A is for Appreciation of your reader (A-Z of writing)


Hi Everyone

Welcome to your A-Z of writing.

Over the coming weeks, I will be going through the A-Z of writing, giving hints, tips, information and advice on writing. Each post will start with a new alphabet letter, in sequence. I have just completed a Level 4 IAG Diploma. (Information, Advice and Guidance.) So lets see if I can put into practice, what I have learnt.

A is for appreciation of your reader. If it wasn’t for them, your audience, you would not be able to light up their life with your creative genius.

It is very important to:

  • Research what your reader wants
  • Add value to your reader’s life
  • Not patronise your readers
  • Attend book signings
  • Give talks
  • Interact with your readers as much as possible
  • Reply to your reader’s tweets and messages
  • Be grateful you are doing what you love
  • Show appreciation to each reader at every available opportunity

Thanks for taking the time to read this blog post, it is much appreciated.

Write soon

Sandra

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4 thoughts on “A is for Appreciation of your reader (A-Z of writing)

  1. Hi hutchagoodlife
    I have just posted “Researching what your reader wants to read.”
    I hope this answers your question? If you need any more help, please let me know.

    Sandra

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  2. Great advice. Our Mummy put a guinea pig story on our blog today which is pretty exciting. Would you be able to go into more detail about how you can research what you target audience are reading. Mummy spends a lot of time watching people in book shops but there must be an easier way!

    Nibbles, Nutty, Bingo & Buddy
    xxxx

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