Welcome to Slàinte Sundays where I give a toast to those posts I enjoyed during the week. Without further ado:
On craft and the technical side of things…
Sonia Medeiros shares her lessons learned on the way to becoming a writer – valuable information.
Bob Mayer introduces us to Natalie C. Markey, a pro when it comes to the fine art of balancing writing and family.
Kristen Lamb reminds us not to treat the writer like a moron in her post, “Deadly Sin of Writing #7.”
Piper Bayard, the Pale Writer of the Apocalypse, shares her story of trials and tribulations on her way to becoming a writer…it’s an awesome reminder that we are all in this together.
What do you know about widgets? Take a quick and painless lesson from Woodie a.k.a. Carrie Spencer with Woodie Knows WordPress.
Get ready for an awesome adventure in reading! 33 books…one series…all genres! Steena Holmes has all the deets.
Check out Carrie Spencer’s crafty side here – jewelry, t-shirts, and more!
Natalie Hartford delivers yet again in this hysterical post about the hottest new party trend…you gotta read this!
Come take a look in an ancient kitchen and learn the history of cooking from Gene Lempp.
Kait Nolan makes some great points about how certain traits in a character should not be written out, and about how important it is to give readers characters they can relate to.
Cate Woods talks about allowing kids to feel free to be themselves, and how they can relate to diverse characters in books…a thought-provoking post.
On life lessons…
YOU are the only one responsible for YOU! A must read from Marcia Richards.
A great point: Change doesn’t have to be painful. An excellent post from Diana Murdock.
To Sonia, Bob, Kristen, Piper, Carrie, Steena, Natalie, Gene, Kait, Cate (ok, how many of us are there?? LOL), Marcia, and Diana…