There’s always so many awesome blogs to read, so I always appreciate mash-ups to help me find out what I missed and what’s happening in the blogosphere. Here are my favorite reads from the past 2 weeks. So settle in, enjoy some hot apple cider and a sweet roll while autumn rustles in.
Writers and Readers and Speakers:
Piper Bayard blogs about her seven year journey towards being a writer and shares her tips on starting out and attending writer conferences.
Larry Brooks guest posts at Ollin Morales’ blog, Courage 2 Create, about The Most Powerful Learning Tool a Writer Could Ever Have.
Katie Ganshert poses the question of how to write a Love Triangle – will your reader love it or hate you? She uses Vampire Diaries as her illustration! *Squeal!*
Trish Loye Elliot from over at Wordbitches posted an interesting question for writers, Bookclubs – A Good Idea or a Huge Time Suck? Share your take on the worthiness of reading when writing time is scarce.
Renee Schuls-Jacobson takes the Dialect Challenge and vlogs about pronunciation and accents in The Hybrid Accent. It’s hysterical and fun, you must watch and share your own language quirks.
Creepy True Stories From Around the World:
Stacy Green writes about the creepiest child killer true story I’ve ever read. Read it, it’s so eerie! The Sweet Face of Pure Evil.
Catie Rhodes shares super spooky legends and videos about the Ghosts of Cameron Park in Waco, Texas.
Pam Hawley is turning Hawleyville into the Hawleyville Hauntings next month! Check out her line-up as she gears up for Halloween! Fall, Festivities, and Freakitude.
Exciting news: Get ready this October as Jess Witkins’ Happiness Project turns into Jess Witkins’ Haunted Blog for the WHOLE MONTH! Expect costume ideas, Halloween how-to’s, ghost stories, scary movies, books, and more ghoulie fun! Muahahahaha!