Stories and Writing Related Posts I’ve Enjoyed from the Blogging Community #4

Stories and Writing Related Posts I’ve Enjoyed from the Blogging Community #4

Happy Publication Day to The Throne of the Five Winds by S. C. Emmett! Check out my review here, and another great review over at the Witty and Sarcastic Bookclub.

Stories I’ve Enjoyed

Would I Recommend Being a Stay-at-Home-Mom? No. Maybe. Sort of… from Geek Mamas

Mom Life by Autumn Rain

Inktober Calendar by Author A. R. Curry – well, not a story, but this is some incredible artwork from an author

Something a Little Different on Sophie’s World

Dreams & Wishes: A Short Story from Mum Life Stories

Lessons from My Toddler: Moving On from Dirty Toes and Mommy Prose

Fiction Friday: He Leadeth Me on Boondock Ramblings

Boys will be Boys from Cafe Reading – a nice chilling read for October

Oasis Disturbance by Jennifer M. Zeiger – a choose your own adventure occurring over the next month, so be sure to stop by and take part

Writing Related Posts

Submission Statement: July-September 2019 from Rejectomancy

Author-versary from Fairy Tale Feminista – every author should do this

The Secret of a Great Novel? One with Heart by M C Taylor

Be You from Autumn Rain

Writing Inspiration: Going Places from Go and Get Em

Watabou, a Medieval Fantasy City Generator from Bits and Dragons

Writing Advice: Handling Criticism on Cafe Reading

Book Releases/ Forthcoming Books

Eat the Damn Muffin: Book Arrival from Housewife Hustle

Strangely Beautiful from Hub of Harper

Interesting Book Reviews

I follow a lot of book bloggers, so there is zero chance I can ever include all of them. Instead, I try to offer variety.

Some Sex and A Hill by Aran Jones on Bookworm

Cryptofauna by Patrick Canning from Paul’s Picks

The Whisper Man on Rustic Pages

Blogtober Book Review: Aurora Rising by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff on Classy X Book Reviews

Freeing Finch Book Review from Unconventional Quirky Bibliophile – one for kids

The Furies by Katie Lowe – ARC Review on Devouring Books

Holly Banks Full of Angst by Julie Valerie on Laurens.Bookish.Life – as a mom of a Kindergartener, I think I need to read this one!

#Teen Tonic #Book Review of People of the Lake by Nick Scorza on readingtonic

And Finally…

Our First Micro Fiction Writing Competition: Cash Prizes over at Mum Life Stories



10 thoughts on “Stories and Writing Related Posts I’ve Enjoyed from the Blogging Community #4”

  • I’m having an ever growing reading list, and I don’t think I’m going to have time to read what you recommend, but I never miss your book reviews. So thank you for that, for the interesting book reviews, and for mentioning me 🙂

    • It’s impossible to catch up on reading, but I’m glad you’re able to pick out a few things that interest you. Last week was just saturated with writing related posts. One day I will check out that fantasy city generator. I love drawing maps, but cities are not my favorite.

  • Thanks for the mention, Kat =) As I look at these posts of yours, it gives me added motivation to check out other people’s blogs. I used to be great at it but have fallen out of the habit of strolling around the blog-o-sphere. Definitely need to get back to it!

    • Always happy to! There are so many interesting blogs and posts out there, but I can certainly see how other things can get in the way of exploring.

  • Well, how the heck have I missed so many of your posts lately?! I guess my brain has been on stressing because we need to find a house closer to my husband’s office and I somehow skimmed by some of my favorite blogger’s posts lately. Too much googling of homes, mortgage rates, real estate news and who knows what else! Thanks for the share! Heading over to check some of these links as well.

    • I completely understand! We’re looking to get a house in the next few years and my husband is already driving me nuts with numbers and addresses. But I’ve also noticed I’ll see an email notification of a post, but I won’t see it on the Reader and vice versa. I have a feeling I’ve been missing out on a lot, too.

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