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Writing Tips| Why You Should Keep Writing During Dark Times

Writing Tips| Why You Should Keep Writing During the #COVID19 Pandemic

Before I start with my writing tips, I first want to say that I hope that each of you reading this blog is safe, sound and healthy. Please comment below to give me an update on how each of you are doing during this pandemic and its quarantine.

When I thought about writing this post about coronavirus, I originally wanted to make this post super long just to make sure that I didn’t miss any of my writing tips. Because this pandemic has changed everyone’s normal schedule habit in such a short time frame, I decided to try to cram my writing tips into a short and sweet post.

Here are three short and simple reasons you should keep writing throughout the coronavirus pandemic:

1) Writing is in demand

If you’re in the mood to volunteer SAFELY to give back to your community, now is the time to step up and write. Check with local newspapers in your area and volunteer as a writer to help spread accurate and helpful information about coronavirus.  Now is a good time to use both your social platforms and writing skills for a good cause and working with a larger writing platform makes your writing more credible.

2) Don’t Stop Working On Your Project

If your goal is to release your upcoming book or be more active on your blog, no is NOT the time to stop working on those projects. Stay on track with your release dates and publish goals. If for any reason you decide to stop your project in mid-stride, please continue to PROMOTE, PROMOTE, PROMOTE your project. You’re able to do this by using press releases, blogger networks or by simply posting on social media.

3) Now Is The Time To Build Your Audience

Because more cities, states, and countries are in a lockdown/quarantine status more people are at home reading and watching more videos. According to Forbes, more than 500 million people are watching Facebook videos PER DAY. Please keep in mind that these numbers were published prior to the coronavirus. No pressure but this is an amazing time to share, share and share more of your writing content and you may want to that either by blog or video.

Here’s another quick tip: I love sharing pieces of my published books by using Kindle Quotes. Kindle Quotes is just another way authors can either share their writing with others or share work from their books or their favorite authors.

Here’s an example of what Kindle Quotes looks like below:

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My name is LaNette and I’m an Author and Writing Coach. I help small-business owners and aspiring authors write and PUBLISH their stories. I’m a survivor of Domestic Violence and Sexual Abuse. I’m also a wife, mother, and grandmother. Just last year, I pushed past my fear and published 4 books on Amazon, one which was named, Amazon’s #1 Top Seller.  For More Writing Tips Please Be sure to join me on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and my PRIVATE Email List. Please click the links above to join! 

I know that this is a rough time for everyone, but I hope this post brings you a tad bit of inspiration and motivation. I need you all to check in and tell me how everything is going for y’ll.

 

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