How Writers can Promote their Content on Instagram

What happened at the Cecil Hotel? AJ's Creative Corner

Hey guys! For this week's episode, I checked in with you and talked about how planning my horror story is going. We briefly discuss a blog post called "Writing a Novel in Tep Steps" which is on the Writer's Bureau website. (https://www.writersbureau.com/writing/planning-a-novel.htm) I share my rough draft with you for my new story and then we end this episode by talking about the history of the Cecil Hotel. I also talked about Elisa Lam's case and the Netflix docuseries "Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel. I hope you enjoyed this episode and I will see you in the next one! — This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
  1. What happened at the Cecil Hotel?
  2. How Do I Become A Freelance Writer?
  3. Does Censorship Belong in the Writing Space?
  4. How to Write a Horror Story
  5. What's the Obsession with Toxic Relationships all about?

I’ve decided to start a Podcast! Every Wednesday I will be uploading a podcast onto AJ’s Creative Corner. I’ll be talking about whatever topic related to writing in general pops into my head that week. This week I decided to talk about what social media strategy can help writers when their trying to promote their books or blogs on Instagram specifically. I had a lot of fun making this episode! I have many more tips for Instagram that I am definitely open to sharing on future episodes.

If you have any type of social media strategy questions feel free to comment it down below and I’ll be happy to answer your question on the next episode!

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