What’s a Writer’s Platform? How not to fall off!

I heard the word “platform” a couple of years ago at a writers’ conference but never really understood what it meant. Sure, I got a vague notion it was about marketing, but I felt shaky about how to do so. Nobody ever defined “platform” in any subsequent workshop or conference, …

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Aso Adobo: More than Food for Thought

I made a commitment to blog about World Food Day as part of Blog Action Day. It sounded appropriate for a Service Sunday blog post. I just didn’t think I’d have so many different things to blog about that I would end up posting twice in one day. This is …

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Blankety-blank page? Not mine.

Before Rachael Harrie’s campaign, I tried to blog once a week, but I often posted less during frequent flurries of family activities and disasters, not to mention writing my second book. With all the blog-hopping I’ve done since the campaign started, I realize once a week isn’t often enough to …

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Last day for Sparkfest? I’m doomed!

Doomed to be a writer? “Doomed” couldn’t be righter, so it’s lucky I’m a fighter. That’s my rhyme for the day. Now on to business because I’m sitting on a time bomb set to go off today—Blog Sparkfest. Christine Tyler, the upside down writer who originated Blog Sparkfest, says “I’m …

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To review or not to review, that is the question for you.

Before that, the question for me was to do or not to do. To make things clear, there’s really no question of me not doing. The only way I could fail as a writer is to quit. I’m never done writing even when I just finished editing the last chapter …

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