Writers’ Platform-Builder’s Campaign

Two writing friends told me about the Third Writers’ Platform-Builder’s Campaign, organized by Rachael of Rach Writes.   This is an outstanding opportunity for writers and bloggers to meet, blog, and support each other.

According to Rachael:  “The Campaign is a way to link those of us in the writing community together with the aim of helping to build our online platforms. The Campaigners are all bloggers in a similar position, who genuinely want to pay it forward, make connections and friends within the writing community, and help build each others’ online platforms while at the same time building theirs.”

The campaign runs from Aug. 22 – Oct. 31.   This is a great opportunity to link with writers in your genre.  Go to the link highlighted above for information.  The deadline for registration is Aug. 31.

Although I had difficulty downloading my photo on the Platform site, you will see a W, which takes you to my About page instead — go figure.    You really don’t see my blog site unless you click on my last blog.  Must be a sign I need this group.  Looking forward to meeting everyone.   I am an unpublished author writing children’s picture books with an emphasis on special needs and healing.

Patricia  Tilton

About Patricia Tiltonhttps://childrensbooksheal.wordpress.comI want "Children's Books Heal" to be a resource for parents, grandparents, teachers and school counselors. My goal is to share books on a wide range of topics that have a healing impact on children who are facing challenges in their lives. If you are looking for good books on grief, autism, visual and hearing impairments, special needs, diversity, bullying, military families and social justice issues, you've come to the right place. I also share books that encourage art, imagination and creativity. I am always searching for those special gems to share with you. If you have a suggestion, please let me know.

13 thoughts on “Writers’ Platform-Builder’s Campaign

  1. Hi, Pat — so glad you’re doing this, too. I think it’s going to be excellent. I just have to remember not to let playing on other people’s blogs take over my day! 😉

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    • Thanks! Yes, the same thought occurred to me. Don’t quite understand everything yet, but hopefuly will in time. Contacted Rachael and she’s going to try to fix on her end. By the way, did you see the post I did earlier today — a book I think you’d like. 🙂

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  3. Hi Pat, just linked to your site when I joined and wordpress showed me your link. thanks for doing this and I hope to see you around. I liked the way you posted about it. It says it all.
    It’ll be fun. 🙂

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    • Hi Clar,
      Thank you for your lovely message. I think I responded to your pingback – have never done one. I wasn’t quite sure what to click on, my link or yours, so did both. I just signed up so I’m not sure of all of the commitments we have for the writer’s campaign. I found the site kind of hard to navigate. Thanks for checking out my blog. Will check out your blog soon. Should be fun!

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  4. I look forward to searching this site when I’ve completed the commitments for the writer’s campaign. I’m having trouble finding the original blog post to see what else I have to do. Can you help me?

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  5. Hi Patricia. Thanks for stopping by my blog and introducing yourself. This is my first time in joining the campaign and it’s proving to be a great way to meet other writers. I look forward to seeing more of you throughout the campaign.

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