I know. My blog looks different. I gave it a full makeover. But don’t worry, I’m still talking about the same stuff – writing and historical research – just in a different way. I’m doing this for you, dear audience. I’m trying to make your lives easier.
There are a few reasons for this change. 1) During my research on blog topics, I found what you probably found, a ton of writing and history blogs. I became a little worried that my blog could get lost in the shuffle. 2) Many writers/researchers have asked me, “Where do I find good information?”, “How do I know it’s a good site?”, and “What is a good resource for my topic?” Well, I thought that instead of being another writer dishing out advice, why not go through the information for my audience and tell them what’s good and where to find it. Thus, the new blog was born. Think of me as your own personal writing adventurer bravely hacking through the wordy vegetation bringing you informational treasures to help showcase your talents.
The page titles are all the same and the topics in each will be similar:
Inquiring Minds Wanna Know: Who am I?
Crafting the Craft: Advice on writing techniques and tools.
Word Around the Bookshop: Breaking news in the publishing industry and books.
Tea Reads: Reviews of fiction and historical nonfiction books, craft and publishing books. I focus on how you can learn from these books and use them to benefit your writing.
The Sampler: My fiction and examples of writing techniques and tools.
Fact-Finding Mission: Where can you find historical information?
Age of the Techie: Reviews of good writing websites, apps, podcasts, blogs, etc.
Hold On, I’m Coming: My upcoming publications.
MSRP Café Menu: Hire me to do your research.
Please let me know how you like this new format and if you find my blog helpful. For those who have visited my site before, which format do you like more, the new one or the old? Leave a comment and let me know. I’m off on another writing adventure!
Need help? Want advice? Want me to write about something specific? Like something? Don’t like something? Let me know. Like all authors, I am interested in decorum and critiques, not put-downs or criticisms. Post a comment or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.