If I’m a procrastinator, I obviously procrastinate.
And that means I procrastinate as a writer too.
Me: Yeah, let’s edit! Me: *edits two chapters* Me: TWO WEEKS LATER Me: Oh I should probably start editing again.
HONESTLY. Sometimes I can’t even with myself.
But that’s pretty much my writer’s life. Even though I love writing and thinking of new ideas (43.7% of the time), I just PROCRASTINATE.
IT’S OKAY THO. I know I’ll always come back to it (will I???). I’m trying to make myself do writing-related things each day. Not sure if it’s working, but at least I’m trying??? APPRECIATE ME FOR A SECOND HERE.
In which May decides to be helpful (and also posts abnormally on a Friday GASPPPPP).
Some people* have been asking me about some blogging tips for newbies, and because I’m actually a KIND and GENEROUS person, I decided to write this post!
Of course, this is also my contribution to Mikaela’s Project Big Blogger, Little Blogger. Her project is basically aimed towards big (book) bloggers helping out little bloggers—supporting them in any way to help these little bloggers gain more followers! I’m a Big Blogger (gasp yet again???) and my Little Blogger is Nuala Charlie, over atEngrossed in Books. I hope you find this helpful, Nuala!
But in general, this can help all of you! You may or may not know that I am greatly against following for follows. But in this post you’ll see some things that will get my attention and cause me to click follow!
Obviously when I’m nominated for something, I’m nominated like five times.
Okay, I exaggerate. More like four times.
And OBVIOUSLY, if four blogs nominated me for something, that means that four thousand* people are dutiful mango followers who will do as I say. My logic has no flaws.
But seriously! Thank you so much to Pip and Lolly, Karina, and Cheila for nominating me for this lovely award. Obviously I remember the fourth person who nominated me, because why wouldn’t I??? Seriously though, if you nominated me for this award, please let me know!!!
As a diehard bookworm and fangirl, there are some things I wish I could do, but can’t.
So I have to compromise and just dream.
But then Eventbrite, a place to plan your own conference through their registration online page, contacted me and asked me to write a post on the perfect panel of authors (or characters) that I’d love to see at a conference, and I of course jumped at this wonderful opportunity to fangirl!