#MondayBlogs Round Up (24 November 2014)

MondayBlogsYesterday I participated in #MondayBlogs on Twitter. I read, commented, and retweeted some great online journal entries yesterday.

Following is a recap list of those weblogs. All are wonderful reads, definitely worth reading and commenting on.

 

“Be Novel For Your Novel” by Allison Maruska for

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“Silver Threads” by Anne Stephenson for

 

“Film Review: ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1’ ” by Screeners for

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“Dark Chocolate Cleanse–Remove Toxins and Feel Good!” by Tamie Dearen for

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“Rejections Are Part of the Journey” by Patricia Sands for

 

“Channeling Grandma” by Jacqueline DeMuro for

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“Good Thing Charles Manson Isn’t Gay” by Stephanie Neighbour for

 

“Give Yourself Permission” by Allison K. Williams for

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“My Daughter’s Superpowers” by Greg Mischio for

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“Writer’s Thoughts: The Mystery of the Semicolon” by S. Evan Townsend for

 

“A Writer at the Movies: Episode 1, Star Wars” by Joe Prosit for

 

“Readerality” by L.Z. Marie for

 

“Behind the Mask: When to Reveal What a Character is Thinking” by Drew Chial for

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“3 Ways to BOOST Your Blog” by Alex Zamorski for

 

“Letter to an Aspiring Author” by Samantha Tonge for

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“3 Tips for Writers Who Are NOT Their Own Worst Critic” by Emily Wenstrom for

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“How To Build A Top-Notch Media Kit” by MM Jaye (hosted by Molly Greene) for

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“Why Me and Not You? Why You and Not Me?” by Judy Nichols for

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and my own entry from yesterday:

 

“Anarchy and Pink Typewriters: 10 Rules for Rebellious Writers” by Jess Alter for

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Thanks to all. Happy reading and writing, everyone!

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