Tuesday, August 8, 2017

I'm Stumped (25 Blog Post Ideas for Authors)

As a writer, vlogger, and blogger I know all too well how difficult it can be sometimes to come up with something to say. Choosing a topic to blog about is occasionally very easy. There are days when I know exactly what I want to say. And then there are days when I don't have a clue and I scour the internet for ideas and still come up empty-handed.

I'm sure there are plenty of other writers who blog who have faced this dilemma time and time again. In honor of them, I'm going to create a list of possible blog topics, both as a reference for myself and for everyone else out there who doesn't have a clue what to blog about! :)

This list is definitely going to be geared toward authors, because writing is what my blog is all about.


-writing update (what have you been working on recently?)

-book review (what have you been reading?)

-describe your writing space (and include pictures!)

-describe your ideal writing space

-your inspiration juice when writing? (most writer's tend to say coffee, but mine is definitely tea!)

-post a chapter of your current manuscript

-how do you beat writer's block?

-how do you feel about NaNoWriMo?

-your biggest distraction when writing?

-interview a fellow author

-interview one of your readers

-quarterly writing goals

-your story as a writer (where did it all begin? How far have you come? Who influenced you the most?)

-the biggest mistakes you've made as an author

-did you self-publish or go traditional? Why?

-your favorite book of all time?

Polls (get your audience involved)

-for naming characters

-for naming books

-for what to write next




-character mapping


-choosing a story


There you go...that's my little list! If you're still stumped, I would recommend checking out this list! http://selfpublishingteam.com/105-author-blog-prompts/   It's one I use a lot!

Hope that helps! :)

Happy writing, everybody!

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