13th April 9-10pm. @office_mum discusses “Using blogging to move your writing career.”

Andrea Mara debut novel ‘The Other Side of the Wall’ is out on the 6th June.

 #WritersWise transcript of her chat is here https://storify.com/drlfarrell/writerswise-how-blogging-can-help-your-writing-car

Thk u to all who join us on the 13th April. 

Andrea Mara is a freelance writer and blogger, who lives in Dublin with her husband and three young children. She writes lifestyle features for Irish newspapers, magazines, and websites, and has won multiple awards for blogging. She attempts – often badly – to balance work, family and writing, then lets off steam on her blog, OfficeMum.ie. When she’s not keeping one eye on the kids, and the other on Twitter, she’s furiously scribbling notes for her next book. Her first book, The Other Side of the Wall, will be published by Poolbeg Press later this year.

Andrea Mara – Freelance Writer & Blogger

website:          OfficeMum.ie                          

email:             Andrea@OfficeMum.ie                

twitter:           @Office_Mum

facebook:        Facebook/ Office Mum     

phone:             086 842 7310


Questions for #WritersWise tweetchat. 

T1. Why might people start blogging/why did you start? 

T2. Where can you find material and followers for your blog? 

T3. How might blogging advance your writing life? 

T4. What pit falls could you tell other bloggers/those who want to start? 

T5. Do all writers need to blog? 

Closing thoughts 

Our next chat is with Maura McElhone @maurawrites on the 20th April. 9-10 pm. 

                   

 



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