What should a writer's website/blog have?
What sort of pages or content should a writer put into their blog or website?
The trials and tribulations of being a writer. Your everyday crappy life experience (seldom does anyone want to hear a happy story) and any articles, poems, novels, short stories you've recently published. If you blog 3-4 times a week, let us get to know you.
The basic tabs (or pages) you should have on a website are:
For writers, you may want to include pages that sort your work. So, like Chuck says, you can make pages for Short Stories, Poems, Novels in Progress, Non-fiction, etc. If you want, you can also add a Blog page that will be like a journal. Some people like to read stuff the writer wants to share, but it doesn't fall into any of the categories.
I hope this helps!
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