Happy Birthday, Shakespeare! Known for his spectacular sonnets, the Moms Who Write admin team thought it only fitting to honor him with our own.
It isn’t like I have a lot of it, you know? So when I sit down with my brain and mine it for words, that is time that I am not using to complete another task. That is critical time. And I know we all feel it.
We bleed onto the page and give voice to our own pain, hoping that others will see themselves in our words. Sometimes we’re trying to make sense of things. Maybe we want to feel like we aren’t alone.
We’ve been planning for months and trying to figure out how to formalize some of the things we’ve been doing in our group for the past year. Our community is incredibly supportive, growing larger by the day. But we wanted to provide our members more. Enter: Moms Who Write on Patreon!
The reality is that you need to have some sort of online presence. The goal here will be to lay out some approaches and ideas and help you decide how this can work for you. Here are some thoughts on building Instagram for authors.