I am finally going to get on a true schedule from now on for my blogging. Here’s what you can expect:
Monday: picture quote from When Stars Die.
Tuesday: serious topic on an issue relating to my personal life.
Wednesday: three songs that have inspired me as an author.
Thursday: a writing-related piece, whether it’s my thoughts on writing or even a book I loved or disliked.
Friday: this one’s a strange one, but since I love fashion and make-up, I’ve decided to dedicate a day blogging about my favorite fashions and critiquing make-up I loved or didn’t love–it is a facet of me, after all.
Saturday: a poem.
Sunday: guest blog post.
So this is the weekly agenda from now on. Expect a post later today on three songs that have inspired me.
Also, since I am wanting to do a guest blog post every Sunday, if you are interested, please e-mail me. I want the post to relate to my blog somehow, so send me a short summary of what you’d like to write about. It will also be on a first come, first serve basis. E-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
How does a weekly book giveaway sound to all of you? Good, right, because that’s exactly what I’m doing. Each week I will be giving away a young adult novel along the veins of When Stars Die and Stolentime. All of you might as well start following my blog now because that is going to be a consistent stipulation to get into these drawings. You might as well share this post too with others. Since I pick up about 10-13 followers per day, I figure it’s just best to do a weekly one where I draw every Sunday instead of waiting for me to hit a certain number of followers.
The books I’m giving away I’ve already read, so I’m not depriving myself of reading material. And my demo money (extra money I make at my job) will pretty much be going toward buying a book a week, so, no, this will not be squeezing me dry. I’m more than happy to do this especially because, hey, free book. Fun. Fun. Fun.
I will be drawing for Coraline this Sunday and will reveal the next book prize then.
Also, I really want to start doing more guest posts and would love for you guys to e-mail me any of your ideas at email@example.com. It can be about whatever you want, so long as it is helpful or relatable (I know these terms are vague, but use them to your discretion). If I have enough, I’d love to do a guest post a day, along with my regularly scheduled blog posts. You can also e-mail me if you want to collaborate on a book giveaway.