Beth Barany

Beth Barany is the editor and publisher of the Writer's Fun Zone. Certified as a Creativity Coach and NLP Practitioner, and an award-winning novelist of a YA fantasy novel, Beth Barany is passionate about helping genre novelists get their message out into the world, gain confidence in their self-expression, and discover how they can get noticed and sell books to their readers. More about her services and products for genre novelists at http://www.bethbarany.com. Write on!

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5 Responses

  1. Amy says:

    Great info!! I’m using these tips.

  2. Jeff Mere says:

    GREAT insight. I have recently began a website and blogging, literally a week ago and this was right on! I wanted to enter into this fully expressing myself and beign true to my view on things withuot worrying about what others thing. I actually did that in my blog publication today. Thanks for the voice of encouragement to do just that! Super article! :)
    http://www.divineimpacts.wordpress.com

  3. I’m finding that the Ultimate blog challenge is making it much easier to see what others are writing about. That in itself is helpful. Writing ideas galore, and lots of material to link to later on.

    Thanks for sharing.

  4. Hi folks
    thanks so much for your comments :)

    Please do let me know how you get on Amy

    Thanks for the encouragement Jeff. I look forward to reading your blog.

    Charlotte, I haven’t heard of the Ultimate Blog challenge. I’ll look into it. It sounds very interesting.

    Thanks for stopping by, auntyamo

  5. Beth Camp says:

    I too have enjoyed the Ultimate Blog Challenge for the diversity in blogging styles — and much more attention to building audience than I’m used to. For me, blogging is a way of exploring and sharing ideas related to writing — which may be related to those big current events. What I liked here is that sense of connecting blogs with Twitter, something I never thought about before UBC. Thanks for an upbeat post!

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