Bloggers: Let's Make It Work!


Bloggers: Let's Make It Work!

Whether you are using blogging as a way to let the world get to know you, market your book, or prepare the world for your talents, the form offers so many options it can be overwhelming. Let's network and share approaches. Bloggers unite!

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What did you blog about today?

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Looking for Authors to Feature on my Blog

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New Members: Visit Here First!

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Interested in US history

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New Grace News

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Comment by Lorraine Duffy Merkl on November 15, 2015 at 12:16pm
Comment by Jenni Ogden on September 15, 2015 at 7:25pm

Kia ora from NZ! I have my debut novel published by SWP coming out in May 1016, and have started a monthly e-newsletter (a short vignette about something interesting/funny going on in my life, and a book review of a book I really love).It is SO important to build an e-mail list of potential readers, who hopefully will get to know me via my newsletter, so I would LOVE you to subscribe by clicking the newsletter link, especially if you think my new book (below) might be something you would enjoy. I also have a blog on my author website, and write blog posts for Psychology Today. Here's the cover and "hook" for debut novel "A Drop In The Ocean" (it is upmarket women's fiction and has some tough medical issues in it...) 

'When middle-aged Anna Fergusson’s research lab is abruptly closed, she flees Boston to an island on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef—where, amongst the seabirds, nesting turtles, and eccentric islanders, she finds a family and learns some bittersweet lessons about love.' 

Jacquelyn Mitchard kindly said 

 “Reading A Drop in the Ocean was everything a reading experience should be, endearing and enduring, time spent with characters who seem to be people I already knew.” 

Hope to meet you via my newsletter, and would be happy to subscribe to yours.

Comment by Jimmetta Carpenter on September 2, 2015 at 9:45pm

Hello everyone,

I haven’t been here in a while and a lot of things have been going on not to mention I have been busy working on multiple projects but I have new posts that I would love for you guys to check out on my blog and also the latest content on Write 2 Be Magazine so please follow along  Also please go to my fan page and hit the like button.  And I would love if you follow me on twitter @ & follow the Write 2 Be Magazine on twitter as well at  I hope that you follow my blogs, like my page, and follow me on twitter and in turn I will do the same with yours.  Have a blessed week!

Comment by Thelma Zirkelbach on August 30, 2015 at 1:45pm

I know it's somewhere...but where?  (The perils of moving) 

Comment by Mary Ellen Latela on August 30, 2015 at 11:47am

Introduction Post

I'm basically a non-fiction writer with many years of practice (writing every day). I have stories to tell about that long journey, and I'm writing as fast as I can.

Come see my blog,"We Didn't Start the Fire" at

I've seen much blogging on mental health issues recently and I wonder if there's some way to connect - have a virtual summit, classify, etc. Some great new books tell us so much about mental health and social issues. I really enjoyed @liamack Waiting for Paint to Dry, a novel rich in elegant prose and resources. She is from across the pond.

My dear friend @berylkingston of G.B. had a Kindle debut yesterday with A Family at War. It's not to be missed. I just started reading, and it is non put-downable, for sure. Except that there are some Sunday chores to be done first. 

I am excited to be a member of a community of SO MANY bloggers. There must be so many common and uncommon threads. Mary Ellen Latela ( @LatelaMary

Comment by Toi Thomas on August 23, 2015 at 12:24pm

Hi there,

Toi here. I'm new to this group but not to blogging. I have an author blog where I share my work, review books, interview other authors, and also connect the geek and fashion worlds to the book industry.

Comment by Aimee on July 23, 2015 at 3:01pm

Hello! I'm a brand new member and just wanted to say hi.  I'm a Book Blogger, as well as a Book Manager over at BookTrope.

I'm super excited to be here and can't wait to get to know some of you and check out your blogs!

Comment by Louise Canfield on July 22, 2015 at 12:36pm

Hi Y'all! I blog about southern women, family, community and writing. Has anyone suggested that we subscribe to each others' blogs?  I think it would help us all with visibility and common interests in blogging.  I'll start out by following your blogs and would love you to follow mine.

Comment by Annie Boreson on July 22, 2015 at 8:45am

Today I wrote about what it was like growing up in Seattle, before all the hype. It was a different town and my upbringing was a little odd too.

Comment by Annie Boreson on July 17, 2015 at 10:51am

Illness can really put a damper on writing. It took a moment to find laughter, but I'm back and anxious to kickstart the ol' blog. If you have a moment, I'd love to see you. This piece is about saying yes to things that normally you might respond with a thunderous NO. Some fiction...and some chards of truth. Thank you!


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