Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Authors, do you want to grow your platform?

I found a great opportunity for all writers. Rachael Harrie hosts a campaign to help other author/bloggers to grow their following. It's called the "Third Writers' Platform-Building Campaign" where authors learn to help each other. If you're an author who also loves to read (and all authors should), you can still sign up until the 31st of August. The Campaign will run from now till the 31st of October, and bloggers from all over the world will participate.

Count me in!
campaign sigil

20 comments:

Brittany said...

Hi! I'm a fellow campaigner and also a HTTS student.

Cat said...

Great to see you here. I'll check out all the other blogs tomorrow and the days after. Let's see what we can come up with to attract readers. I think it might be difficult to get MG readers but maybe their parents?

Cat said...

By the way, I'm using my new blog on my homepage. That's where I will need more followers. So if you fell like it, head over there too: http://www.katharinagerlach.com

Robyn Campbell said...

Hey Cat! Following you back, my new friend. I'll head over to your homepage. Love the title for your blog. Wonderful! :-)

Cat said...

Thanks. This is a blog for random thoughts only. My author platform is over at my homepage.

Kelley said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog :) Glad to have you!

Cat said...

Welcome.

Roger Eschbacher said...

Hello, Cat. Very nice to meet you!

Cat said...

Thanks, you too.

MG Higgins said...

Hi, Cat! Thanks for visiting my blog. Looking forward to reading your blog and getting to know you.

Adina West said...

Hi Cat! Welcome to the Campaign. Nice to see some participants from Europe too.

Wish my German was as good as your English...

Cat said...

Welcome to all.

The Golden Eagle said...

Thank you for coming by my blog. :)

It sounds like this is going to be a great Campaign!

Sarah Ketley said...

Many thanks for stopping by my blog,

I have traveled a bit in Germany, i must say it was one of my favorite European countries.

Yes i completely understand what you mean by perceptions when deciding what is historical or not. Here in Australia a 100 year old building is ancient. For you, you have buildings 100's some even 1000's year old. So beautiful. I love the old architecture.

Glad to have you on the campaign i hope you have a blast.

nice to meet you,
sarah

Cat said...

Nice to meet you too. Check out my writing related blog: http://katharinagerlach.com where I'll post all campaign related stories etc.

Rachel Brooks said...

What a great idea! I hope you have a wonderful time as a campaigner!

Also, I’m a new follower—wonderful blog! Stop by my blog and follow me too? :) http://rachelbrookswrites.blogspot.com/

Cat said...

Visited you too...

Lynda R Young said...

Hi fellow campaigner. Looks like I'm an old follower too. Yay!

Elizabeth Varadan aka Mrs. Seraphina said...

BTW: Because you are a new follower, you have been entered in the contest to win a free copy of my MG Fantasy, The Fourth Wish. Check out the rules for increasing your chances on my August 26th post, and good luck. Friday, Sept. 9th is the last day.

Cat said...

Thanks Elizabeth. I'll check it out.