I've noticed a lot online about writers being fed up with social media. Is the honeymoon over? Not as rosy as it all seemed at the beginning of the blogging love affair? There's still work, writing, family pressures-- all this to fit around the time required online to sell more books or to get an agent or to find the perfect publisher. Plus I believe a lot of people might have gotten into it with too high of expectations.
I love blogging and
To those who are feeling conflicted about blogging, two words: balance and enjoyment. Try balancing your responsibilities as effectively as you possibly can, realizing that if you publish a book these days you must promote and this is the fastest, easiest way to do so.
Unless you hate it. That's where enjoyment comes in. Do it if you enjoy it, but if not then find another venue. There's writers who really dislike blogging but adore
Coming up on Wednesday, an interview with Terry Lynn Johnson, the debut author of DOGSLED DREAMS.