Learning to Love the Thing About Writing You Hate

Hey Clan!

This week on Writers Chat, blogger, Angelene Woodard from Unqualified Mom, joined us to talk about Learning to Love the Thing About Writing You Hate. If you’re a writer with a blog, you’ll find this week’s show encouraging.

Catch the replay here!

Angelene Woodard

On the show we discussed the things we struggle with as writers. Top on the list was blog creation and  blogging resources.

Viewers loved the themes on Angelene Woodard’s Site: Unqualified Mom and Rebekah Dorris’ site Isaiah 53 Design. These sites were created on wix. An alternative for those wanting to create a website somewhere other than WordPress.

Finding dynamic, free images for blogs is another chore for writers.

Viewers unanimously voted Pixabay and Unsplash, as their top go-to sites for free stock images. Another site mentioned was Gratisography.

Other struggles writers face included pitching your work, public speaking, and social media.

A great resource to find helpful how-to articles on all these struggle areas is The Steve Laube Agency.

Branding yourself as a writer, proved another tender spot.

If you groan at the thought of personal branding, Donald Miller’s Building a Storybrand may be just what the doctor ordered.

Lastly, writers struggle with creating dynamic looking websites with custom logos and brands.

If you need someone to come alongside you and help you craft your personal brand, look no further than Rebekah Dorris at Isaiah 53 Design. Her outstanding work speaks for itself. But don’t just take my word for it. Check out these samples and testimonials from her clients!


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