Robert Lee Brewer, author, writer, editor at Writer's Digest, Poet Laureate of the Blogosphere, and blogger extraordinaire, has set forth a challenge for budding, and experienced, writers alike, this month, and I began this journey, here.
Day 30 is about going forward, and taking what we did, and learned, in this Challenge, and finding ways to put it all to use to build a platform for ourselves as writers.
It is also about sharing our thoughts about the experience.
I began the month with hopes of learning some new things, making new friends, and connections, among people with similar interests, hopes, and dreams, and end the month with a lot to think about.
"Did you like it? Was it too much?"
Up until the last week, when events in my life took precidence for my time, I was having a fine time, even made some friends, as I tiptoed into the FB group, and began to use Twitter again.
"Do you feel like you're in a better place now than you were a month ago?"
Yes, and no, as I've not been able to get as involved, in activities, and discussions, and connecting with my fellows, as I might have wished, on FB, or the LinkedIn Group.
I've learned some new things, have some new websites, and presentations to check out.
The truth remains that I'm still as much a Newbie at the game of Platform Building as when I started, just a little less so.
As for daily/weekly tasks related to my writing, and platform building, in May...I am determined to do some new things, and re-ignite some old things, related to my blogging, especially the Cat blog, but my personal life will take up most of my focus....
I thank Mr. Brewer for the chance to go thru this experience.
It was something I felt was important for me to attempt and, despite everything, I'm glad I did. :-D