The Writer’s Roundup is out this week, since I’ve only returned from my much-needed Internet hiatus yesterday.
Instead, I’d love to use this as an opportunity for us to get to know each other and our blogs.
So I hope you’ll give us the link to the best post you published on your own blog this week. Then click around and explore other readers’ digital homes!
Have a great weekend.
20 Replies to “Rather than a Writer’s Roundup, YOUR links”
Yay, fun. Here’s mine..http://lisamckaywriting.wordpress.com/2011/09/23/what-is-the-most-important-quality-in-a-marriage/. It’s also the only post i’ve published this week, who knew newborns could be this demanding?? Glad you had a great time away!
Congratulations Lisa on the baby!! 🙂
My latest is on leading and following, and has three life lessons, including: “Just because no one else has done it before doesn’t mean it’s a bad idea and won’t work. It may just mean that no one else has had the moxie to try.”
Thanks for the forum Lexi, and welcome back from your retreat!
Great idea, Lexi. Thanks. And welcome home!
This post is from my series called “Travel Tuesdays.” (I also post “Wordless Wednesdays” and Friday is open to what catches my fancy that week).
What a lovely idea. I did a book review on my blog this week: http://annegallagher8.wordpress.com/2011/09/20/saved-by-an-angel-book-review/
Great idea, Lexi – I did something similar on my own blog today 😉
Okay, I think my best post this week was the one I wrote about realizing not everything is about me: http://www.sarahrosemary.com/index.php?/archives/614-Its-not-all-about-me.html I tend to focus so much energy on why I might not have clicked with so-and-so instead of nurturing the relationships with people who do care about me.
Here’s the only (thus best) post I wrote this week! http://emmawilhelm.com/2011/09/19/learning-and-trying/
Great idea! My best (and only) post this week was http://writeupmylife.com/2011/09/20/my-epiphany-or-how-not-to-impress-an-editor/. I should be posting another one today though. Happy weekend everyone!
Great idea! My most informative post is a peek at the first grade in Switzerland:
This is from a few weeks ago on my C. Hope Clark blog – The Not So Obvious Niche – http://hopeclark.blogspot.com/2011/08/not-so-obvious-niche.html
“Whether writing fiction or nonfiction, we know we have to define ourselves. But if we are venturing into new territory, how do we break ground finding a brand or building a platform? Writing gurus advise that you specialize. Become an expert in nonfiction. Become talented and knowledgeable of your chosen genre in fiction. Darn it, but you’re new!”
Thanks for opportunity, Lexi!
Here’s my post about “Voice issues” – When did my writing voice change? And how do I get that inhibited, innocent, stubborn, brave teenage voice back?
Hmm. Internet hiatus. Sounds like a brilliant idea. Thanks for all the great links. You have great followers! My best post this week below.
Brilliant idea: ceding the floor to your audience.
The best blog post I read this week is by a former co-worker. It’s called Ten Years With HIV and it’s so brave and honest, and taught me so much about how this virus affects real lives: http://pme200.blogspot.com/2011/09/ten-years-with-hiv.html
The best article I posted recently (actually last week) is an interview with a Chilean videogame developer, who is making a game based on indigenous traditions. Such an enthusiastic and charismatic guy: http://www.leslieforman.com/2011/09/chiles-first-mapuche-videogame-interview-with-fernando-rojas-for-china2valley/
Enjoy your return to civilization!
Thank you for the opportunity to share and discover the work of the TTW community! I always look forward to allowing my Friday afternoons to be consumed by the Writers’ Roundup, and this is a great twist on the series.
My favorite post this week: “Top 5 Elements of a Perfect To-Do List”
Thanks for the invitation. I do work for useful and fun content. Last Friday a woman asked me what she should do to train her new dog due to having 3 people to one hound, so this post is a response to her question.
What a fun idea. This is a post I did on a dog cookie recipe you can bake for your pet. Maybe Cooper would like to try it? http://peggyfrezon.blogspot.com/2011/09/fall-baking-for-fido.html
My most recent post helps business owners determine what criteria they should use in selecting a copywriter to write their corporate website and establish an effective online presence. “10 Tips for Choosing a Website Copywriter” can be found at: http://www.susangreenecopywriter.com/articles/choosing-website-copywriter.html
What a great idea! Thanks for organizing this Posting Party.
My latest post looks at pop culture and how it can make you feel younger or older than you really are: http://lisaduran.blogspot.com/2011/09/raymond-burrs-legsget-it.html
I’m late to the party, but I will be checking out everyone’s blogs and wanted to share mine as well. I am intrigued by the descriptions. Happy reading!
Thanks Alexix, here’s mine:
Here is my post on Caving under Budapest: