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How to be a total reader magnet: pulling the readers that you want

Photo by Moriza It’s party season for writers as 2007 draws to a close.  It’s never been easier to write and publish your own work.  But with over 70 million blogs out there how do you make your writing stand out from the crowd?  It’s… Continue reading

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A focus on clarity

Have you ever noticed how we start to see new things just by changing focus?  I shifted my blogging focus a week ago and whereas I’d been stumbling across thinking on authenticity throughout September the blogosphere seems to have been awash with pieces on clarity in the last seven days. Here’s a selection of the [...]

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When you can’t find your voice

What to do when you can’t find your writing voice.

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100 thanks to all of you

I passed a big blogging milestone yesterday - that little feedburner badge went over the 100 readers mark. Wow. Now I know reader numbers can go up as well as down, I know I’m probably tempting fate by mentioning this here - but I just wanted to say thanks to all of you… Continue reading

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Who are you writing for?

There are so many different reasons to write.  Some are about our intended audience, our readership and the impact we hope to make: sharing ideas, conveying information, changing minds, telling stories.  But some are most definitely about the benefits for us, the writers. Writing to clarify our ideas, to throw emotions down onto a page, [...]

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