We’re on Day 4 of the 7 Days to Rediscovering Your Blogging Groove.
On Day 1 we wrote a list.
On Day 2 we answered a question.
On Day 3 we wrote a review.
On Day 4 – we follow Darren Rowse’s post
Then write a Link Post on your blog.Â Remember to include a link to this post in your post.Â
Link your post to the linky at the bottom of this page.
Read the other posts linked here, comment and share!
For our link post today we’re sharing with you links to
10 Great Blogs For Writers
You’ll find a lot of motivation, ideas and resources in these blogs.
A Writer’s Bucket List – Dana Sitar started this blog which shares resources, tips, and tools for writers in search of a path.
Read her post : Don’t Listen To Dream Squashers.
Jane Friedman –Â Helping authors and publishers flourish in the digital age.
Read her post: Are You Worried Your Ideas Or Work Will Be Stolen?
Daily Writing TipsÂ – every day they publishÂ a new article, with topics ranging from grammar to punctuation, from spelling to usage and vocabulary. Take a look at Vet, Vetted, Vetting, as an example.
The Write Life –Â Helping writers create, connect and earn. Read this post : Blog to Book: Why (and How) to Turn Your Blog into a Book
The Procastiwriter – Shannan claims to be a procrastinator and will help you to find motivation when you tend to put off your writing! Read her post Two Secret Weapons for Your Writerâ€™s Toolbox to know that she means business. ðŸ™‚
Goins, WriterÂ – Jeff Goins writes some very practical advice. Take a look at this post for example, The Most Overlooked Piece of Real Estate on Your Blog.
All Indie Writers / ResourcesÂ – The professional writer’s playground. Â Many useful tools here. For example, a word count tracker.
Alexis Grant – writes about making your luck in career and life. Her latest post, Why I Removed Email From My Smartphone, resonated with me.