Monday, July 04, 2005

Blogging while you work

Rather than work in isolation, some writers are maintaining blogs about books-in-progress, reports Tania Ralli in The New York Times.
Authors who have experimented with blogging in this way - and there are still only a handful - say they hope to create a sense of community around their work and to keep fans informed when a new book is percolating. The novelist Aaron Hamburger used his blog to write about research techniques he employed to set his coming book in Berlin ( Poppy Z. Brite, another novelist, has written about her characters on her blog as though they have a life of their own, not just the one springing from her imagination (

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