Texas-Style Roundup – My Top 10 Most Viewed Posts on Writing

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Yee Doggie! It’s roundup time!

My writer’s blog went live on January 15, 2016. At the time I had two maybe three ideas for blog posts. I was petrified that I wouldn’t be able to come up with interesting content to keep my blog going past six months. But here I am one year, two months, and 42 published posts later. Woo-hoo!

Over the course of the year, some of my posts have gotten more views than others. So I decided to do a Texas-style roundup and share my top ten posts of all time just in case you missed them. Here goes in the order of most viewed:

1. Pay Attention to the Burning Bush!

2. For Writing Better Stories: 12 Great Tips You’ve Probably Never Heard

3. Transform Your Novel With 3 Simple Writing Hacks

4. 6 Tips for Writing Dialogue that Snaps, Crackles, and Pops!

5. 5 Ways Fiction Writers Sabotage their Stories

6.
What’s in Your Writer’s Toolbox

7. To Self-Publish or Not to Self Publish –That is the Question

8. How to Write a Good Bad Guy

9. Have You Dreamed the Next Best-Selling Novel?

10. On Writing – 7 Things I Know for Sure

I hope in some way I have accomplished my goal of informing, inspiring, and/or encouraging you on your writing journey with this blog – for that is my sincere desire.

As always, thanks for stopping and happy writing!

Catherine

2 thoughts on “Texas-Style Roundup – My Top 10 Most Viewed Posts on Writing

  1. Your blog has been “point on” for us novice writers 😊, for me, it has served as an guide to some of the most “”key” elements to write or tell a story to a reader. I have characters that have lived in my mind and I have been challenged to pening them to paper. The blog posts you’ve shared are the most instructional and understandable!!

    Thank you,
    C. Maggie Rollins

  2. Maggie,
    Thanks so much for sharing those wonderful comments! It makes me feel really good to know that the information I’m sharing is useful. I pouring out everything I’ve learned and continue to learn in hopes that I’m helping someone. So thank you for taking the time to be of such great encouragement!

    Sincerely,
    Catherine

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