Why & How I use Pic Collage I use Pic Collage to create quick designs that I can post on social media (primarily for Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook). Most of the graphics that I design are a celebration of the beauty and gift of books. Marking a book's release date, celebrating a favorite author, or... Continue Reading →
Connecting with Authors on Flipgrid You may have Flipgrid Fever like countless schools all over the world and as a result, you have been amplifying student voice on a video-based platform that knocks down the four walls of your classroom, extending learning beyond your school, to now include the greater global community. The possibilities are... Continue Reading →
Today's post will cover Tip #6: It's Okay to Not Review Every Book You Read.
Today's post will cover Tip #5: Plan Ahead and be prepared. Keep a calendar of important celebrations, themes, and topics that you want to blog about in the future.
Today's blog post will cover tip #4: Follow other bloggers. Read, support, and share their work with others.
Today's post will cover Book Blogging Tip #3: Use Images. Break up text with relevant images throughout. Use FREE resources like Adobe Spark to create a clean, professional, engaging blog post.
Today's post will cover Book Blogging Tip #2: Get Social. Sharing blog posts on Twitter and making good use of hashtags.
Today's post will cover Blogging Tip #1: Blog Regularly, including binge-writing and scheduling blog posts.
Storystorm 2018 hosted by Tara Lazar At the very end of 2017, I signed up for Tara Lazar's Storystorm for the first time. It's an annual writing challenge for all writers at any stage, to generate 30 ideas over 31 days (1/1-1/31/18). It is one of two writing challenges I have committed myself to thus... Continue Reading →