Spreading the Love

My top picks for this week come from a variety of sources. Some are blogs I visit on a regular basis, some are links from Facebook, and a few are links from Twitter.

First we haveWriting With Shelly and Chad, and I’m sorry to say I can’t remember whether I got this link from Facebook or Twitter. But for all you Mac users out there, the best Self Control aid ever! I only hope that they come up with a version for PC users soon!

Then we have a quick look at Moody Writing where you can always find some interesting advice

Next up is the most cheerful person I know Tara Tyler. She’s got an amazingly positive attitude and she always brings a smile to my face. But watch out, she’ll be tempting you with various blogfests and challenges. :-)

Don’t forget to check out Jamie DeBree’s new flash prompt on the Variety Pages. And if you want to see what she came up with last week, all you have to do is scroll down a bit. A very thought provoking story!

Chuck Wendig had an interesting piece up last week called 25 Things You Should Stop Doing to Yourself that you should take a look at. Heck, just go ahead and bookmark his main site, and visit often.

The Huffington Post had an interesting article trying to figure out Are eBooks Too Cheap?

Looking for some great, on-line reading? Go visit Neither Here Nor There and check out the tabs at the top. (My personal favourite is Serverus the Rogue)

If you crave something a little darker in your reading, I highly recommend Raven Corinn Carluk.

And if you’re looking for some awesome on-line serials, look not further than
Alex Westhaven’s thriller Animal (updated each Wednesday)
Jamie DeBree’s romantic suspense Falling In Public (updated each Friday)
Or her latest Fantasy Ranch story, The Minister’s Maid (updated on Tuesdays)
And for something a little spicier, try Trinity Marlow’s latest Working Stiffs story the Paramedic (updated on Thursdays)


Bish Denham said...

Lots of places to stop and visit. Thanks for the links!

Jamie (Mithril Wisdom) said...

Thanks for the links! I'll go check these guys out and say hi.