6 Words Part 7

“Vagabond gal makes good on life promises.” –Aisha Abrams

“Cerebral farm girl turned happy writer.” –Marybeth Niederkorn

“reader to seamstress to writer” –Catherine Berry

“Southern gentleman husband living the dream.” –Kerry Meacham

“A stay-at-home mom who never stays home.” –Ellie S Grossman, www.mishegasofmotherhood.com

“I haven’t reached my potential yet.” –Bill Roseberry

“Once a twin, always a twin.” –Kevin Adams

“Kicked around but now I’m back.” –Gary Smothers, garysmothersthejadedhack.blogspot.com

And that’s all of them. Thanks to the many varied authors who applied this year and took the time to fill out our zany application.

I do want to say something about one of the questions on the application. You’ll notice in these posts that I’ve liked to the blogs of a few of the authors. Those are the only authors who applied to BSP in 2011 who have blogs. I’d say about a tenth of them overall have blogs. Writers, if you’re serious about being published authors, you need to start a blog. Today. Facebook is great, but everyone’s page on Facebook looks the same. Your blog should exude…you. This is how you build a fanbase.

If you don’t know how to start a blog, read this. You can have your blog up and running for free in 5 minutes. That’s the easy part. The hard part is sticking with it and writing on a regular basis and creating conversation instead of just keeping an online diary. If you have any questions, contact us. We’re here to help.

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