A Little Inspiration: New Series of Guides for Poets & Writers – guest blog post by Cendrine Marrouat & David Ellis

Check out this guest post that Auroras & Blossoms Poetry Journal did with Trish Hopkinson featuring Cendrine Marrouat and myself, where we talk about more ways to find writing inspiration. We also have a series of journals and workbooks to help writers in a variety of ways too 🙂

Trish Hopkinson

How do you go about discovering your own writing voice or writing style as a poet? Where do you get your inspiration from as a writer? Are you aware of the kind of audience that would be keen to read your poetry? What can you do to help promote yourself better online, even if you have only a very small budget to work with?

These are the questions that fellow poets have constantly asked us. Poets who have written some amazing poetry but are stuck as to how to find further inspiration, when it comes to publishing/sharing their work and interacting with other readers in their communities.

For a very long time now, we have seen authors and writers complain about writer’s block and struggle to find their audiences online. We completely understand this, as we went through the very same things before finally finding out what worked for us.

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