#MondayBlogs Round Up (05 January 2015)

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Happy New MondayBlogs Year 2015!

I was thrilled to see so many amazing web journals and articles to choose from on Monday, and it was hard to pick. I commented and tweeted each blog on this list, and I encourage you to do the same.

If you want to learn all about MondayBlogs, then please read this informative web article:

“What Is #MondayBlogs and Why Should Bloggers Participate?”

Let’s get reading!

 

“Editing 101: How Should You Pick an Editor?” by Patricia D. Eddy () via for

 

“The 4 Most Effective Book Marketing Strategies That Work” by Rachel Thompson () for

 

“Holidays . . . the Good, the Bad and the Ugly!” by Cindy Cordeiro () for

 

“Adding Your Blog to Find-a-Grave” by Valerie Hughes () for

 

“Things I Could Stop Doing in 2015 (but Probably Won’t)” by Jill () for

 

“And That’s Why I Do This!” by Alice de Sturler () for

 

: 5 Sites for Creating Word Clouds” by Jeri Walker-Bickett () for

 

“What’s Your Kick-Ass Word for 2015?” by Nadine Tomlinson () for

 

“Too Much Dread” by Drew Chial () for

 

“How Not to Market Your Novel, Part 1” by Bobby Mathews a.k.a. The Nature Bob () for

 

“Indie Authors: Reviewing and being Reviewed” by L.E. Turner () for

 

“How Four Words Got Me Back on the Writing Track” by Jann Alexander () for

 

Blogger of the Month for January 2015

Before I close this with my own MondayBlogs entry, I would like to present my first Blogger of the Month: Drew Chial. Drew is a regular on MondayBlogs, and his writing advice has inspired me since I started reading his MondayBlogs entries. His style is approachable, his blogs are entertaining (I love those photos, Drew!), and his advice for authors is top notch.

Follow his ‘blog, folks, especially if you’re an author.  You will not regret it.

 

And last (but hopefully not least) . . .

“Writer’s, uh . . . What’s It Called, Again?” by Jess Alter () for

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