Tag Archives: blogging

Uni-Verse-City Blog is moving! Visit NicoleBasaraba.com

It was over two and a half years ago that I started this blog. I’ve enjoyed every minute of it and look forward to continue writing over at my new website and blog now called The Chron-nicoles Blog! I started the Uni-Verse-City … Continue reading

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Getting back on the horse – ROW80

So I’ve been absent. Very absent, I know. I finished my first novel and then I took a break and was undecided of what project to start on next. I came up with a second novel idea and started the … Continue reading

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Special Guest Announcement and Call for Guest Posts #row80

Big News for Uni-Verse-City!!! I am almost jumping up and down in anticipation to host Marilyn Brant, award-winning women’s fiction author of “According to Jane” (2009), “Friday Mornings at Nine” (2010) and her newest release: “A Summer in Europe” (2011) … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Alberta Ross – Indie author reflects on social media and ROW80

Welcome to Writers’ Uni-Verse-City (or WUVC for short because every university has an acronym), a place where writers/bloggers can meet to discuss the craft of writing in the Internet age. WUVC will involve independent research, setting a curriculum and hopefully finding other … Continue reading

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ROW80 Goals Round 4

It has been a sad two weeks. Nothing bad happened, don’t worry. But I didn’t write much at all. I really did use these two weeks between Round 3 and 4 to rest a bit. I had also hit a … Continue reading

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The End of ROW80 Round 3 is here

Today is the last day of Round 3 in A Round of Words in 80 days. Where did I get to in the past two and a half months? Well, my initial goal was 5,000 words per week. I felt … Continue reading

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People’s Choice Awards for blogs

I have hit a few milestones in blogging: my blog turned 1-year’s old in August this year, I’ve started to get more comments on my posts which is lots of fun and I’ve met lots of great people. And now … Continue reading

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Writer Lingo – a newbie’s dictionary

Welcome to Writers’ Uni-Verse-City (or WUVC for short because every university has an acronym), a place where writers/bloggers can meet to discuss the craft of writing in the Internet age. I  want to learn what it takes to make it in the … Continue reading

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Writers’ Platform-Building Campaign

Ok, so I’m sneaking in another post this week. I can’t believe I’ve posted Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and today! Whew lots of blogging. But there’s a reason. I have just signed up for the Writers’ Platform-building campaign. There’s quite a … Continue reading

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How I use social media as a platform

Based on advice from Kristen Lamb’s book “We Are Not Alone” (WANA) and her blog posts I have decided to share how I’m using social media as an “author platform.” As I am yet to be what is considered an author, the social … Continue reading

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