A to Z of Blogging


Are You Brave Enough To Be Quirky? (A to Z of Blogging)

I was a pretty weird kid, ‘quirky’ you might say. My siblings would probably agree that all things considered, we were a weird family. One of my many nicknames was Linus because I never went anywhere without my blanket. via GIPHY I didn’t suck my thumb like normal kids, no, […]

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Problem solving with your blog

Being A Problem Solver (A to Z of Blogging)

What’s the first thing we all do these days if we have a problem with something? We’ll Google it! …Or take to our Social Media channels and ask the hive mind what they think.   The Purpose Of Business Strip away everything, get right down to the fundamentals of business […]


What Do My Blog Readers Need From Me? (A-Z of Blogging: Need)

There’s a mantra in fiction writing, ‘Show don’t tell’.   Reader’s Need Context Don’t tell us the character is crying, show us their heartbreak, describe the anguish in their expression. It’s much more powerful and compelling. The same goes for your blog writing. Blogging is not about writing an academic […]


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Fall In Love With Your Blog (A-Z of Blogging)

My love affair with blogging started in 2013 when I was in process of publishing my first book – The Bronze Box. Every day I did one thing towards publishing and marketing my first book, then every week I would blog my seven actions. As someone who has been writing […]


Be Known For Your Knowledge (A-Z of Blogging)

“Knowledge is knowing a tomato is a fruit. Wisdom is not putting it in a fruit salad”   I do enjoy a pub quiz. It was a regular event when we had a lodger living with us. Pitting our knowledge against fellow drinkers in a local pub, my hairless-husband was […]

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I hate jargon! How Jargon ruins your blogs

How Jargon Is Killing Your Blog (A-Z of Blogging)

A letter drifted through my letterbox from Bristol City Council. Now, I’d consider myself to be a reasonably literate and educated person. I’m no brain of Britain, but as a word weaver, it takes a lot for me to struggle to interpret a piece of writing. However, this particular letter […]