Posts I loved this week

Here are the posts I loved this week!

Congrats to Nina Kaytel who’s published. Big congrats! And a great follow up post on how to start any novel. Excellent post!

A very cool idea at Sourcerer (Cool ideas happen often at Sourcerer–just saying) but this one is pretty neat. But there another fantastic one here. I highly recommend this one. It’s basically a how-to for those interested in building their Twitter accounts. Amazing. A big thanks to Gene’O!

This one is not writing related. I love this blog because it’s about doggies and Rachel (who runs the blog) seems to love them in that caring, selfless way animal-lovers have. This is a very sweet, humour story of her two doggies in Washington. So cute!

Jodie Llewellyn has such a great blog I actually had trouble choosing the best among her blog posts. They’re all really good! Here’s an example. I really liked that one. But…here’s another! 

Infinitefreetime is one of my guilty pleasures. I think he’s just a hoot. Hilarious. The posts he comes up with! Here’s this week’s example. But, on a serious note, he can also write. he got some really good news this week. A big congrats to him!

Jamie Lee Wallace had an excellent post on writer’s doubt. The blog, Live to write – Write to live is just superb. Please note the amazing round up of blog links at the end of Jamie’s post. An awesome resource!

A big shout out to Penny Dreadful Books and Reviews. I always check out her blog because she has the best reviews and reads everything under the sun. Here’s an example.

Molly Greene had a great post on how to increase blog traffic. Check it out here.

The Procrastiwriter had a great post on staying motivated and making plans. Part one and part two. Great tips!

This one is a lovely, lovely post that just made me relax and feel over all amazing. I have James Need to thank for that.

What an awesome week in blog posts!

Posts I loved this week

Here are the posts I loved this week!

Jamie Lee Wallace wrote an excellent post for the blog: Live to write – write to live. It had everything from great tips to advice, to a great quote to great links on ideas for blog posts! Excellent post! http://nhwn.wordpress.com/2014/02/08/weekend-edition-writing-is-not-for-sissies/

I liked this one from The Writing Catalog. How do we compose? Do we do it in our head or do we need a pen and paper (or computer)? http://gno112.wordpress.com/2014/02/09/question-for-writers/

Kristen Lamb wrote this How-to post for authors. I really liked it. It has some great tips on how to get writing and stay there. http://warriorwriters.wordpress.com/2014/02/10/journey-from-aspiring-dreamer-to-hardened-professional-author/

Absolutely awesome, James speaks is a blog not to be missed. I certainly was glad to check it out this week with its incredible posts. http://jamesneed.com/2014/02/10/resistance-creates-pain-accetpance-creates-peace/

Short but sweet. I loved this one and it happened to be posted on the day when I needed it so much! http://everydaypowerblog.com/2014/02/10/you-too-can-become-great/. But check out the Everyday Power Blog. It’s filled with goodness!

I really liked this post by Jen Owenbyhttp://jenowenby.wordpress.com/2014/02/12/whispers-of-the-heart/. It posed a question I’ve asked myself before. How well do writers have to understand their characters? Even their villains? She puts it much, much better than I do.

For fans of Game of Thrones, there’s this awesome post from Sourcerer. Great video! http://sourcererblog.wordpress.com/2014/02/12/best-cast-comments-ever/

Living with Izzy had a great happy-ending story (I love those!) about the dogs in Sochi. Loved it!

I cried with this one…I’m such a sap for a love story…I just love them. And Outmanned wrote such a wonderful post. I cried. I hope you enjoy it too.

Finally, this great one by J. A. Hennrikus on Social Media. I thought it made so much sense. http://nhwn.wordpress.com/2014/02/12/my-8020-rule/

Hope you liked them as much as I did. If not, what were your favourites?

Your lens is creating your world…

Loved this post from James Need. Just fantastic and so empowering. I’m rereading it now and just feeling so peaceful. I loved it. What a wonderful message.

Resistance creates pain. Acceptance creates peace.

I simply loved this post. Loved it. LOVED it. What a wonderful message. It was exactly what I needed to hear and gave me a great deal of peace.