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Becoming a blogger

Posted by on September 15, 2013

I’ve been many things in my life; a writer remained at the front of how I always chose to describe myself, but when the Internet beckoned me, my answer was to start a magazine that would inspire artists and contain content I love. That magazine has shaped itself into a resource for all creative entrepreneurs, and I have stepped back as the jack-of-all-trades to focus my attention to what I most love. I most love the feeling when I’ve built something or someone else up.

 

I began by writing my dreams into characters who could accomplish all things imagined within the constructs of my short stories. Those characters melded with myself as I learned through experience, and the genre of creative nonfiction hosted the majority of my writing. Fearing that making a living and writing were mutually exclusive, I majored in psychology and minored in creative writing. While I don’t regret what I’ve learned about human nature and the things that make us mortals tick, I discovered that teaching and helping others fulfill their dreams is at the heart of my dream.

 

So, I’m starting a blog where I can address an audience of artists who can use my copy editing help in writing books, and my copy writing help in branding a small business. I will examine elements of photographs that tell a story (photojournalism), discuss how I use social media to brand and, on Fridays, I will sneak a post or two about the things I’m learning as I grow my babies into responsible members of the artistic community we call Earth.

 

Please feel free to subscribe to my updates (on the right of this post) or just check back regularly. My Facebook is www.facebook.com/EllenEldridge27 and I’m on Twitter @EllenEldridge27.

 

2 Responses to Becoming a blogger

  1. Angela Muncher

    Excellent. I love hearing of how peoples stories shape us and inspire us. Thank you. I am looking forward to reading about your experiences and knowledge. Sharing with people is the best !

  2. Ellen

    Thank you so much for stopping by and reading!