Okay guys, so this is more of a question/poll than an actual post.
I’ve recently gotten back into writing and querying, as well as doing some buddy writing and other things. A while ago, I uploaded some writing advice posts. At the time I felt like I had said about all I was comfortable saying about writing, especially given that I’m not an expert and I don’t work in the industry. Part of this reservation also stemmed from the fact that, when I started my blog, I was done drafting and editing The Heir of Ink and Magic and had already been through a few rounds of querying.
However, I’m now embarking on a new WIP and this gives me a new opportunity here. I was considering posting updates on the blog [alongside all the usual bookish stuff like reviews and things] and giving bits of advice or talking through my process/things I was getting stuck on along the way. For obvious reasons, I don’t want to share too much about the project, not while I’m considering representation, but I think it might help both me and potentially other writers to simply talk about some of the things I encounter as I am writing. Sort of like a daily journal kind of thing.
Does anyone have any thoughts on this? I’m always a bit hesitant to claim any kind of authority when it comes to writing, simply because I am not in any way an authority figure. I’m [as of yet] not a published author, or an agent, editor or publisher. I might not have much to say about the subject. However, I was wondering if any of you writers out there might appreciate walking alongside me on this project and getting to experience some of the things I encounter when writing this book?
Let me know what you think in the comment section guys. If a few of you are interested, I will put up posts maybe once or twice a week alongside the book reviews and articles if I have enough to write about.