How You Can Keep Up With Aliventures

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This week, the Aliventures blog celebrates its second birthday.

(Hurrah!)

It’s been a fantastic couple of years, and I’ve been lucky enough to gather a wonderful band of intelligent, articulate, engaged readers: I appreciate every single comment and email. Thank you! 🙂

I’ve realised, though, that Aliventures has grown a lot … and you might not know that there are some new ways to keep up with things here.

So, here they are…

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Join the Newsletter

I’ve just revamped the Aliventures newsletter. It’s now a short, weekly dose of  free writing advice and inspiration – along with regular free mini-ebooks, and exclusive samples of my new paid-for ebooks.

You’ll get a copy of my mini-ebook How to Find Time for Your Writing as soon as you’ve signed up.

You can find out all about the newsletter, and join it, here.

 

Follow Me on Twitter

Since I started Aliventures, Twitter has grown hugely. There’s a great community of writers and bloggers there, so if you’re not already tweeting, now’s a great time to start.

You can find me as @aliventures on Twitter. I’m on there most days, and I’m always happy to answer questions: just put “@aliventures” at the start of your question so that it gets to me.

You’ll often find me tweeting about my writing-in-progress:

“Like” Aliventures on Facebook

If you’re on Facebook, swing by the Aliventures page and hit “like” (or hey, just hit it in the box in the sidebar!) I link to all my new posts from my Facebook page, and I also talk about any news.

Today, I put up a sneak-preview of my latest ebook cover…

Whew!

However you choose to stay connected, I’m thrilled to have you on board, and I hope you’ll stick around as Aliventures grows and develops over the next few months and years. 🙂

Thanks for commenting! I read all comments, and reply to as many as I can. Please keep the discussion constructive and friendly. Thank you!

15 thoughts on “How You Can Keep Up With Aliventures

    • Generally not: I used to put in links to my most recent articles, but (a) it took a while (because I wrote summaries too) and (b) when I did the survey, no-one seemed to care too much about that 😉

      I’ll occasionally link to a post here on Aliventures, but the newsletter content is otherwise entirely new stuff.

    • I haven’t yet — I’m waiting to see whether it goes the way of Google wave… 😉 I don’t want to hesitate too long, but I also don’t want to jump on every social media bandwagon that goes past!

  1. Ali,

    Happy Birthday to you, Happy birthday to you, Happy Birthday to Ali’s blog, happy birthday to you.

    It seems just like yesterday that I happened to come across your writing and, later, your blog/newsletter.

    Here’s wishing that you are able to live your dreams. You are the rock star of the blogosphere. Hail!

    Cheerio.

  2. congratulations Ali and happy bday to Aliventures 🙂
    you have been doing a great job over the past years and you deserve all the best

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