14 January 2018

The Chalk Man by CJ Tudor - A Book Review

I'm a sucker for a good whodunit. Especially one that spans time. What was an unsolvable mystery in childhood becomes a must-solve mystery as an adult.

That's what happens in The Chalk Man by CJ Tudor. Five friends who stumble upon a mystery that consumes the whole town. We follow along with Eddie and his friends in that weird pre-adolescent stage that can't quite let go of childhood yet isn't ready for adulthood yet. Using their own secret code to talk with each other in chalk, this ends up leading them to the body of a young girl found in the park who's body was dismembered. Nothing was ever really the same after that. It isn't just about a mystery and a murder. It's about morals. What's right and wrong. Faith and hypocrisy. And secrets they all are hiding.

So what did I think? Well, this was a mixed bag for me if I was being completely honest. First, the crux of the mystery - the dead body - didn't really hold me as much as Eddie's desire to discover what happened did. I think it was that, actually. Eddie held me in the story. This main character who eventually became a lonely 40 year old man, who was not quite ready to share the burdens of his own issues with another woman, was a likable character who couldn't leave the past alone. Especially when it lands on his doorstep. I like those kinds of characters. Who just can't let something go.

The thing that I didn't enjoy as much as I probably should have was the way it spanned across time. It jumped back and forth between 1986 and 2018. It was well told in some ways but in other ways breaking it up the way they did left me pulled out of one problem and having to jump in another too much. I almost would have appreciated the section of 1986 as one whole and 2018 as another whole.

As for the ending, both satisfying and unsatisfying in some ways. Loose ends are tied, which is always nice. At the same time, there's a bit of mystery left hanging with the main character that didn't do too much for me.

If this book sounds like it's right for you, make sure you purchase it on Amazon. Check out Goodreads for this book as well and add it to your must read list. Be sure to follow the author C J Tudor on Twitter as well.

I received this book via Blogging for Books in exchange for my honest review. This post also includes an Amazon affiliate link. If you purchase this book via my link, I'll receive small compensation. 

05 January 2018

My Writing Past and My Writing Future

dit: markus spiske neourban hipster office workstation via photopin (license)
It's funny as a writer how much we change without realizing. As the New Year moves along, I tend to look back over old notebooks and half way finished stories, plot lines and ideas and think about how I've changed as a writer. While I haven't found "the one" book that I would finish that would lead to me getting published, I've always been writing. Like my favorite doll "Baby," who would go with me everywhere as a child, that is the life of my notebooks these days. They are with me everywhere, whether it's the tiny notebook for ideas or the tattered 8 1/2 by 11 spiral bound notebook for longer stories. However, so far, none of them have experienced the same troubles as my favorite doll Baby often ran into (such as being left in the library overnight, forgotten at restaurants, etc).

 And as I go through these notebooks, along the way I have learned things about myself and my writing. I've uncovered the stories that are now too weird for me to return to, others that are partially done but show so much potential, and a few ideas that are shelved to the back of my mind so I can return to them later. My stories also reflect where I'm at in my life. I have been Christian all my life, but over the past two years I have really gotten more serious about my faith. In fact, my faith and relationship with God is so much closer for me now that I can't believe I've never blogged about this before.

And to be honest, I also haven't really introduced my faith in my fiction writing either. It's like wearing new shoes as I weave my writing side with my faith. These two areas are no longer separate for me and it's been an interesting journey to uncover what that means for my writing. Lately I have been keeping my eye out for examples of fiction writers who have used their faith in their creative writing. As I find them, I take these scraps and morsels with me on my journey to reflect on while I also let go and let God guide me through this journey.

 As the New Year brings in change and promises of better habits, I'm realizing how important it is for me to be open to change and letting my writing change. Many stories I've written in the past no longer fit me just like attending my old high school doesn't fit me now either. We grow, we change, and our stories do too. For me now, it's also about giving my creative side to God, which isn't something I expected to do nor is it entirely that easy all the time. Even blogging about it feels weird (I can't help but think to myself, "Am I really writing this for people to read??"). With every brave step forward, though, it will get more and more comfortable for me to write about, talk about and introduce into my creativity. And I know God is with me, every step of the way. 

05 December 2017

Evidence of Flossing: What We Leave Behind (Book Review)

Photo by Jennifer Payne

What I love about art and artists is that they see things in a different, personal and unique way. And they take what they see and transform it, photograph it, draw it, write about it so that somehow we can see what they see a bit like they do. And when I read Evidence of Flossing, by Jennifer Payne I was so surprised how beautiful pieces of floss could be.

Here's a bit about the book -

Book Summary:

Would God floss? Do spiders sing? Can you see the Universe in your reflection? Find the answers to these questions in more in this new book by Connecticut writer Jen Payne. Her poems in EVIDENCE OF FLOSSING: WHAT WE LEAVE BEHIND investigate the human condition and its folly, the beauty of our natural world, and the possibility of divine connection. 80 original and vintage photographs include a series of discarded dental flossers that inspired the book's title.
ALA Notable Book author Dale Carlson calls the book "a brilliantly incisive commentary on our simultaneous human sense of beauty and waste and loss."
EVIDENCE OF FLOSSING speaks to the common heart that beats in you and in me, in the woods and on the streets, across oceans and around this planet. It asks us all to consider the effects of our actions and how they influence everything else in the Universe.

What I Thought:

As I hinted at earlier, I was so impressed with this book. It conveyed a beauty and yet sadness at the same time. I could sense the spiritual struggle within the poetry and a reflection of the world around (and the masks society often puts forward). This book is definitely a conversation piece and I can't wait to share it with others.

Be sure to check this book out for yourself and follow Jennifer Payne on the following websites -

Website: https://3chairspublishing.com/
Blog: https://randomactsofwriting.wordpress.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/threechairspub
Twitter: https://twitter.com/ThreeChairsPub

This is part of a larger blog tour so make sure to check out all the stops along the way to see some of Jennifer Payne's guest writing and some more reviews of her book! And be sure to purchase this book on Amazon. 

----------Blog Tour Dates

November 27th @ The Muffin
Interview and giveaway.

Tuesday, November 28th @ Words, Crazy Words
Tara Meissner reviews "Evidence of Flossing: What We Leave Behind" by fellow author Jennifer A. Payne. Don't miss Meissner's insight into this lovely book of poetry and more.

Wednesday, November 29th @ Lauren Scharhag
Today's guest blogger at Lauren Scharhag is Jennifer A. Payne with a post titled: "The Importance of Retreat" learn more about Payne's thoughts on down time and going off the grid as well as her latest poetry book "The Evidence of Flossing: What We Leave Behind".

Monday, December 4th @ Words, Crazy Words
Jennifer A. Payne pens today's guest post at Words, Crazy Words - the blog of fellow author Tara Meissner. You won't want to miss Payne's insight when it comes to "Blogging as a Creative Tool"!

Tuesday, December 5th @ World of My Imagination
Nicole Pyles will be posting a review of Jennifer Payne's book, "Evidence of Flossing" over at her blog.

Wednesday, December 6th @ Create Write Now
Mari McCarthy at Create Write Now welcomes fellow author Jennifer A. Payne as today's guest blogger with an insightful post titled: "Everything is Connected". Learn about this as well as Payne's latest poetry book "Evidence of Flossing: What We Leave Behind".

Thursday, December 7th @ Beverley A. Baird
Beverley Baird reviews the lovely new poetry book "Evidence of Flossing: What We Leave Behind" by Jennifer A. Payne.

Thursday, December 7th @ Writers Pay it Forward
"The Bravery of Storytelling" is the title of today's guest post at Writers Pay it Forward - you won't want to miss this intriguing topic and opportunity to hear from Jennifer A. Payne about storytelling as well as her latest poetry book "Evidence of Flossing: What We Leave Behind"

Friday, December 8th @ BookWorm
Anjanette Potter reviews "Evidence of Flossing: What We Leave Behind" by Jennifer A. Payne and also takes a few moments to interview Payne about her latest poetry book and more!

Monday, December 11th @ CMash Loves to Read
Today's author at CMash Loves to Read is the one and only Jennifer A. Payne and her latest book "The Evidence of Flossing: What We Leave Behind". Don't miss today's opportunity to hear from Jennifer with her guest post titled: "Finding Inspiration"

Tuesday, December 12th @ Linda Appleman Shapiro
Linda Appleman Shapiro reviews Jennifer Payne's latest poetry book "Evidence of Flossing: What We Leave Behind". Don't miss this insightful blog stop.

Tuesday, December 12th @ The Constant Story
Fellow author David W. Berner reviews the latest work of Jennifer A. Payne - learn more about Payne's beautiful poetry book "Evidence of Flossing: What We Leave Behind".

Wednesday, December 13th @ Choices with Madeline Sharples
"Exploring Mindfulness" is the title of today's guest post at Madeline Sharples Blog, Choices. Today's guest author is none other than Jennifer A. Payne. Find out more about her topic, her writing, and her latest poetry book "The Evidence of Flossing: What We Leave Behind"!
Exploring Mindfulness

Thursday, December 14th @ Bring on Lemons with Crystal Otto
Crystal Casavant-Otto reviews "Evidence of Flossing: What We Leave Behind" as part of author Jennifer A. Payne's WOW! Women on Writing book blog tour for her latest poetry book.

Friday, December 15th @ Lisa Haselton's Reviews & Interviews
Jennifer Payne is interviewed by Lisa Haselton; find out more about Jennifer's latest poetry book "Evidence of Flossing: What We Leave Behind".

Monday, December 18th @ Elaine Drennon Little
Fellow author Elaine Drennon Little reviews "Evidence of Flossing: What We Leave Behind" by Jennifer A. Payne.

Monday, December 18th @ The Writer Site
Luanne Castle reviews "Evidence of Flossing: What We Leave Behind" by Jennifer Payne. Don't miss Luanne's insight into this beautiful poetry book.

Tuesday, December 19th @ Life is Full of Sweet Spots
Mary O'Connor reviews Jennifer Payne's latest poetry book "Evidence of Flossing: What We Leave Behind". Don't miss this opportunity to learn more about this lovely book!

Wednesday, December 20th @ Depth of A Woman
Stop by Depth of A Woman to read Joss Burnell's review of Jennifer A. Payne's Poetry Book "Evidence of Flossing: What We Leave Behind".

Thursday, December 21st @ Spirituality Without Borders
Jennifer Payne and her lovely poetry book "Evidence of Flossing: What We Leave Behind" is the topic today at Spirituality Without Borders. Read Rita's review of this lovely book and find out more about the lovely author behind it!

Friday, December 22nd @ Writing on the Rim
Stop by Writing on the Rim and hear from Juliana Lightle about her thoughts after reading "Evidence of Flossing: What We Leave Behind" by Jennifer A. Payne. Don't miss this insightful review!

 I received the above book in exchange for my honest review and contains an affiliate link for which I will receive small compensation if you purchase the book through my link.

22 November 2017

Burtrum Lee by Mary Maurice [Review]

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I hope you are excited for the upcoming holiday. For me, I've been reading a lot of mysteries lately and I was so excited to review Burtrum Lee by Mary Maurice. I love a good mystery. That's one of my favorite go to genres. Add onto that a mysterious past and confusing family history? I'm very much into it!

First here's a bit about the book:

Coated with a life of lies and deceit, Burtrum Lee Conner is sick to her stomach. Dozens of times throughout her life the feeling of not being who she is has tormented her. But she kept it to herself, believing that maybe it’s just a chemical imbalance of some kind considering she is one of the first artificially-inseminated babies of the nineteen sixties. Now, there’s more though, something much deeper, much more maniacal than she could have ever imagined. She’s not the first test tube baby at all, but the first….
Burtrum Lee Conner, born into a world of scientific mystery, discovers that the life she’s been leading for the past forty years, is the wrong one. Her parent’s Jed and Jane Conner, stealing her as an infant, brought Lee up as their own. Even her devoted grandmother, Clair Conner, kept this secret close to her chest until they were found out. And now, Lee Conner’s biological mother, Katie Lee, wants her back, but not before the diabolical Dr. Stone has his say.
And as for what I thought? I thought this was an excellent thriller. It switches back between the past and the present at times and I thought this aspect was well done. I love how the mystery unfolds and the people that get involved along the way. The characterization is well done too. I think if you are looking for a great read this holiday season, pick up this book. I know you won't be disappointed.

Burtrum Lee is available in ebook and in print on Amazon and Goodreads 

About the Author:

When I was a child growing up in the Detroit area, I thought I wanted to be a painter, and then as a teenager the idea of being a musician intrigued me, then as a young adult, I realized that I’m a writer.

After attending Western Michigan University for two party filled years, I decided to leave academia and explore the real world to learn what life is truly about. For fifteen years I’ve traveled the country working in restaurants, writing and doing readings wherever I was welcome.

While living in Minneapolis during my twenties, I was fortunate enough to be tutored by Dr. Jonis Agee, who was at the time head of the creative writing department at St. Catherine’s College in St. Paul. Her lessons were imprinted in me for all of these years, and have influenced my writing ever since.

My adventures landed me in San Diego, Chicago, San Francisco, and Oregon, finally leading me to the Land of Enchantment where I’ve resided since 1994. Living in Santa Fe, and the beauty and isolation that surrounds me, has inspire my creative muse in ways that no other place has. While still working in the hospitality industry, my passion for the craft of writing has never been stronger. And I know with each sentence I write, and every paragraph I compose, my ultimate goal is to find the perfect word.

Keep on bookin!

Find Mary Online:

Check out the other stops on the tour -

Monday November 13th @ WOW! Women on Writing
Interview & Giveaway

Tuesday, November 14th @ Create Write Now
Mary Maurice is today's guest author at Mari McCarthy's Create Write Now Blog - don't miss this intriguing guest post titled "Moving Beyond Writer's Block " and learn more about Maurice's scientific mystery "Burtrum Lee"

Wednesday, November 15th @ Beverley A. Baird
Beverley A. Baird reads and reviews Mary Maurice's scientific mystery "Burtrum Lee" and shares her thoughts on this page turning novel!

Thursday, November 16th @ CMash Loves to Read 
Today's guest blogger at CMash Loves to Read is none other than Mary Maurice. Hear from her on the topic of "Finding My Muse." and learn more about her scientific mystery "Burtrum Lee".

Friday, November 17th @ Bring on Lemons
Crystal Otto reviews Mary Maurice's Scientific Mystery "Burtrum Lee"! – don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about Mary Maurice and find out more about this page turning novel "Burtrum Lee".

Monday, November 20th @ Lisa Haselton
Lisa Haselton interviews Mary Maurice about her scientific mystery "Burtrum Lee".

Tuesday, November 21st @ Margo Dill
Mary Maurice visits the blog of fellow author Margo Dill. Hear from Mary on the topic of: "What's So Hard About Being Nice?" and learn more about Mary's scientific mystery "Burtrum Lee".

Thursday, November 23rd @ Writers Pay it Forward 
"Who Left the Skunk on the Side of the Road" is today's topic at Writers Pay it Forward as Mary Maurice pens today's guest post and discusses her book "Burtrum Lee - A Scientific Mystery".

Tuesday, November 28th @ Choices with Madeline Sharples
Mary Maurice writes an intriguing guest post at Choices today. She talks about "Keeping Readers Engaged". Don’t miss this post and opportunity to learn about "Burtrum Lee - A Scientific Mystery".

Thursday, November 30th @ Women of Wonder
Ginny at Women of Wonder reviews "Burtrum Lee - A Scientific Mystery" by Mary Maurice and shares her thoughts with readers. Don't miss this exciting blog stop!

I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.

02 October 2017

Monday Morning Inspiration - A Weekly Writing Prompt

It's October 1st! That means we are headed into the time of year where leaves turn beautiful colors, the air turns chilly, and pumpkin spice everything is being sold everywhere. This time of year is inspiring to me and so I thought I would take advantage of that and re-start my weekly writing prompt. In case you missed it, check out last week's prompt. Be sure to visit the comment section there, because Angela from WOW! Women on Writing gave such an excellent response! And here's a link to my response to this prompt I just posted yesterday - Let Me Come In.

And now onto this week's prompt! The basic rules are as follows - you get a photo and five words and your story must feature both in some way. I don't have a word limit at all (max or minimum words), so you can respond as short or as long as you see fit.

The Photo (all photos in these prompts have a creative commons license)

photo credit: DaveR1988 Reyjkavik Mysterious door via photopin (license)

The Words:






If you happen to write a response to this on your blog, I'd love to come by and check it out. I've included a link up so make sure to add your link to this (or in the comments if it doesn't show up for you!). And then I'll add a link to your story in next week's prompt!

Happy writing!

01 October 2017

Let Me Come In - A Writing Prompt Story

I'm trying to get back into the writing grove and started a weekly writing prompt. This is my response to it! I'll be posting one every Monday and you have one week to respond. Check out last Monday's prompt. Every week you get a photo to refer to and five words to use in your story. This is a story that has been in my head that I haven't been able to put into words yet. So this is a great way for me to flex that story's muscle.

The alleyway was growing colder by the minute. Mick lifted up the collar on his coat to bear against the cold. The chill found it's way down his back and he shivered. He wouldn't wait much longer. Soon he'd have to leave, go home, and get away from this mess.

"Never should've agreed to this," he said to himself.

"Then why did you?"

Mick jumped. When he turned, there she was. Wearing the same red coat as earlier, the woman who just wanted to be called "Miss" sauntered over to him. Her heels echoed against the damp brick walls. Someone sleeping near the dumpster stirred and lifted his head to look at the woman walking past. She shouldn't have been so comfortable and relaxed. Mick took note of this.

"Tell me why we're here, Miss."

"You mean you wouldn't rather be at home in your armchair as the sports game on television washes over you?"

"That's exactly what I'd rather be doing. So let's get one with this so I can get back to it." He squinted into the shadows, her red coat barely visible under the street lamps and her face shrouded in darkness. "Get out of the shadows."

She chuckled. Far too comfortable, Mick noted again. "I think I'd rather stay right here. You come closer." From her coat, she pulled an envelope out.

Mick hesitated, but refused to show fear. He walked forward and grabbed for the envelope. As he pulled it back, she held tight. "They said you're the best in the business. I never thought I'd trust a wolf."

At this, he grinned, letting his sharp teeth glint under the moonlight. "Than why did you?"

Letting go of the envelope, she started slowly stepping back away from him. "Because I'm determined. Inside the envelope is your first payment. Find my friend."

He waited for the sounds of her heels to be distant for him to leave the alleyway. Even though he was certain she was gone, he couldn't let go of the feeling of being watched. When you're out of the fairytale game like he was, you needed to be careful. In a city like this, where story creatures have left their stories to seek their fortune, it can be a dangerous place. Especially for a detective like him.

Mick walked back to the main street and over to a small coffee shop with a lit up open sign. One of the few that stayed open overnight. He knew the owner and the waitress who let this him use this as his office for nervous clients. It helped Mick tipped well.

The bell jingled as Mick pushed open the door. Tammy waived from the coffee pot where she stood and put her book on the counter. "Coffee, Mick?"

Mick nodded and sat up at the counter. When she poured a cup for him, he waited until she was back reading her book. Then he opened the envelope. Inside was the cash deposit for his initial services and a folder. He knew when he opened this up, he'd be opening up a gateway he could never return. It was like a light switch that could never be turned off.

He flipped open the folder and took a sip of coffee. That's when he saw the photograph. His throat closed up and he couldn't swallow that one sip. He spit the coffee back into the cup. His past stared back at him. One of the three little pigs that wouldn't let him come in. And now his girlfriend was looking for one of them. But this one was the one with the brick house. The smart one. The one who didn't have the same tragic fate as his brothers.

Mick shuddered, feeling watched again. His safe coffee shop no longer felt safe.

Hope you enjoyed my story! You have until the end of tonight to respond to last week's story prompt and then tomorrow I post another. Happy writing!

25 September 2017

Monday Morning Inspiration: A Creative Writing Prompt

Alright everyone, let's try something not-so-new. Some time ago I did a writing prompt for my blog! It was a great way to be creative for the week and flex creative muscles even when I wasn't really feeling it. Then I decided to step away from it because I just wasn't feeling like blogging anymore at all. Now I'm back again and trying to get active into the blogging community as well as with my own writing. And this is an excellent way to start.

So, this is my weekly writing prompt. You'll get one photo and five words. The only rule is that you must use all five words in your prompt response and you can use the photo provided in any way you think it applies to your story, poem, etc.

Okay you guys, here is the photo (Creative Commons License)

photo credit: Massimo Accarino via photopin (license)

And here's the five words to use (chosen at random thanks to this site)






I would love to see what you come up with if you decide to respond! I'll do what I did last time and give everyone a week. So by next Monday morning, everyone will get a new photo and new words. If you decide to respond to this prompt, come back here and post a link to your post in the comments or the link up widget (if it's showing). I'll come by and check it out! If you do, I'll share it on my newest writing prompt next Monday!

Happy writing!

23 September 2017

The Books that Haunt Us

Image courtesy of Flickr 
I've been an avid reader all my life. I love libraries and bookstores. I'm guilty of folding down the corner of the page to save my place. I'm guilty of losing track of bookmarks. I leave stacks of books in closets and beside my bookshelves and underneath my desk at work that I keep meaning to give away or donate but can't quite bring myself to do it. I love genre fiction, literary fiction, poetry and the occasional non fiction book. I nosy into books people are reading and will shameless lean my head to catch a glimpse of the book title. I just love books.

Here's the thing though - I'm not good at all about remembering book titles. When I think of it, I try save the book onto Goodreads so I can keep track of things. The problem is though that I haven't done that for a good majority of my avid reading life. And lately I've gotten into finding the books I can't remember.

The first major one that haunts me is one I recall reading in my younger years. I remember the day we went to the library and I decided to check it out. It is a book with a lighthouse on the cover I believe and it's set in a stormy, beachy, islandy type of place. It's a series and I thought that the atmosphere was a little on the dark side. A family was the focus of the story I think and potentially this haunted island or haunted house they rented for the summer, the winter, or maybe the fall. I'm not sure. I've posted this book to forums and even wrote to the very library that I checked it out at to see if they could remember it. Not a single recommendation quite hit it. Nothing where I could say, "Ah! That's it!"

But you see? There's more. There's another book by this female writer who wrote novels with these incredible twists in the end. One was where you find out the daughter of this family was the killer and you had no idea. Or this other one where the neighbor was a killer and she was just a kindly woman most of the book.

Another book for you. The cover showed a unicorn with a blue horn in a white room. The book was about this guy with no memory and he wakes up trying to figure out who he is and what he's doing there.

Oh wait, there's more! I also recall a book I read where this main character worked as a tour guide for authors who came by his city for their book tour. He was a blocked writer himself and he detested the idea this college friend of his actually published a successful book. It's all about him getting unblocked and writing again.

These books haunt me and swirl around my head just waiting for me to figure out their titles. Does anyone else go through this? I'd love to say that it will make me more disciplined about writing down books I've read, but I don't always remember. I'm an enormous fan of purchasing books for this reason and if I ever find any of the above titles I plan on buying them.

18 September 2017

WOW! Women on Writing Presents Blog Tour for Evidence of Flossing by Jennifer A. Payne

I'm excited to announce that I'm joining the WOW! Women on Writing team. And I wanted to announce to you an incredible book by Jennifer A. Payne that is in need of some blog stops! So mark your calendars blogging and reading peeps, the tour starts on November 27th and ends December 1st.

What's the book about? Well, since you asked...

Part social commentary, part lament, the 73 poems in Evidence of Flossing: What We Leave Behind are, at their heart, love poems to the something greater within all of us. Their investigation of the human condition and its folly — politics, religion, development, technology, consumerism — is juxtaposed to a series of poems about our natural world and the possibility of divine connection.

Poetry + Trash Ask Readers to Consider “What is our legacy in this vast and wondrous Universe?”
Would God floss? Do spiders sing? Can you see the Universe in your reflection? Explore the answers to these questions and more in Evidence of Flossing: What We Leave Behind, a new book by Connecticut author/artist Jen Payne.

A timely publication given the state of our world, Evidence of Flossing is more than a simple poetry chapbook. Its pages are illustrated by a random, absurd, and heartbreaking assortment of original and vintage photographs, including a series of discarded dental flossers that inspired the title of the book. 
A take on traditional street photography, these images examine human nature from a different and thought-provoking perspective. Several of the photographs were featured in a recent Arts Council of Greater New Haven art exhibit entitled “Where the Whole Universe Dwells.” They are part of a collection of more than 100 photographs of used dental flossers found by Payne between 2014 - 2017, and speak to the subtitle of the book: What will we leave behind? 

Evidence of Flossing: What We Leave Behind follows on the heels of Payne’s 2014 well-received book LOOK UP! Musings on the Nature of Mindfulness, and continues a dialogue about our innate connection with nature. Both books are published by Three Chairs Publishing, www.3chairspublishing.com.

Check out more information on Crystal Otto's blog post. Or go ahead and send me an email at nicole@wow-womenonwriting.com.

16 September 2017

Hey Writers, Would You Join a Blog Share?

photo credit: wuestenigel to do list via photopin (license)
For anyone still out there who used to know my blog from ages ago, I used to host a weekly writing prompt. Well, I've been away from blogging just a little bit but I'm ready to get back into it! The thing is? I don't have that same blogging community I used to have on my blog. So to get myself back on track, I was wondering...

Would you be interested in joining a weekly blog share?

I'm thinking it would be a great way for bloggers to come together to share what they've posted that week and just come by and visit each others blogs and comment. I know there are probably a ton of things out there like that, but I'm a DIY kind of lady, so that's why I thought to do this myself.

I guess the idea would be that if you leave your link, go by and check out the other links in the post, assuming it's not a huge list of blogs.

Maybe one day I'll bring back a writing prompt. So let's get started! I've included my own link below and go ahead and add yours. I'll come by and say hi!

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