5 Things About Blogging That I Don’t Like

I talk about 5 things about blogging that I don’t like.

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What I Wish I had Known Before I Started Blogging

When I started blogging again seven months ago, I leaped into it with a lighthearted manner. I was no stranger to blogging. In fact, I had been blogging — off and on — since I was about thirteen years old. I knew the basic ins and outs of blogging thanks to my personal experience as […]

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4 Things I Learned From Participating in Nanowrimo

Ever since I was a little girl, my biggest dream was to get a book published. Ever since I was little, I have always enjoyed writing. I have always had so many ideas running wild inside my head. I had an overactive imagination, but no way to organize all of my thoughts. My ideas were […]

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GUEST POST: 5 Benefits of Having a Writing Community

Today’s guest post is written by Dominic. Thanks Dominic for guest posting on Crispy Confessions. Please follow him on Instagram or connect with him over on Linkedin. Writing is a tough job. Lots of people imagine writers as eccentric recluses permanently hunched over their manuscript and away from sunlight. Sometimes, it definitely feels this way. […]

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5 Things I’ve Learned From Doing Blogtober

This year, I decided to do Blogtober. First, I’d like to point out that before Blogtober even began, I had no idea what blogtober was. I just remember scrolling past some of the blogs in my WordPress reader. I noticed people were talking about participating in blogtober. I then looked it up, and I quickly […]

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3 Reasons Why You Should Plan Your Nanowrimo Novel

I have done Nanowrimo — or, National Novel Writing Month — five times in the past. Some years I have been a plotter, and other years I have been a pantser. For those who are unfamiliar with the terminology, a plotter is someone who makes a detailed outline of their novel. A pantser is someone […]

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