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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Comment by Eva Lesko Natiello on October 18, 2014 at 7:33am

Here's a super easy & quick tutorial on How to Write, How to Blog and How to Craft, all in one! My newest humorous HuffPost piece:

Comment by Jimmetta Carpenter on October 15, 2014 at 9:26am

Hello everyone! I wanted to take the time to share my latest blog post that I wrote yesterday with you. I normally don’t get so overly enthusiastic about my posts that I post them individually here because I post quite frequently and I wouldn’t want to bog down the group feeds with every single posts so I usually do share with you in spurts.  However I feel as if my posts yesterday was a bit of a breakthrough for me and since I have been struggling with my creativity lately that was such an unexpected blessing and I need to share it with you all.  So my message in my post yesterday was about becoming a vehicle for the message that I want to deliver  I hope that you all will read it, enjoy it, and share it.  Have a wonderfully blessed day!

Comment by Wendi Nitschmann on October 14, 2014 at 1:39pm

Thinking of some of the great writers who have influenced Michener:

Comment by Eva Lesko Natiello on October 9, 2014 at 6:56am

My first piece in The Huffington Post! a funny little ditty of tale I wrote the day after I finished writing my first novel: 

Comment by Jimmetta Carpenter on October 8, 2014 at 1:23pm

Hello everyone. I hope that everyone is being productive and steadily working on their various projects.  It’s been challenging for me recently but I am trying to maintain a positive outlook on things and press on with my projects, although they are moving slower than I would like.  I have been working on reigniting my creative spark and trying to get back to the basics of my writing career which includes focusing a little less on social media.  I have written quite a few new blog posts since last posting here so I hope that you all will go check them out at and also check out the latest issue of my online magazine,

I hope that you all will check it out and please follow and leave a comment with a link to your blogs because I am always looking for new blogs to follow and even to feature in my Write 2 Be Magazine.  For updates on Write 2 Be Magazine you can also like the Write 2 Be Magazine fan page and become a part of the magazine!  If you are expressly interested in having your blog featured in Write 2 Be Magazine please like the Write 2 Be Magazine fan page and leave a link to your blog there.  I look forward to reading your blogs!


Comment by Marilyn Bousquin on October 2, 2014 at 12:42pm

This week's blog article at Writing Women's Lives is all about crafting your narrator's emotional truth. It's also about breasts. And, yes, those two topics are more related than you might think! "Crafting Your Narrator's Emotional Truth: A Look at Nora Ephron's ...

Comment by Judith Newton on October 2, 2014 at 11:26am

Oh, and this.  the Politics of Women's Writing About Food.

Cooking and dining with others train us in modes of feeling and behavior that are the foundation for democracy itself.

Comment by Judith Newton on September 30, 2014 at 3:03pm

The question of who gets to be a story teller and of whose stories are read and acknowledged is crucial–not just for women, but for men and for the way civil society as a whole is constructed.

She Writes/She Reads: Women and the New World of Publishing

Comment by Judith Newton on September 29, 2014 at 2:56pm

Oleo, Crisco, sugar, and white flour!

"What did you eat during childhood and has it changed?"

A new post on foods of the fifties.

Comment by Thelma Zirkelbach on September 21, 2014 at 8:09pm

My Monday post is about the joy of walking...even if it's not very far. 


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