Let’s say, hypothetically, someone didn’t want to write blog posts anymore. Would publishers send said person books if they posted reviews on Goodreads, Amazon and/or other assorted retail establishments or social media channels?
Should book blogging be pure love of reading or corrupted by financial motives? Or is it maybe some place awkwardly in between?
An earnest and heartfelt exploration of Merritt’s spiritual journey but also an odd blend of Southern Baptist evangelical culture and progressive attempts to rework faith in light of modern experience and perspectives.
I periodically get in funks where nothing quite seems to “work” for me and I find myself reading three or four books at one time looking for something that will connect or get the juices flowing again; something that compels me to write because I want to get my opinion down rather than writing because I haven’t written anything here for awhile.
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To be successful at blogging do you need to read and comment on blogs?
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I asked the following question on Twitter and then realized the 140 character limit might make it hard to answer: … More
I am sure there are a few of you out there who have had to explain what exactly Twitter is … More