Blogs need good content, most especially the blogs of self-published authors completely in charge of their own marketing. Using his or her own original material to throw a few tasty tidbits to his or her readers seems like a reasonably sound use of deleted scenes that would otherwise never see the light of day. It’s also creating a new marketing opportunity that could lead to an expanded readership or, better yet, fan base.
"Nothing will turn away a reader faster than a boat load of mistakes. Many good stories are totally destroyed by poor editing. Believe me the word will get to others much faster about a bad book than a really good one."
"Change is difficult, usually, simply because it feels different, or requires unfamiliar tools, or even a new language. (Remember how people communicated with one another – letters, telephone, in person – before the advent of social media? No? Me neither.)"
"I wanted to create a simpler option for writers and authors who, like me, want to learn from each other, and who want to share announcements and insights about their work, goals, challenges, and successes."