Hello and welcome to episode #11 of What’s Up Wednesday with the Delaware Blogger Podcast.
Today’s podcast interview is with Andre Boggerty, author of The Danger of the Safe Place
Andre Boggerty, is a newly published author of The Danger of the Safe Place, the first book in the series of “Books You Can Finish”. Copies of his books are selling like hotcakes even before the first book signing, so connect with him ASAP if you are interested in purchasing a copy – email@example.com or head over to the Facebook page.
Andre is also a Detroit, Michigan native, who served in the United States Air Force at Dover AFB from 1991-1998. A graduate of Wilmington University, receiving both his Bachelor and Master’s degrees, Andre uses his education and experience to reach people from various walks of life.
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Sold out in three weeks! That’s amazing!
But, I loved the discussion about writing. I have been reading a book on writing, off and on since the summer. I’m sure I’ll never be a perfect writer or the most riveting read. But, I do want to be an effective one for whatever reason I post or write. I never thought about how we all write on a daily basis given the number of texts, emails, and social media posts we send or upload. I also never thought about how the restrictions placed on the length of text in our social media interactions can make us lazy readers. Still, as much as we all do it, it’s really interesting how far writing has fallen on the list of things to know how to do anymore. I have such a difficult time even reading long-form posts online because the writer never bothered to consider readability.
Yes, isn’t that amazing. I need to get the book out of my head an onto paper. I do understand about long form reading because social media has got us trained to spend more time scrolling and less time reading, which is something I need to do a better job of, including reading and writing longer on blogs.