Open Book Blog Hop – 4th January 2021   1 comment

Stevie Turner

Welcome to the first Open Book Blog Hop of 2021. This week the topic is:

‘How do you keep focused during long writing sessions?’

When I started writing novels back in 2013 I could write for hours to the exclusion of everything else. After I had been writing for a year or so I learned that I had to build a writer platform to get noticed. To do this I had to engage on social media with writing groups and other authors, and … reader… that’s where the rot set in.

The little red notifications on Twitter and Facebook and the orange ‘bell’ notification on WordPress meant that there was a new comment to answer. I didn’t want to store them all up and answer them in one long session on social media, and I didn’t want people to think their comments were going unanswered. Therefore I answered comments as…

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Posted January 4, 2021 by aurorawatcherak in Uncategorized

One response to “Open Book Blog Hop – 4th January 2021

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  1. Thanks Lela for the re-blog.

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