2015: Looking Back and Looking Ahead11:00
Now that 2015 has begun, I’m looking ahead. During my blogging break I took some time to start planning what I want to do on the blog this year. I have some ideas for what I’d like to do, but I’d love to hear from you guys as well. Currently I post about writing, writing music, and the occasional bookish or writerly tag. Would you like more content on the blog? I’m thinking about adding in the occasional book or writing resource review to shake things up. What do you think? Is there anything else that you would like to see? And what do you want to hear about? Is there anything in particular you’d like me to write about? Let me know!
Another thing I’d like to do this year is to host some guest posters. Last year I was lucky enough to have three amazing guest posters on the blog, and this year I’d like to host a few more. If you’re interested in guest posting, send me a message through my brand new 'Contact' page with a link to your blog, a couple of ideas for what you'd like to post about, and an email address I can contact you at.
And one final piece of news, we passed 50 followers while I was on break. I’m so excited that so many people have joined Gossiping with Dragons! That got me thinking about how people celebrate milestones on blogs. I’ve never really celebrated them, and I’d love to hear how you guys celebrate follower milestones, or blog anniversaries. What ideas have you seen and loved? What have you done in the past?
So, that’s about it. Now it’s your turn. What do you want to see on this blog? What are you doing differently on your blogs this year? Have you made any New Year’s Resolutions? What did I miss while I was gone? Tell me all the news!
Want more? Check out the best of 2014:
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10 Tips for Building a Regular Writing Routine
Guest Post: 5 Ways to See Your Novel Through
Top Ten Books I Would Give to People Who Have Never Read Fantasy
Sometimes I'm a Story
(Almost) Completely Mad
Go Teen Writers
Gemma Rose's NaNoWriMo
5 Ways to See Your Novel Through
Five Tips for Surviving NaNoWriMo