Careers: Writing/Blogging


Dear Greg Miller,

I do online blogging. Yet, I'm unsure WHEN to place a blog in my Archives section. How much time should I give it? Here is my situation and my scenario. For example, If I wrote a blog in May 2015, Do I place it in my Archive section now? Or should I break it up to two archive sections: 1) Recent Archives and 2) Older Archives? Also, keeping up blogging is becoming a challenge, since I'm secretly writing a book. I'm now writing on two fronts. My blogging has slowed to about once to twice a month (with the exception of now. I'm about to post a blog today, and I posted one last weekend). Finally, should I announce I'm writing a book on my website, or should I wait until I have a book deal (or self-publish) as I approach the finish line? Thank you. I will wait for your answer.

Hi William -
What is the address of your blog so I can take a look?
I don't know how to advise you on your archiving question, but I would be happy to address your second question about how to position your book.
Also, one or two blogs per month might be a perfectly fine rate of posting, depending on the goal of your blog. What would you say is your goal?

Write on.

Greg Miller
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Greg Miller


I can answer questions about writing and the creative process in any form or genre. I have been a writer and writing coach and teacher for 15 years, working with NY Times bestselling authors and absolute beginners on memoirs, screenplays, TV scripts, solo shows, personal essays and standup comedy.


I'm the author of "How To Be A Writer Who Writes" ( and the writer's reference book "Miller's Compendium of Timeless Tools for the Modern Writer" ( I have taught at UCLA Extension, Humber College, Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health, Cal Arts, NY Institute of Technology, Teen Canteen and numerous arts and cultural centers. I am co-director of The Comedian's Way Workshop for Writers, Performers and Other Humans, which I have taught privately with Beth Lapides in Los Angeles for 15 years. I have been coaching writers privately for almost 10 years. I have also worked as a writer and producer for TV, film, stage, radio and online media.


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