Friday, July 17, 2009

Ask Me Questions

I actually regard myself as a writer, rather than a blogger, but it struck me today that there are days when I actually blog all day.

So I decided to write a post about a day in the life of a professional blogger. Problem is, the whole thing just looked too dull for words!

So instead, I nipped an idea from Harassedmom and decided that you should ask me questions.
That way, I can tell you what you want to know, rather than sharing the boring minutae of my life.

No questions? Come on now! Surely there must be something you want to know?

3 comments:

BeckyJoie at Leaders in Learning said...

Sure, Damaria. I have a question for you as a writer and blogger (I'm both too). How do you, as a blogger track readership and elicit comments from your readers?

Now the question for you as a writer. Do you have a mission statement for your writing? I have goals and a vision for mine but am curious about others. I'm thinking about blogging on this and wondered about your views on the idea since you come across as very focussed.

Gaynor said...

Hey D,
The answer to my question is something that I have battled with ever since I was taken with the idea of being a writer, which was in my early teens.
I'm a traditionalist. I want to write a book and have no shortage of ideas. The trouble is the publishing process. As you know, I've written an ebook. but that ebook was to serve a practical purpose. Now, I want to indulge a passion. And that passion is to get something PRINTED. So - I've a novel in my mind, to be written. And I don't want to print it myself - what's the process to follow? What do publishers want to see, a whole book or a synopsis, when do they want to see it, how do I submit to them, etc.?

iWrite2Know said...

Hi,
We are pleased to confer upon you the “Friendship Chain” award. For more got to http://www.iwrite2know.com/2009/07/friendship-chain-award.html

From the desk of the iW2K team

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