First of all, happy publication day to The Library of the Unwritten by A. J. Hackwith! Here’s the link to my review, and check out this review over on readingtonic.
Stories I’ve Enjoyed
Writing Wednesday|Mamoru Chiba at The Loyal Book – this one really made me nostalgic for my Sailor Moon watching days
My Mum Life Story: Part 3 – Depression and Divorce from Mum Life Stories – though the topics this mom wrote about are heavy, this was beautifully written
Water by Bits and Dragons – this is part of an ongoing hilarious story. I have little faith the characters will ever see light of day again.
Childhood Ocean City Trip: Finding the Coin of the Sea at Elizabeth’s Writing Corner – an incredibly beautiful story of a childhood experience
Playground Instruction for the Growing Adult by Jana Williams
Futures: A Point of Honor from Rejectomancy
Eat the Damn Muffin by Jenni Dunlap of Housewife Hustle
Hiding a Monster by A. R. Curry
Writing Related Posts
Fiction Friday: Lessons About Self-Publishing My First Novel by Lisa R. Howeler
Free Fantasy Setting Wordbuilding Template from Tommye Turner Talks
Why Are There Different Types of Editing? from Bonnee Crawford Editing
Character Matters by Val Veil
Check out more posts I’ve enjoyed by stopping by the Writer’s Lounge for all guest posts.
7 thoughts on “Stories and Writing Related Posts I’ve Enjoyed from the Blogging Community #2”
I’m happy you enjoyed it 🙂 Thanks a lot for your reference, I hope I’m able to make it to this list again this coming week.
Truth is, I don’t know if I’m going to manage to maintain the tone…let me know if I fail 😉
I love the increasing silliness, so I can understand the difficulty in keeping it up, but it’s still a fun story. I’m also partial to your stories, so I think you can expect to see your posts in my lists.
You ask how I do it… one thing is that I don’t have time for reading as much as I’d like… *sigh*
Oh, that makes me sad… I don’t get as much time as I used to, but I’m glad to get what I do have.
Kat – you’re awesome! Thanks again for your support. It really means a lot to me. You’re a writer’s writer. Keep up the inspirational work.
Always happy to do what I can! Writers and authors can use all the support they can get. Whenever I hear of writers being torn down by writing groups and fellow writers, it just makes me want to do what I can even more. Everyone has a voice and deserves to have the chance to make it heard. You never know when you might be someone’s cup of tea!