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#41 Cat Woods

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  • Publishing Experience:As Cat Woods: adult short stories in the Seasons Anthologies. Middle Grade Anthology: TALES FROM THE BULLY BOX (2014). Middle Grade Novel: ABIGAIL BINDLE AND THE SLAM BOOK SCAM (2015).

    As A.T.O'Connor: short stories in the Seasons Anthologies. YA Novel: WHISPERING MINDS.

Posted 15 October 2012 - 09:37 AM

As some of you know, I write for a very large audience--with vastly different voices and subject matter between my kid lit and my YA writing. Because of this, I've started a blog for readers of YA (and newbie adults) under a pen name. Alexandra Tys* O'Connor. So if you've seen this creepy presence friending or following or stalking you in any way, it's just me.

Also, as some of you know, creating an online presence from scratch can be difficult. Because of this, I invite anyone interested in YA lit (or me as a writer :wub: ) to check out my second self! You're the first peeps I've come out to, though I'm not sure that makes you blessed or punished...


Blog Name: Whispering Minds
Post Frequency: 2-3x/week
Intended Audience: Readers of YA Lit (I'm actually trying to target my market of teens, parents, teachers and librarians)
Topic Summary: Psychology and human behavior. My tagline: A peek inside teen life, literature and love where anything is possible and not everything is as it seems.
Link: http://www.alexandra...r.blogspot.com/ or for wordpress lovers http://www.alexandratysoconnor.com

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*Tys rhymes with ice :happy:

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Words from the Woods~ Blog for Cat Woods
From the Write Angle~ Group Blog

Whispering Minds~ Blog for A.T. O'Connor

 

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#42 VonAngel

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Posted 15 October 2012 - 03:23 PM

I blew the dust off of mine a few weeks ago, but it's been online for over 2 years.


Blog Name: Think Positive, Think Write
Post Frequency: 1x (I'm aiming for 2x a week)
Intended Audience: Readers, writers, and anyone who likes me enough to care about what I have to say.
Topic summary: My writing, writing & publishing journey, random thoughts, author interviews (which I hope to start back soon), and I'm hoping to get into book reviews
Link: http://www.yrjones.wordpress.com
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#43 mammaMia

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Posted 27 November 2012 - 10:57 PM

I JUST started mine and I have no posts up right now. But hopefully, I'll become more active :P

Blog Name: mammaMia Writes
Post Frequency: I have no idea. Maybe a few times a month
Intended Audience: Readers, writers, and anyone who likes me enough to care about what I have to say.
Topic summary: Posts about my writing journey and the most random stuff.
Link: http://mammamiawrites.blogspot.com


AWAKENED (YA science fiction) -- shelved

WHO'S THE MOST POPULAR OF THEM ALL? (upper MG contemporary) -- shelved

GUNPOWDER, SPARKLES, AND JUST A LITTLE BIT OF RUM (MG fantasy) -- writing first draft (Query here)

UNTITLED YA FANTASY -- planning

UNTITLED MG FANTASY -- planning


#44 Cat from Japan

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Posted 28 December 2012 - 08:22 PM

I just started mine--part of my plan to write more things, different things.

Blog Name: Karenparking
Post Frequency: once a week
Intended Audience: those interested in cross-cultural stuff
Topic summary: mostly about things I notice in Japan, writerish things too.
Link: http://karenparking.wordpress.com
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#45 Msylvia

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  • Publishing Experience:I was first published at age 7 in a young authors' compilation. I never stopped writing. The bulk of my work is sff, but I also write poetry and screenplays. My work has appeared on writersmonthly.com, Broken Mirrors, and the upcoming anthology Once Upon an Apocalypse. I also sold a novella and a poetry collection, but neither of those saw the light of day (one publisher closed, the other closed their poetry line)

Posted 02 January 2013 - 08:51 PM

I'm new here. I've been lurking and subscribed to emails from AQC but haven't gotten very far into the community. But I think I may be addicted. I actually came here today as I was in the process of moving my blog from lj to wordpress and wanted to find blogs to add to my reader.

 

I just added a ton of your blogs and look forward to reading/meeting everyone.

 

My blog stats are below ... hope it's ok to include it here.  

 

Blog Name: Through the Labyrinth (shiny new blog)

Post Frequency: once a week
Intended Audience: anyone and everyone, but probably mostly writers 
Topic summary: writing, writers, publishing, etc, with occasional forays into music, paganism, eco/green stuff, movies, music, cats, silly stuff, pictures.

Link: http://morgansylvia.wordpress.com

 

my old blog is here http://www.livejournal.com/wrathchylde
 



#46 Alniah

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Posted 03 January 2013 - 09:15 AM

We just launched but a couple of authors and I just started this blog.

 

Blog Name: The Pen Punks
Post Frequency: Twice a week --to change to three times a week once we build an audience.
Intended Audience: Anyone interested in writing, with a focus on punk literature.
Topic summary: Writing, punk genres, reading, book features, book review, giveaways.
Link: http://thepenpunks.blogspot.com


"If my doctor told me I only had six minutes to live, I wouldn't brood. I'd type a little faster." Isaac Asimov.


BORN TO DIE (Sci-fi) : 85,000 words.
THE END WORLD (YA Sci-fi): 60,000 words
NIRVANA, INC. (Cyberpunk/Biopunk): 15K and counting
LINKED-IN (New Adult/YA Scifi): Brainstorming.


http://thepenpunks.blogspot.com


#47 DC Rich

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    Book is on Amazon under the title Pinebelt Poetry and Prose

Posted 22 March 2013 - 08:13 AM

Two blogs, One is my own, the other is a group blog I started with several AQCers in the Spec Fic Group.  I am toying with going all out with a daily blog, but I am hesitating. (See my other post Google Rankings)

 

Blog Name: The Write Time
Post Frequency: 1 to 2 times a week
Intended Audience: Writers, future fans :wink: People seeking information on Time Management,
Topic summary: Time Management Tips, Motivational Stories, Published Author interviews with my Blog Ring of Power friends.
Link: http://deanswritingtime.blogspot.com/

 

Blog Name: Aliens, Dragons, and Wraiths, Oh My!
Post Frequency: Once a week
Intended Audience:Spec Fic writers and Spec Fic fans
Topic summary:Wide open, any topic dealing with Spec Fic, writing, or examples of good or bad relating to spec fic
Link: http://dragonsandali....wordpress.com/


When you find yourself in a hole, quit digging.
Always drink upstream from the herd.
Never squat with your spurs on.
-- Cowboy wisdom from Will Rogers

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Visit my blog The Write Time
Visit my group blog: Aliens, Dragons, and Wraiths, Oh My!

 


#48 Aaron Bradford Starr

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Posted 29 March 2013 - 08:55 PM

Blog Name:  Imaginary Friend
Post Frequency: x1 / week
Intended Audience: Fans of fantasy and SF writing and art, and, to a lesser extent, players and designers of games and puzzles.
Topic summary:  Mostly deals with writing and publishing, but occasional production posts for illustration work or covers.  Very rarely, a post about producing prototypes or other game design behind-the-scenes topics.  I try to keep these general-audience, and reader friendly.  Occasional reviews of books or movies, from a writer's point of view.
Link: http://aaronbradford...r.blogspot.com/



#49 MichaelRC

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Posted 13 April 2013 - 01:44 AM

Blog Name: Legend Trippers: Screaming is Believing

Post Frequency: Every other day

Intended Audience: Believers in the paranormal, truth-seekers, searchers of the unknown

Topic Summary: In addition to updates and promotional artwork related to my novel, I'll also be posting news stories with a distinctly paranormal-bent.

Link: legend-trip.com


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#50 Andrew Nelson

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Posted 20 May 2013 - 05:25 PM

It's a work in progress. I just basically started and my thought was to generate stories based on my writing endeavors and then add in some short stories regarding the characters. Like everything else, there never seems to be enough time in the day to do all things, but I'm keeping a positive outlook.

 

Blog Name: Andrew G. Nelson
Post Frequency: 2-3 per month
Intended Audience: Mystery / Suspense genre, fellow authors, and those interested in the whole process of writing.
Topic summary: Articles about the writing / publishing process, background stories on characters, sneak peeks about upcoming books and promotions.
Link: http://andrewgnelson.blogspot.com/


Blog: http://andrewgnelson.blogspot.com/

 

Twitter: @Andrew_G_Nelson

 

Facebook: https://www.facebook...drewGNelson2001

 

Goodreads: https://www.goodread...Andrew_G_Nelson

 

Perfect Pawn and Queen's Gambit are now available through Amazon, Barnes & Noble and KOBO.

 

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#51 Letitia

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Posted 03 October 2013 - 08:59 PM

Blog Name: She Who Writes Monsters
Post Frequency: Once a week
Intended Audience: Authors, aspiring authors, book lovers
Topic summary: My main focus is showing how different media (books, TV, movies, anime/manga) have taught me different writing tricks. 
Link: http://www.shewhowri...esmonsters.com 


"You must stay drunk on writing so reality cannot destroy you."

-Ray Bradbury

 

Like sarcasm? Then you'll love me. Probably. I write urban fantasy. Here's my Twitter, Blog, Tumblr, Goodreads, and Facebook page.

 

Think I might not be a sucky writer? Scoop up a copy of The Black Parade

 


#52 ODearMoriah

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Posted 04 February 2014 - 07:11 PM

Hey guys! I started my first blog post yesterday, and ended up writing three!  My goal is to practice saying as much as possible in as few words as possible.  So, all blog posts are 140 words or fewer.  Eventually I'd like to do a weekly micro fantasy/sci-fi prompt for readers. (Micro Mondays?) Given a really mundane topic, writers can create a fantasy/sci-fi story around it.  I just want to get a few readers first.

 

Blog Name: Paracosms, Please
Post Frequency: I hope to average 1-3 posts a week.  Maybe more...
Intended Audience: Anyone interested in fantasy, science fiction, and micro-writing.
Topic summary: I don't want to talk about just reading and writing because I think that'll burn me out.  Instead, I want to discuss a wide range of topics that are in some way about looking at the world in new ways.  I plan to start a micro-fiction game with that idea in mind.
Link: http://leannorris.weebly.com


Creative fantasy, because it is mainly trying to do something else (make something new), may open your hoard and let all the locked things fly away like cage-birds.

-Tolkien

 

@ODearMoriah for Twitter stories.  A healthy dose of fiction.

Paracosms, Please for creative content under 140 words.


#53 Andrea Lambert

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  • Publishing Experience:My first book, JET SET DESOLATE, was published by Future Fiction London in 2009. My second, a book of poetry called LORAZEPAM & THE VALLEY OF SKIN, was published by valeveil in 2009. Lost Angelene published my chapbook, G(U)ILT, in 2011. My poetry has been anthologized in HAUNTING MUSES, WRITING THE WALLS DOWN: A CONVERGENCE OF LGBTQ VOICES, OFF THE ROCKS #16: AN ANTHOLOGY OF GLBT WRITING, THE L.A. TELEPHONE BOOK VOL. 1, YOU’VE PROBABLY READ THIS BEFORE, and CHRONOMETRY. My work has been published in 3:AM Magazine, The Fanzine, Entropy, HTMLGiant, ENCLAVE, Queer Mental Health, Five:2:One Magazine and elsewhere.

Posted 11 February 2016 - 10:39 PM

Hi guys. I started my blog in 2006. Reading all of this stuff and seeing the importance of blogging I'm dusting it off and blogging again. I didn't blog at all in 2015 but I just made another post now in February 2016.

 

Blog Name: Neon and Concrete

Post Frequency: Used to be a lot, rarely now. Now it's a few times a year.
Intended Audience: Writers, friends, family, writing colleagues, anyone who wants to Internet stalk me.
Topic summary: I talk about what's been going on in my life and writing career. As the blog starts in 2006 when I hadn't yet published my first book it covers a lot of territory.
Link: http://neonandconcrete.blogspot.com

 

Thanks for looking! Up with social media!


Website: https://andreaklambert.com
 
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AndreaLamber

 

GoodReads Author bio: https://www.goodread....Andrea_Lambert

 

Amazon author bio: https://www.amazon.c...ine_cont_book_1
 
JET SET DESOLATE from Future Fiction London on Amazon: http://www.amazon.co...t/dp/0578016257

 

LORAZEPAM & THE VALLEY OF SKIN: EXTRAPOLATIONS ON LOS ANGELES from valeveil: http://www.valeveil.se/posts/196
 

HAUNTING MUSES from Bedazzled Ink on Amazon: http://www.amazon.co...e/dp/194383752X

 

WRITING THE WALLS DOWN: A CONVERGENCE OF LGBTQ VOICES from Trans-Genre Press: http://trans-genre.n...the-walls-down/
 
THE L.A. TELEPHONE BOOK, VOL. 1 from ARRAS.NET: http://www.arras.net/?page_id=658

 

 


#54 DebsBlueRoses

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Posted 03 February 2017 - 01:32 PM

I forgot I had my old one still listed here, and I haven't used it for over a year.

 

Blog Name: The Write Mage
Post Frequency: Once a week
Intended Audience: Anyone
Topic summary: Writing, reading, gaming, and bloghop Q&A's.
Link: www.thewritemage.com


@}-'-- Pen: Debra Renée Byrd

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