This year for the A-Z Challenge, I'm attempting to act like I know what I'm talking about and offering advice about writing. Let's see how I do!
Also, don't forget to stop by the Parallels blog to see more posts about the upcoming anthology, which will be available on May 3rd!
When I first started blogging, the idea scared me. Putting your words out there can be hard, but so can interacting with strangers for the first time. I was more scared of making the move to introduce myself to new people. I managed to overcome that fear, and now I have some helpful networking tips to share.
-If you’re a writer and you don’t have a blog, consider starting one.
-Don’t be afraid to leave comments on blogs for the first time. Most bloggers cherish comments from new visitors. Most of us don’t bite. I promise.
-Join writing groups, such as the Insecure Writers Support Group. Don’t let feelings of insecurity scare you away.
-Join blogging challenges like A to Z. You get to polish your writing skills while meeting new people.
-Make use of sites like Twitter and Facebook. Find writing communities on these sites and participate.
These tips are simple, yet effective. Do you have any networking tips?