Christian Fiction Writer


Why Blog?

"Professional-level" blogging means high quality writing, interesting stories, personal observations, unique coverage, and a friendly, engaging, and interactive style that was until recently sorely lacking in the mainstream media. Read More at
Terry Whalin asks "Is Blogging Dead?" in an excellent post discussing how important blogs are today:
"An online forum recently asked this question--without anyone giving much of a response. In my last few entries, I've been writing about some of the insight from Bob Bly's new book, Blog Schmog which is a skeptical and practical look at blogging and business. People love absolutes--you must do such and such as a writer. For example, some people are saying every writer must have a blog." read more at Terry Whalin Blogspot
Camy Tang invites Blog Guests
"This is Camy Tang, the loud Asian chick, talking more about the content you post on your blog. You don’t want to be a boring blog, right? Well, change things up a little. Here are a few suggestions at link:"

Mary E. Demuth blogs over at relevantblog, pioneerparenting, the Master's Artist, and she blogs at the CAN marketing blog. "I've developed a small readership and, thanks to a fellow blogger, I've used a handy trick to keep the first entry a newspace. (Here's the secret. Shhhhhh. Just date your first entry far into the future and it will always stay the first entry.) When you first start a blog, consider doing a few things" (read more at


GeorgianaD said...

HI Vicki,

I'll have to check out the links. I haven't visited the CAN blog in a while, oops!

And I think blogging is way fun, there's no way it's dead! Woo-hoo!

Camy Tang said...

Thanks for the shout-out, Vicki!

Vicki Mccollum said...

Georgiana: I agree! Blogging is fun, especially the interaction with readers.

Camy: You're welcome for the 'shout-out."

Thanks to both of you for stopping by and commenting.

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