Literary Blogging 101: Blog Hosting

Introduction

The beauty about blogging is your blog can be whatever you make it out to be, it’s solely in your control.

Research and planning is the key to successfully starting any kind of blog. This enables you to know the pros and cons when it comes to the niche(s) you’ve decided on embarking on. But in this case, you’re already decided as this is to give you an idea of starting a Literary Blog.Read More »

Monthly Wrap-Up, October 2018.

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October has to have been the busiest month for me. I was always on the move, doing something or going for something. Yet in between, I was sick and had to take a break in general. I was also working on a project, that I am proud of, plus building it from scratch and making it tangible. I’m so glad October is done, can’t wait to get my shit together in November.

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Hiatus Announcement

Hello,

I don’t know if you noticed but I’ve been very lax when it comes to blogging this month and it’s because I’m kinda stuck in a gloomy place, where I can’t seem to be interested in enough and just want to give up everything (there’s a lot of pressure on me right now, too much work and can’t figure out a proper time schedule). Also, my health deteriorated and I’m in recovery mood now, so my body is so tired these days.

I think I’ll be back and make up for the lag by next month. Thanks for understanding.

Lara Kareem

Guest Feature #13|Meet the Blogger: Sakhile of Sakhile Whispers!

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Hey you, thank you for taking time out to read this post because today on the blog you get to meet a blogger! First and foremost welcome to my Guest Feature Series! It’s super exciting doing this, I may not be *a huge blogger* but I do have a presence in the online community, well because of the love many of you give to me daily. and I intend to make use of it by also giving back the love to the community, by shining the light on as many bloggers as I can, because most of us deserve it and also you know make a stand on marginalization—fighting for what’s right. Read More »