What I am enjoying about the Write Tribe Festival of Words is the comments I am seeing around the blogs. Most of them are well thought out and genuine and very encouraging.
A spirit of camaraderie is an important part of blogging. The only competition we should see is ourselves. We should constantly ask ourselves – ‘How can I improve my writing? How can I make my blog better? What can I learn?’ Seeking feedback, and constantly being on the look out for ways to improve is so important for success.
Remember, there is no blogger so big that s/he doesn’t need an audience and feedback. From experience, I can say that I have built readership the hard way – writing regularly, reading a lot, visiting and commenting on blogs and building a network. If you know of any shortcuts to this let me know! 😉
I’m so glad that there are many bloggers who are on my regular list of reads participating in this challenge. These are some of the most regular bloggers who are just passionate about writing. I’d love to share some of their links with you.
The Light Stealers Song (no, Cairn Rodrigues is not related to me – we’re just almost-twins! 😉 )
Besides these, I would recommend
Before I leave you with the linky, I must say how amused I was to see the latest post on Copyblogger : 7 Good Features Every Good Webhost Should Offer. Perhaps they’re secretly taking ideas from Write Tribe? 😛
Make Day 5 of the Write Tribe Festival of Words really special!
Please leave your links here and remember to visit the three blogs linked before yours.