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The Prodigal Son Returns

So I created this blog almost a year ago with the vision of posting every day, this lasted for about a month which is when I got completely distracted by work.

However, I am back and I plan to get this blog up and running again becasue I thoroughly enjoyed it but unfortunately I couldn't commit to it at the time.

Starting off I am going to be committing to posting the following on a daily basis:
  • Word of the Day
  • Writing Prompt
  • On this Day - Interesting historic facts
Weekly posts will include:
  • Writing Challenge
  • Writing Tips and Tricks
  • Blogs to Blog About - Let me know if you write a blog and want to be featured
Monthly posting will include:
  • Caption Competition - Prizes to be won!
  • My Journey to Becoming a Published Author - Progress update
  • Book Club - One book a month followed by a comprehensive book review
  • Upcoming Book Releases
  • Featured Author of the Month
I will not be limiting myself to this but this is some structure that I am hoping will help keep me on track with this blog once and for all!

Don't forget to follow "A Writer's Tale" to see how I get on.
Signing off for now,



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