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#21 Lanette Kauten

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Posted 31 May 2012 - 07:21 PM

Blog Name: Writings and Stuff
Post Frequency: I haven't been posting with any regularity until last week. Now my goal is 2X's a week.
Intended Audience: Women
Topic Summary: Issues and subjects pertaining to women with an emphasis on relationships
Link: http://lanettekauten.blogspot.com/

#22 stephanieadele

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Posted 10 June 2012 - 03:46 PM

Blog Name: The Write Thrill
Post Frequency: A few times a week. No strict schedule in place yet.
Intended Audience: Writers. Readers. Anyone interested in the world of writing and authors.
Topic summary: I write both about my experiences in trying to get an agent, to my process of writing, to what I had for lunch.
Link: thewritethrill.blogspot.com

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#23 Alice in Wonderland

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    Curiouser and Curiouser...

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  • Publishing Experience:Reader and intern for a literary journal and an independent publisher. Books reviews in The Carolina Quarterly

Posted 10 June 2012 - 04:55 PM

Blog Name: Down the Rabbit Hole
Post Frequency: Once a week
Intended Audience: Writers. Readers. Anyone looking to publish.
Topic summary: I write about writing and editing and specifics vary. About to start a blog series about deciding what path to take in publishing and, specifically, what to expect out of going with an independent publisher. I write about other general writing topics, experiences, and tips as well.
Link: http://writerdownthe....blogspot.com/
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#24 S.K. Keogh

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  • Publishing Experience:My debut historical novel, THE PRODIGAL, was published in 2012 by Fireship Press. My second novel, THE ALLIANCE, was released in Dec 2013. Currently I am querying agents with another historical novel.

Posted 12 June 2012 - 09:53 AM

Blog Name: The Jack Mallory Chronicles
Post Frequency: 2-4 times per month
Intended Audience: Fans of historical fiction, history, and writing
Topic summary: News about my own book and works in progress (i.e. links to reviews, stories related to research for my stories, updates for fans), topics that will appeal to the historically minded,
Link: http://susankeogh.wordpress.com/

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#25 SC_Author

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Posted 14 June 2012 - 01:21 AM

Blog Name: SC Write
Post Frequency: Hopefully 4-5 times a week
Intended Audience: Writers in all stages, who need a pick-me up
Topic summary: Thoughts about the writing process and inspiration that is needed to keep writing, built off of personal experiences
Link: SCwrite.blogspot.com

Thanks guys! I've just really started on this blog, well, tonight, at around 1 AM. My first post is up at 1 AMish :) Wish me luck!

I will follow back, and I will suscribe back :)
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and SCWrite.blogspot.com for my blog :)

I am blogging about all things writing and JK Rowling. I also divulge secrets about the craft.

Because writers are insane. Being a writer is misery. And, as we all know, misery loves company :)

#26 E.B. Black

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Posted 19 June 2012 - 06:46 AM

Blog Name: Death Author - E.B. Black
Post Frequency: One to three times a week
Intended Audience: Writers mostly, but also trying to make it more reader friendly as well for speculative fiction readers and romance readers
Topic summary: Writing tips, my thoughts, info about me, thoughts on speculative fiction and romance
Link: http://deathauthor.blogspot.com/

Visit my web-site for links to my twitter, blog, facebook, and a way to e-mail me: http://www.ebblack.com/
 

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#27 jwmstudio

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Posted 19 June 2012 - 07:52 AM

Blog Name: The Demeter Diaries
Post Frequency: Lord, you may as well ask me how much I weigh.
Intended Audience: Anyone interested in agriculture, both conventional and alternative. If you eat, I want you.
Topic summary: I document my own sometimes misguided attempts to raise food for my family and write about the farmers I meet writing for Lancaster Farming.
Link: http://thedemeterdiaries.blogspot.com/
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#28 Marie Wickert

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Posted 26 June 2012 - 09:26 PM

My blog is fairly new but I'm trying hard to get it kicking!

Blog Name: Dévoreuse d'étoiles (french for Devourer of Stars)
Post Frequency: Occasional. I want to try for weekly.
Intended Audience: Writers, readers, friends, fans of YA, etc.
Topic summary: I focus on my writing, my reading (I plan on posting more book reviews!), progress, etc.
Link: http://lamyrtille.blogspot.ca
"Fiction is the truth inside the lie." - Stephen King

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#29 Normadavis101

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  • Publishing Experience:Sixteen years ago when I was diagnosed with breast cancer, one of my first thoughts was that I wanted to write a book before I died. Ten years later I wrote "Pick Up The Broken Pieces", a Christian novel. I read about publishing and subscribed to "The Writer" Magazine, but found a vanity publisher for "free" on the internet and gave them seven-year rights to my book (Publish America) with regrets. I really didn't know what to do.

    The last four years I wrote "Scorched Family", a Christian Suspense novel. AQ taught me a lot about writing a query and publishing angles. Last week I self-published with Create Space and let Amazon send my manuscript to Kindle. As an unknown author, I decided to offer my e-book free for five days. I've had 300 downloads. I figure if I get ten good reviews from this experiment I might sell some.

    I realize there are no guarantees and a bad review changes everything. So far my friends said they couldn't put the book down.

    Whatever happens, I had fun writing it, and I'm thinking about the next novel. When I get rights back to my first book (next year) I will self-publish it also.

Posted 20 July 2012 - 03:23 PM

Blog Name: Norma Davis
Post Frequency: Every day for the past 2-1/2 years
Intended Audiance: Anyone who needs an uplift or an occasional life experience
Topic Summary: The God on the mountain is still God in the valley
Link: http://normadavis.webs.com
http://normawatsondavis.blogspot.com/

I link the second one to Twitter and the first one to Facebook. Content is the same.
Plan to start another blog to promote my books when I e-publish them.

#30 CapeCodCurvy

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  • Publishing Experience:Bestselling Amazon author: UNDERTOW, STORMFRONT, CRUEL SUMMER. Writer in Residence, Sturgis West High School. CP for traditionally pubbed authors. Professional Member - Society for Children's Book Writers and Illustrators. Faculty member for NESCBWI 2015. UNDERTOW awards: Indie Recon Live nominee, Teen Best Bets - Girl's Life Magazine, Barnes and Noble's 7 terrifying summer reads 2015, Publisher's Weekly 2014, Librarian's choice - high school summer reading lists, Teen Book Clubs. Organizer of multiple author panels / events including Wreck A Book 2015 with 10+ authors. ARC reviewer for the big 5 publishers.

Posted 06 August 2012 - 10:06 PM

Blog Name: Cape Cod Scribe: A literary bite from the beach
Post Frequency: 2-3x / week
Intended Audience: writers, mothers and general lunatics
Topic summary: Topics for fiction and YA writers (The critical first kiss, rocking and writing, should YA authors be YA readers, etc), observations from motherhood (why kids don't come with instructions, the rabid school bus, etc) and the Cape Cod shoreline (acorns as harbingers of doom).
Link: http://capecodscribe.wordpress.com/

#31 Diana O.

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Posted 08 August 2012 - 12:05 PM

Blog Name: Presently in the Past

Post Frequency: Around 4 times per month, but can sometimes increase

Intended Audience: history nerds, historical fiction fanatics, and aspiring authors

Topic summary: I usually post on history topics (mostly dealing with the early 20th century), review historical fiction and period pieces. I also keep folks updated on my work and about the writing process in general.

Link: http://dianaoverbey.wordpress.com

"I dwell in Possibility." ~ Emily Dickinson

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#32 albrock

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Posted 08 August 2012 - 01:24 PM

Blog name: All My Friends Are Pretend

Post frequency: Once or twice a month, although that will increase substantially

Intended audience: Writers

Topic summary: I write about the writing process, including querying, agents, and submissions.

Link: http://allmyfriendsarepretend.blogspot.com/

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#33 khaulamazhar

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  • Publishing Experience:I write articles for Dawn(Pakistan) magazine,Ferozsons (Pakistan)has published a short children's story I wrote,I have written one YA novel that is being published and one that I am still editing.

Posted 14 August 2012 - 03:03 PM

Blog Name: khaula mazhar
Post Frequency: about once a week
Intended Audience: anybody
Topic summary: random thoughts, mostly humorous,writing
Link:http://khaulamazhar.wordpress.com/

#34 peacehart

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Posted 23 September 2012 - 07:35 AM

Now that I have a few posts under my belt, I feel comfortable sharing :biggrin:

Blog Name: Peacehart's Pen
Post Frequency: I've had it for a week now, but so far three times per week
Intended Audience: Anyone who cares to read it!
Topic Summary: My novel, and writing services I can provide (resume writing, proofreading essays, translations)
Link: http://peacehartspen.blogspot.com/

Thank you for informing me about this oh so important must-have!

#35 Aightball

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  • Publishing Experience:My short story ANGUISH is available now in the Elephant Bookshelf Press winter anthology "Winter's Regret".

Posted 23 September 2012 - 11:25 AM

Still in its infancy, but here's mine:

Blog Name: The Nook
Post Frequency: here and there...trying for once a week
Intended Audience: everyone from writers to avenged sevenfold fans and everyone in between
Topic summary: music, writing, what I'm up to, and anything else that comes to mind
Link: http://aightball.wordpress.com

Most girls are made of
sugar and spice and everything nice; they
screwed up the recipe for me: I'm made of
bat wings and broken things.

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#36 LucidDreamer

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  • Publishing Experience:Blue Ridge Library Mystery series, written as Victoria Gilbert. 1st book -- A MURDER FOR THE BOOKS -- releasing from Crooked Lane Books in December 2017. Book Two -- SHELVED UNDER MURDER -- will be published in July 2018 and untitled as of yet book three in Jan. or Feb. 2019.

Posted 24 September 2012 - 11:29 AM

Still under construction, but on its way --

Blog Name: VickiLWeavil
Post Frequency: Going to try for once a week
Intended Audience: Everyone interested in writing, reading, and random acts of imagination
Topic Summary: My writing, reviews of other books and media, general discussions about life
Link: http://vickilempweavil.com/

#37 khaulamazhar

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  • Publishing Experience:I write articles for Dawn(Pakistan) magazine,Ferozsons (Pakistan)has published a short children's story I wrote,I have written one YA novel that is being published and one that I am still editing.

Posted 24 September 2012 - 12:58 PM

I started another one just for fun. For anyone who has kids, I hope I can post once a week at least.:http://khaulamazhar.blogspot.ca/.

#38 Leigh Teale

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Posted 24 September 2012 - 02:45 PM

Blog Name: The Fantastic Leigh Teale
Post Frequency: I try for once a week, but I'm new at this.
Intended Audience: Friends and family who want to keep up with my writing. Anyone who wants to learn my take on writing and grammar.
Topic Summary: Repository for my writing, updates on my querying, general literary ramblings
Link: http://www.leighteale.com/

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#39 Amy Trueblood

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Posted 24 September 2012 - 10:48 PM

I've been blogging since January, 2012 and it's been an amazing education, as well as a great connection to writers all over the world!


Blog Name: Chasing The Crazies
Post Frequency: 3x/week
Intended Audience: Writers and readers alike
Topic Summary: General writer musings, author interviews, book reviews, and a monthly agent feature on the "do's and don'ts of your first five pages."
Link: www.chasingthecrazies.wordpress.com
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#40 Aaron Bradford Starr

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Posted 14 October 2012 - 10:03 PM

Blog Name: Imaginary Friend
Post Frequency: 1-4 times per month. I'm hoping to increase that.
Intended Audience: Writers, artists, designers, or anyone interested in behind-the-scenes musings about any of these things.
Topic summary: Writing and publishing, art, very occasional game design stuff, and musings like movie and book reviews.
Link: http://aaronbradford...r.blogspot.com/



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