Well-Written Wednesday: Tips on Writing a Review Post

(New here? For more information about growing your blog revenue and the goals of “Well-Written Wednesday”, see here.) This week’s tips on writing come from Jaymie at Snacks for Max. Jaymie is a social media publicist for Author Solutions, and she has one toddler son. Jaymie’s uses her blog primarily to review children’s books.    

Well-Written Wednesday: Tips on Writing featuring Jill from “Baby Rabies”

(New here? For tips on growing your blog revenue and the goals of “Well-Written Wednesday” see here.) The following tips on writing are inspired by this post written by Jill at Baby Rabies. Jill is the mother of two, and her blog is “the place where [she goes] into entirely too much detail about what happens when Baby Fever becomes Baby Rabies. Seriously, it’s really all too much information.”  

Well-Written Wednesday: Tips on Writing a Giveaway Post

(New here? For more information regarding growing your blog revenue and the goals of “Well-Written Wednesday”, see here.) Today’s tips on writing come from a post by Jayne. Jayne writes the blog The Naptown Organizer. She is a wife, mama of a toddler, speech language pathologist, blogger, and soon to be mama of two in December.  Jayne blogs about her trek as a crunchy mama through parenting, any and everything granola, and a life more organized. Jayne also blogs for TheBump.com and Milan Maternity. The giveaway post is a difficult one to write. You typically already have an engaged audience, but making…

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Well-Written Wednesday: Featuring Bridgette Gallagher (Tips on Writing)

  (New here? For more information about growing your blog and the goals of Well-Written Wednesday, see here.) This week’s tips on writing come from a post written by Bridgette Gallagher. Bridgette is an English Teacher by day and Mommy by night. Shortcut Girl is her meditations of making life easier, one shortcut at a time. She lives in an old fixer upper in Saratoga Springs, NY where she is Mom to Parker, 2 and Celia, 1. She writes the blog Shortcut Girl where she posts primarily rants and raves, tips for looking good, and insightful pieces on parenting.

Well-Written Wednesday: Featuring Jamie Wright (Tips on Writing)

(New here? For more information regarding growing your blog revenue and the goals of Well-Written Wednesday, see here.)  This week’s tips on writing come from Jamie Wright of The Very Worst Missionary. Because she has articulated it so exceptionally well, I’m going to send you here to find out more about her.

Well-Written Wednesday: “Growing Your Blog” from Melissa at Growing Up Geeky

For information on how to improve your blog revenue and the goals of Well-Written Wednesday, check here. This week’s tips on writing come from Melissa, a type-A former mathlete who is married to an oboe and video game playing organic chemist. She is the mother of two little girls and she blogs at Growing up Geeky, where she prefaces her stories on parenting with the idea that “when it comes to being cool, [her] kids won’t have a prayer”. Melissa’s blog is currently #2 on Top Baby Blogs, but last week she was #1. If you like this post, vote for her. 

Well-Written Wednesday: “Revision Fatigue” by Nathan Bransford (Tips on Writing)

For information on how to improve your blog revenue and the goals of Well-Written Wednesday, check here. Today’s post is from Nathan Bransford, the author of the Jacob Wonderbar books. Remember a few months ago when I was looking for a boy alternative for the Romona Quimby books? I found the answer in Nathan’s Jacob Wonderbar – wholesome, adventurous, and fun. Nathan was formerly a literary agent with Curtis Brown Ltd. and is now the social media manager at CNET. He also writes one of my favorite blog series called “This Week in Books” which has provided me with inspiration for 90% of the…

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Well-Written Wednesday: Mrs. Fringe (Tips on Writing)

For information on how to improve your blog revenue and the goals of Well-Written Wednesday, check here. The following post was syndicated from a blog written by MrsFringe. She lives in Manhattan with her husband–Husband, three kiddos–Man Child, Nerd Child, and Flower Child, two dogs–Big Senile Dog and Little Incredibly Dumb Dog, and the ever changing live stock in her reef tank.  In between her glamorous life of walking dogs and navigating the cutthroat world of school admissions in NY, she works on her writing and blogging about the world of broke parenting and reefing in NY. She was featured on WordPress’ “Freshly Pressed”. 

Well-Written Wednesday: Featuring Amber Dusick (Tips on Writing)

For information on how to improve your blog revenue and the goals of Well Written Wednesday, check here. This week’s tips on writing come from Amber Dusick. Amber writes and illustrates Parenting. Illustrated with Crappy Pictures™ where she tells real and hilarious stories about raising two young children, Crappy Boy and Crappy Baby. Crappy Pictures was a 2012 Bloggies Award winner for best parenting or family weblog, Circle of Moms 2012 Top 25 Funny Mom Blogs, Parents Magazine 2011 Funniest Mom blog Winner and one of 5 Hilarious Blogs for Parents by Parade.com. She writes a parenting humor column on The Huffington Post and her…

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Well-Written Wednesday: “On Being Made Real” by Beth Woolsey (Tips on Writing)

(New here? For information on how to improve your blog revenue and the goals of Well-Written Wednesday, check here.)   The following tips on writing come from a blog post that was written and originally posted here by Beth Woolsey. If you’d like to read another fantastic and hilarious post by Beth, see this post on talking smack. Beth Woolsey is the writer and humorist behind the Five Kids Is A Lot of Kids blog. She has been described as “optimistic, authentic, poignant and laugh-out-loud funny, [capturing] the mom experience with all its pathos and humor,” and was named one of Sheknows.com’s Top Five Moms Who Will Make You…

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