The Writers’ Platform-Building Campaign

19 thoughts on “The Writers’ Platform-Building Campaign”

  1. I love your analogy to the Roman god in that, as writers, we have to face both ways: inward but with an eye outward. I am also hugely impressed by the writer campaign challenge. Look forward to connecting some more.

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  2. I’m in your Adult Fiction group at the Campaign, and wanted to say hello. It’s great to meet you and to discover your blog, best of luck and I’ll see you around! 🙂

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  3. I know what you mean about time constraints. I’m at risk of not having enough time to write due to all the various blogfests that are happening. The problem is I enjoy them but I also need to write. I’m a bit worried about reading your Derek and Annie series. They sound scarily like me and Mr A!!

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  4. Hello Allison, Wishing you the best of luck with the submission for a fine kettle of fish. Saying hello from your literary fiction group;)

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  5. Hi Zan and Julie – good to meet. Have already been across to visit you in yout own ‘homes’.
    Christy – hope to get there soon. We ‘litfic’ types should stick together!

    Ros – I’ve had a dry spell writing-wise and suddenly keen to get back to it. Will just have to see how things go. Glad you sense an empathy with D. and A. They are fiction, but all tinged with a certain 50+ angst which I think is commonplace. As the saying goes, ‘in sickness and in health,’ but not for lunch!
    Ali B

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  6. Hi Ali!
    I joined the Campaign for the first time this year, and with just the same hesitations. But you’re right, we do have to face both ways. And the only way people will read our work is if they know about it in the first place!

    Had a mad weekend preparing publicity stuff (bit ironic really) so only just off to meet people in the Campaign.
    Happy writing and blogging,

    Juliet
    http://julietgreenwoodauthor.wordpress.com/

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  7. Hi Juliet
    Thanks so much for visiting. Just been over to your blog- what fab photos of North Wales – a landscape that never fails to astonish.
    Think we may have a few things in common …
    AliB

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  8. Hi Ali,
    Thanks for comments on the pictures of North Wales! I love your photo header, that looks really moody and atmospheric. I haven’t visited Scotland for a few years, but I spent a lot of summers with family in Elie, just below St. Andrews, when I was a kid. Beautiful beaches and countryside, and the water is incredibly clear. But I do remember how cold the sea is on that east coast …
    Great to get to know you. Here’s to the journey!

    Juliet

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  9. Hi Ali,

    Mm, I thought that looked a bit familiar for Scotland 🙂 Good choice! (But then I am biased.)

    The RNA is definitely a good move. They have helped me so much – and their parties are pretty awesome, too. Maybe catch you there sometime?

    Juliet

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  10. Heya, just popping by (whilst yawning) to say I’m a campaigner too and am literally zonked out -so I’ll try and pop by when I’m more refreshed:) Nice to meet you.

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