Here’s a quick Coffee Break Blogs idea for you. You can copy and paste any of the information below to use in your own posts.

A stylized cup of coffee drawing with the words Coffee Break Blogs below it

Quotes have always been a source of inspiration for me. Whenever my muse flees a good swift kick in the pants from some long dead prolific author will get me going. Why not let your fans/followers/readers know what keeps you getting those words on the page (especially if they’re begging you to write faster so they can read your next book!)

Nora Roberts says, "You can fix anything but a blank page."

Blog Title: (Name of author) is kicking my writing into gear today! #amwriting
Blog post content:
My muse seemed to have fled the scene recently so I went in search of some inspiration. Now my fingers are flying over the keyboard trying to get my current WIP – (Working Title) finished.

Add Media: Use PicMonkey or your other favorite picture editing software to slap some text onto an inspirational picture. Then paste it anywhere in the blog post. It’s okay to have a few quotes and pictures to set the mood.

Question: I love hearing from my readers, so tell me, what are some of your favorite quotes? Any suggestions for more inspiration for (Working Title)?

Follow up blog: When you get a few responses to your post you can do a follow up post, just like this one, but thank the fan/follower for some new inspirational quotes.

 

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Tell us,writers, what’s your favorite writing or inspirational quote?

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