A little later than I expected, but well worth the wait, here is a look at the blog written by Shelly and Chad. Shelly does a wonderful job promoting the blog andThey do a feature called Teach and Talk Tuesdays that caught my attention. The basic premise is that they invite a guest blogger submit a post about writing. This week that author happened to be me.
has some chops in the industry due to work writing sketch comedy. Chad
You got to love that Shelly and
As for the readers, this is a nice feature. It introduces them to a variety of authors who give their own unique voice to whatever topic is being discussed that week. Not only does that allow for a fresh perspective on the writing craft it gives a chance for their followers to discover a new and interesting voice.
Obviously, authors and perspective authors have a chance to learn something new. Because the posts tend to be bite-sized nuggets of wisdom they can check it out with a minimal amount of time invested. You can gain the distilled essence of a writing concept without having to read an entire book to get it.
This is great for the guest bloggers as well. It gives them exposure to a new audience and may result in picking up a few followers. At the very least, appearing on multiple blogs helps to get the word out about the visiting author.
The aspect I like best about this feature is that it gave me an opportunity to work with a couple of great people in the writing community. Networking is in every industry. The more you reach out to the other authors that you meet the more opportunities are going to come your way.
Go ahead and cruise on over to Shelly’s and
And I would be happy to do more guest blog posts on writing tips I’ve picked up from
(or any other topic). If that interests you just drop me a line. Hollywood