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I, too, blog. It's a mishmash of things, but there are a few posts that are currently regular features:
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"I was just thinking of haiku today!! check out my blog post on she writes "Do You Haiku? I Do" and I do... thanks for good advice (I have a link from my post to yours if people need to know how to write a haiku). Truly,…"
"Here's a bit of blog advice that I've learned:
1.) Keep posts specific to a certain topic. (i.e. writing)
2.) Promote your blog on every social media space.
3.) Write great posts. Take your time to research your topics and make each post…"
"Jennifer, thanks for checking out my blog and for your nice comment. I apologize about the "captcha" thing. They can be difficulf sometimes. I took a peek at your blog. It looks like a great read. I will follow. :) I look forward to…"
Vanessa K. Eccles has had a writer’s spirit since before she could write. She won her first short story contest and the age of six. She has spent a lifetime developing her skill and love for writing. Her recent publications include “The Cricket’s Song,” “The Kinisey File,” and an article on the National Peanut Festival. She completed her first novel Georgia in 2009 and is currently working on her second novel Realm of Desire.
She is an English major at Troy University. She lives in Alabama with her husband and their three dogs: Frank, Coco, and Honey. She has a deep love for literature, dogs, travel, and lots of coffee. She enjoys reading just about anything, but her favorites are historical fiction, Christian fiction/non-fiction, and literary fiction. She writes southern inspired women’s fiction, including historical and paranormal.
Connect with me online! My site, blog, or Twitter handle are:
Welcome to the Southern Writers group. First, please visit our "Kitchen Sink" discussion to get into the swing of things. Also, be sure to introduce yourself on the "Roll Call" discussion thread, and then just jump in and do what you like. Start a discussion, ask questions, or just tell us what you've been up to. We're a casual, friendly bunch :)
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My book is on sale from today May 25 - 31. To learn more about the book visit my blog and follow the link to Smashwords. Available in all electronic formats. Today I did something different as well. I have a character Interview with the villain of…See More
Naturewriting.com is an online magazine only, but one that allows you to read essays and poetry about its general topic. I always enjoy reading about what others are perceiving and what aspects of nature writing interest them.…"