And Morgan Marshall Joins the Blogging Revolution

I must admit, I have fought the whole blogging thing. Not because it’s such a huge hit right now with… well… everyone (though that’s usually why I hate things; I can be honest with my hypocracy), but because I write childrens’ books, and kids don’t read blogs.


But I have finally caved, because honestly now-a-days there’s nothing worse than saying you’re a writer who doesn’t have a blog. That said, I’m going to work hard to find subjects to write about that involve what I actually write. I’m not much of a non-fiction kind of person, so blogging will be quite an adventure for me. I’ve been given some ideas as to what I should write, and I’ll run with those and some of my own at first.

I apologize ahead of time for random rambling, whining, and otherwise useless words. Like I said, I write fiction.

That said, onward and upward! (Ten points for where that quote actually comes from…)



6 Responses to “And Morgan Marshall Joins the Blogging Revolution”

  1. korlace Says:

    The horse and his boy. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Close! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  3. Emily Sandoval Says:

    ok what is with this creppy shape thing on my pic place

  4. Connie Grudzinski Says:

    Wow, found your blog while rummaging thru SCBWI. I, too, fear that I must do this blogging thing (and I can’t even spell it!!!) Yikes! And just how DO you figure out what to say, and how do you get to write such lovely reviews of such wonderful stories!! And, do I REALLY have to get a blog???

  5. Hi Connie!

    Well, for the reviews, I’m only writing my own personal opinions on stories I like so I’m just winging it there… not being paid or anything like that. It’s a good subject to write about, though. for sure! As for other subjects, I’m just writing what I think would be interesting to parents and other writers, for the most part.

    I think blogging IS important, yes. I’ve noticed agents and editors like to see that you have a blog so they can check out different styles/genres/subjects you write and who is interested in you. It’s also therapeutic; when I’m stuck on my manuscript I can blog and it helps considerably! I plan to put up most of my shorter graduate papers on childrens’ books and writing as well, when I start school in October.

    I hope this helps, and thanks so much for visiting my blog!

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