Posting A Story On Your Blog

Blogging a book is a fun way to show your readers what your writing style is while entertaining them.

I haven’t posted a story on my blog in a while and it feels like it’s overdue. In years past, I’ve created stories fully on my blog prior to self-publishing them on Amazon. The helpful comments I got from readers gave me further motivation and inspiration to continue.

I think that blogging a book can demonstrate your writing ability while entertaining your viewers with a regular, bite-sized read a couple of times per week. While writing about writing is interesting and fun, a nice dose of sheer creativity is a great way to switch things up.

I’m going to be posting a free book on here very soon, because I’d love you guys to see what I can write. I also love the idea of giving a story away for free to the people who support my writing the most. So, do keep a watch out! I’ll be posting a free book soon (In blog post-sized increments for easy reading). I’m still narrowing down which one to post and I’m excited to reveal which book it will be.

Thank you again for all your support! ❤

On that note, if you’re currently writing a story on your blog, please send me a link to it in the comments below. I’d love to check it out!

(Photo by Tamara Velazquez from Pexels)

6 comments

  1. Was thinking of posting short stories on my blog, too, then, put em up as epub for free when they’re done, and bundle them as omnibus when i got a bunch. Not sure if that’s something I’d be comfortable with, my first drafts aren’t very polished. How do you handle that?

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