Posted by: nancycurteman | September 24, 2011

Ten Ways to Find an Audience For Your Writing

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I’ve been a bit under the weather lately, but now I’m feeling pretty perky. While I was down under, I read an excellent article by one of my author friends, Art Carey. The title is: “Ten Ways to Find an Audience For Your Writing.” We all want an audience don’t we? In fact we must have one.  Here’s a little soupcon of what you’ll find in the piece.

In his article Art includes basic resources such as:

• mom, friends, relatives
• critique groups
• writing clubs

Then he explains to writers how to:

• become members of National and International writers’ organizations including online groups
• review published books for various editors
• develop a platform by creating a website and a blog site.

Art Carey’s article is packed with lots of useful information and practical suggestions. It’s a great start toward your goal of finding an audience for your writing. You can find it in the May/June, 2011 issue of Writers’ Journal.

More Writing Tips:

How to Market Your  Mystery Novel

Critique Groups: A Great way To Perfect Your Writing

How to Write a Book Review

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  1. Sending you healing thoughts! Thanks for sharing this article and tips. Have you checked out my Wizzy stories? They are not mysteries! I’m having some fun with allegories. Raising a little dust for fun. Take good care now.

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    • Wizzy stories sounds intriguing. I will definitely check them out. Do I reach them from your website?

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  2. Glad to hear you’re on the mend, NC!

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  3. Glad you’re feeling better Nancy!

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