. on Facebook. So how do you reach those readers? Well, I blog and send it out to the many loops that I belong to. Sometimes blogging works and sometimes it doesn’t. For the most part, blogging is becoming passé and boring. That said, I read some really great blogs every day. Some are funny and some are educational. Blogging can’t be that outdated is Smart Bitches, Trashy Books is still relevant. I adore that blog and I will continue to read it every day.
So why the blogging blues for everyone else? Have we gotten that lazy that you can’t read a 500 word blog? Or look at a cover reveal? Read a review? Or read what an author has to say?
That’s sad peeps. I will continue to blog and I hope that readers will continue to read them and leave comments.
So what do you think? Did you read it today?