Stories and Writing Related Posts I’ve Enjoyed from the Blogging Community #3

Hmm… Either I haven’t read as many posts as I felt like I did or the writers I follow were too busy to post a lot last week. Or maybe I just need to find new writers. I also try to find people who have any kind of story to tell, but last week was kind of light on those as well. Oh, well. Hoping for the best for this coming week.

I’ve you’ve come across any interesting fiction or non-fiction stories or great writing-related posts, would you mind sending them my way?

Stories I’ve Enjoyed

Fiction Friday: The Librarian by Lisa R. Howeler

Writetober Day 1 (Ring) from Kris Writes Worlds

Listen from Word Nerd Writing

Writing Related Posts

How to Bring Your Book’s Setting to Life by K. M. Allan

Learning to Grow from Each Rejection from Elizabeth’s Writing Corner

Dawning Fantasy by A. H. Washington Writes – the birth of a novel – I can totally relate

For more posts I’ve enjoyed, head over to the Writer’s Lounge for all guest posts.

10 thoughts on “Stories and Writing Related Posts I’ve Enjoyed from the Blogging Community #3

    1. Must have been a global occurrence. I sometimes feel it’s unfortunate writers must live in real life, but inspiration must come from somewhere.

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  1. The climate change is bringing me into perfect un-blogging storms more frequently than I expected. These last 10 days were no internet (provider error) + school holidays (so kids around) + insecurity about post quality. Let’s hope this week everything is back to normal 🙂

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  2. Thank you so much for the considering me in this group of great writings. I hope you continue to enjoy Writetober!

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    1. I was very happy to. I’m amazed at your ambition and your ability to make the story flow so well. I actually look forward to each new part every day. Best of luck finishing!

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      1. Thanks, I’m slowly getting nervous for novel November. Looking to get about 3,000 words a day. New cast and characters and new story.

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      2. That sounds really ambitious, especially coming off of Writetober, so I wish you the very best of luck! I could never do what you do and will do, so it’s all very impressive to me.

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