Merry Farmer issues a thought provoking question. What do you think?
Far and away, one of the best benefits of attending writer’s conferences is the fact that everyone is buzzing about the latest trends and up-and-coming developments in the writing world. It was at a writer’s conference that I heard the first stirrings of what would become the Indie Revolution, it’s where I heard about the indispensability of social media as a writing tool, and it’s where I met the friends who keep me on top of the changes in the industry as it happens.
So imagine my surprise at the Romance Writers of America nationals in Atlanta last month when I heard—multiple times—that blogging is dead.
Wait, blogging is dead? What’s that all about? Aren’t writers encouraged to have a blog as an essential part of their online platform? Haven’t they been telling us for the past few years that everything should point back to our blog? Am I not…
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Thanks, MT. It makes you think, doesn’t it.
Thanks for that one. It was a great post.