Check This Out- Write Naked

If the title sounds familiar, yes I did mention this site a few weeks ago on Market.  It’s a great site to submit guests posts to and get paid for it.

However, there were a lot of things I didn’t get to mention about Write Naked when I was talking about it as a freelance market.

  • Like the fact that it’s an inspiring read.
  • Like the author is an amazingly energetic woman that gets more done in a day than I do in three.
  • Like it’s a WordPress site, just like this one, and I love to talk up my brothers and sisters here.
  • And, like how the author blogs about her life, in which her day job is writing, and how she lives that awesome life we’re all working towards every day, and I love hearing those stories.

Post To Check Out-

  • We write what we read.
  • A writer welcomes chickens
  • What a Writer carries in her purse

So, if you didn’t already discover how awesome Write Naked is, check it out this week.

Check This Out- Writer Unboxed

If you’re looking for a new writing blog, well, this is often a good place to find them. I am a huge blog junkie. Anything that can teach me to be a better writer, I will read it.

This week, Writer Unboxed is my new favorite. It’s simple, but full of such inspirational work. Just this past week, there was a great piece of effective multitasking. I think, if you read my post on Tuesday about all my projects, you will understand why I might have had just a small, really passing, interest in that.

Here’s the one that I really want you to read, though. It’s called Great Expectations, by M.J Rose. I saved it to read when I need to feel better about this whole writing thing. I’m going to keep it short today, because I want you to go read it, right now.

Check out Writer Unboxed, then stop back here and tell me what you think.

Check this out- Blots and Plots

How’s that for a super cute name for a writing blog?  I found Blots and Plots on Pintrest, (blogger tip, use Pintrest, guys!)  It’s run by a girl named Jenny Bravo, which is enough to make me howl.  (Johnny Bravo.  Does anyone else remember that cartoon?  Ohhhh, Man.)

She’s a self published author, who’s book is coming out next month.  She’s someone who has gone the mile, forged the path, and is ready to show you how.  Also, her website is boss.  I love her graphics, they make me jealous.

Of course, it’s her writing that really got my attention.  It has to be the writing.  Her most recent post was called 10 Things Finishing A Novel Taught Me About Writing.  I devoured it.  It really made me think about the books that I’ve finished, am finishing, will finish.  I equally love the pieces she does about self promotion.  It’s something even traditionally published writers will have to deal with to some degree, so it’s important to know.

More than informational, Blots and Plots is fun to read.  She’s currently posting chapters of her prequel novel.  This is something important to notice.  She wrote a book, set to promoting it, and started right away on another one.

All in all, Blots and Plots is everything I want to be in a writing blog.  It’s great looking, fun to read, and the articles inspire me to be a better writer.  Check it out.

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