Posts I loved this week

These are the posts I loved this week.

I loved this post because I’m always looking for extra time to write. The site Becoming Minimalist has 5 steps to help you find more time in your life. Great post!

Okay, Infinitefreetime simply because…well, I just can’t get enough of that blog. Here’s an example of how to make a post about soup be funny, interesting and captivating. Soup! I kid you not.

Sourcerer had a great post on how-to for Twitter. One not to be missed! His results speak for themselves on this one. Again this is thanks to Gene’O who’s willing to share what’s worked for him with the masses. A big thank you, Gene’O! And this awesome Trailer for Game of Thrones fans! It made my hubby drool.

Outmanned is another guilty pleasure of mine. This week, she had a hoot of a post on Mondays. Hilarious.

A big shout out to Skye Callahan, an incredibly talented writer, who’s releasing her new book: Bound and Unbroken on Feb 25.

Loved this post by Mishka Jenkins on developing a love story without rushing it while under a word constraint. Check out her site, A Writer’s Life for Me.

Winter Bayne had a great post this week. She not only gave a little update on how she was doing but she also posted a list of great blog posts! Ooh! I loved that. Ahem. 🙂

Live to write-Write to live had this great post by Deborah Lee Duskin on saying yes to writing by saying no. So good!

Jeff Moore had this great post on motivation. His blog, Everyday Power Blog, is absolutely amazing.

Bottledworder had this great post on how to become a more productive writer. He had six great tips to follow. His tips were awesome and really helpful. Loved it! This is a superb blog, featured on WordPress’ Freshly Pressed and for good reason.

Last but definitely not least, Penny Dreadful. Andrea Whittle writes amazing reviews (meaning really well written and explained). She can analyze a book like a master surgeon and tell you what works and what doesn’t. Eloquently. I love reading her reviews. If you’re looking for a good read, search no further.