Running a wee bit late this evening, but I hope you’ll excuse me. Been a busy, event-filled week. Still, I wouldn’t be able to sleep tonight if I didn’t share Sally’s latest Weekly RoundUp post. As usual, there’s something for everyone this week, and you’ll likely see a familiar face or two around her place. 🙂 Hope you’ll check it out, and won’t forget to pass it along far and wide. Thanks!
You can visit Sally’s Weekly Round Up Post HERE.
Running very behind here today, thanks to an enormously busy week, but no way can I let a Friday draw to a close without sharing this week’s post on Story Empire. Hope you’ll enjoy each one, and I’ll do my best to catch up, too.
MONDAY: Staci Troilo starts the week with a great post entitled How to Write A Red Herring, something that I have always been fascinated by. Check it out HERE.
WEDNESDAY: John W Howell has written a very interesting post entitled A Little More About the Hierarchy of Needs. This is a pretty intriguing concept you can read more about HERE.
FRIDAY: Gwen Plano’s post today is entitled Accompanying the Writer, and deals with one of the reasons we choose to read the books we do. It’s also pretty interesting, and you can check it out HERE.
And there you have it, folks.
Some interesting, entertaining, and informative posts
from the gang at Store Empire. Enjoy!
What a fabulous week this was on Sally Cronin’s Smorgasbord! Her Weekly RoundUp post has enough going on to keep you busy until the NEXT one! So many great guests, including some of my very favorite writers and bloggers! And the videos are wonderful, as usual. My favorite is the beautiful story behind the friendship of a beautiful parrot and a dog. (There’s a lesson in there somewhere, too.) Hope you’ll stop by and check it out. It’s well worth seeing for yourself!
You can visit Sally’s Smorgasbord Weekly RoundUp HERE.
And once again it’s time to share Sally Cronin’s fabulous Weekly Round Up post. Since I’m still on my blogging break, I’ve missed most of these, but I did sneak a peek at the videos of the laughing baby and the dogs going to the vet. Hilarious! Hope those of you who may have missed some posts will stop by and take a look. As always, there’s something for everyone!
Check Out Sally’s Weekly Round Up Post HERE.
You’ll be glad you did! 😀
Still on my blog break. Down to the last day, now. Should see you all again on Monday, if all goes well. But TODAY, I get to share Sally Cronin’s wonderful weekly roundup post. By now, you probably know that Sally features more good stuff in a week than most of us can manage in a month! There’s guaranteed to be something for everyone, so I hope you’ll stop by and take a look, if you haven’t already checked it out.
Visit Sally’s Smorgasbord Weekly RoundUp HERE
Enjoy Your Visit!
I’m still on my two week blogging break, but you know by now, I’m going to share Story Empire’s posts, even though I have not had a chance to read them myself. I’ll be catching up with all of them after I return, and am looking forward to doing so. They are ALWAYS well worth the visit! So without further ado, here goes:
MONDAY: Stacy Troilo’s post is entitled How to Write a Sidekick, and I have no doubt I’m going to enjoy this one when I return. Check it out HERE.
WEDNESDAY: John W. Howell has a very interesting sounding post this week, entitled Let’s Talk About the Hierarchy of Needs. Can’t wait to see what it’s all about. You can check it out HERE
FRIDAY: Joan Hall’s post today is about Summer Reading, something we all enjoy, yet often worry about as writers. For instance, is it a good time to release a book or not? Check out what Joan has to say HERE.
And there you have it folks!
Still on my blog break, everyone (which feels really weird), but you know I’m not going to miss sharing Sally’s RoundUp post this week. I’ve only read one thing she posted this week, sorry to say, but it had my name in the subject line, so how could I resist? However, I have no qualms about saying you should definitely check out everything that’s been going on all week, because it’s bound to be GREAT STUFF. (It always is!)
To visit Sally’s Smorgasbord Weekly RoundUp, go HERE!
(And I’ll see you in one more week! 😀 )
Hi, Folks! Still on my blogging break, but I figured I could take a couple of minutes to share this week’s posts from Story Empire. I haven’t had a chance to read them yet, but I’m pretty sure there’s good stuff here. (There always IS!) So check these out when you get a chance:
MONDAY: Harmony Kent continues her series on dialogue with a post entitled Don’t Talk Like That: Talking Heads. You can check it out HERE.
WEDNESDAY: D. L. Finn discusses Writing and Emotions, a subject that always resonates with me. Check out her post HERE.
FRIDAY: Craig Boyack’s post entitled Vella, Anyone?, discusses one of Amazon’s newest ideas, Kindle Vella, designed for publishing serialized stories. See what Craig has to say HERE.
And there you have the Story Empire posts for the week. When I return from my blogging break, I’ll be reading and commenting on these, too, but I didn’t want you guys to wait that long. Enjoy!
Once again, I’m happy to pass along Sally Cronin’s amazing Weekly Round-Up post. Sharing these entertaining, informative, and amusing roundup posts is always a pleasure, and I highly recommend you stop by to check this one out. Even if you’ve visited a few times this week, there’s bound to be something you missed. Take a look, and enjoy! 🙂
You can read Sally’s Smorgasbord Weekly Round Up post HERE.
And that’s all for now, folks! Have a great weekend, and for all you moms out there,
HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY!
As always, another week filled with great stuff on #StoryEmpire. Be sure to check out these terrific posts!
MONDAY: Joan Hall’s post Capturing Emotions by Using Personal Experiences is a great example of how to make our storytelling better. I highly recommend checking it out HERE.
WEDNESDAY: Mae Clair has a super helpful post entitled Using Lists Within Word Press Reader you’re going to want to check out, especially if you are often overwhelmed by the amount of email in your Inbox. You can read Mae’s post HERE.
FRIDAY: Once again, Gwen Plano’s post, entitled Are You a Sensitive or an Intuitive Writer?, touches on how we view life and how that viewpoint transfers to our writing. It’s a thought-provoking post, and if you haven’t already checked it out, you really should. You owe it to yourself! You can read Gwen’s post HERE.
And there you have it folks! Another week great stuff on Story Empire! 😀