Amber Skye Forbes

Writing Words With the Tips of My Toes

What Would You Like to See On This Blog?

CheshireCat2 Now that I’m back from a social media break, I really am curious about what you guys would be interested in seeing more of on this blog. We all blog for a reason, and we all read blog posts for a reason, and I would just love to know what you guys seriously want to see.

Here is some of what I have planned:

Book reviews
Guest posts
Posts about my book

I would love if you guys could add to the list, or give me some ideas for the things I already have listed. Would you guys like me to start doing videos? I have no idea what videos I could do, but I’d be willing to try. Would you guys like to see tips? You know, stuff like that.

It’s not easy blogging every day because one’s treasure chest of ideas must be limitless. Once my contract manager and I start diving into When Stars Die, I may not even be able to blog every day, but for now, I’d love to build up the content of my website for you to enjoy. In any case, I look forward to your suggestions in the comments below!


5 comments on “What Would You Like to See On This Blog?

  1. theparasiteguy
    April 27, 2013

    Book reviews are always good; ditto giveaways. Concerning your book, there’s quite a few directions you could go down. I for one would love to hear the planning process behind it, as well as your thoughts on individual characters within the book.

    I’d also be keen to hear any writing advice that you may have, though I’m aware from your “blogging tips” post that you’re not overly fond of the idea.

    • amberskyef
      April 27, 2013

      Well, if you’d like to hear advice, I can give it! This blog isn’t entirely for me, after all. What sort of advice would you like to hear?

      • theparasiteguy
        April 27, 2013

        Method avoid writer’s block would certainly be good to read. I’d also love to see you think makes a good scene, when and where you write…stuff like that, really :).

        And I’m going to second AlmostWritten: ways to keep insecurities in check are always helpful.

  2. almostwritten
    April 27, 2013

    I would appreciate any insights on the writing process you can give. How do you avoid procrastination? How much time do you spend writing? How do you oppose your main character? How long do you ponder about opening lines for each chapter? How do you keep insecurities in check?
    I would also love to read small pieces of your writing. Nothing too long, just a couple of well defined paragraphs. A setting descripting for example. A piece of dialogue.
    And yes, I also loooooove writing tips. If they’re practical and useful of course.

    • amberskyef
      April 27, 2013

      I can definitely do all these right here. Ah…you guys are giving me so many ideas. It’s great! Thanks!

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