Today I’m promoting my other blog – Jodi L. Milner, Author. I’ve been working on it for the past year, posting creative nonfiction, serial fiction, and my quips about life. Sadly, it hasn’t received hardly any notice and only a handful of people stop by for each post. I’d like to change that by appealing to my awesome readers here to go and check it out.
Here are some of my favorite nonfiction posts:
Everything I need to know about life I learned from Spongebob
An Argument for Fantasy Fiction
And what you’ve all been waiting for – some fiction!
The Man in the Cupboard series – an ongoing fiction serial
I hope to see you over there! If you like what you see please share and follow and do all of that other awesome stuff. Tell your friends!
Okay, I’ll stop by. I know what it’s like trying to get people to visit a second site. See ya there!
Yay! You’re awesome. Thanks for the follow!
Who’s awesome? I am. Since your message is clearly not directed at those of us already in the know about Jodi L. Milner, Author. 😉
I actually have a second blog as well (not The Anvil… that’s retired), but I strictly use it for weird stuff like making images Google-searchable. That is, if I make a youtube video and create images for it, I post them on my other blog and tag them with the subject so that anyone who wants to find the images can google-search and find them. It’s cool having a second blog with no followers because i feel no pressure to post regularly or to tailor my content there.
Yep, you’re the awesome sauce to my blog burrito.
I miss the Anvil – you had some great stuff there. Oh well, time marches on for us all. As for your second blog, that’s a cool idea.
There’s a Taco Bell tie-in there somewhere.
The Anvil was fun, but I got tired of writing stories that got 10 clicks. The interactive nature of a writing-themed blog draws more traffic, as you know.
That’s exactly what’s happening with my fiction blog and I keep asking myself why I keep it up. Here’s to trying to do what’s best for my writing career!
Perhaps think of it as an investment, so when you do finish your novel and are querying/publishing/self-publishing etc, you have an established home base.
Yea, that’s where I’m at. I’m getting so close to being done that I’m hoping maybe soon I can start posting more authorly stuff, like release dates and book covers (should I find a publisher…), and less fluff and filler.