Add All of Your Blog Posts to November's Open Thread

Here's where you share the link to every NaBloPoMo post you're writing on your blog daily this month -- and share your words with the world! In fact, we're going to be culling out some great posts from the list below and paying you to feature them ...more

Sign Up for November's NaBloPoMo

If you're posting for NaBloPoMo every day in November, add your name to our 2014 blogroll to share your work and enter to win prizes! Just fill out the NaBloPoMo Blogroll Form. Make sure you've selected NOVEMBER, and only submit your blog once, ...more

Join the Big Online Blogging Celebration That is November's NaBloPoMo

Join NaBloPoMo (National Blog Posting Month) on BlogHer.com this November, and commit to post every single day this month! Every November, thousands of bloggers commit to posting daily. But it's about much more than getting that post up—it's ...more

Add Your Posts to the October Open Thread

Here's where you share the link to every NaBloPoMo post you're writing on your blog daily this month -- and share your words with the world! ...more

Sign Up for October's NaBloPoMo

The theme for October is CRUNCH. ...more

How NaBloPoMo Feels... in 16 Pictures

This month is the largest National Blog Posting Month. If you are wondering what it is like to do NaBloPoMo, here's an explanation in 16 pictures. ...more
Ashwini Well, BlogHer actually does one every month -- November is just the "big deal" one. I ...more

Writers Need Feedback: The Difference Between Blog Posts and Books

I once had lunch with a writer, someone I knew well from high school, who had brought her play for me to read while I was sitting in front of her. The play was cleverly written; it was a roman à clef – or, perhaps more properly, une pièce de theatre à clef. It was about office politics that she had experienced, and there was a vampire replete with cape and the other accoutrements of vampiredom. ...more
I agree with you about the need for feedback and I hear what others are saying about the pros ...more

How to Find Your Authentic Voice

When I was in elementary school, I declared that I'd be a writer. By high school, though, I was sure I'd go to law school. That too, changed over the years. In college, I had a professor ask me to consider switching my major to English because she enjoyed my writing so much; it would be a "waste of time" to pursue anything else. I wondered if she was high. (To be clear, I hadn't yet declared a major, so, perhaps I was high. No, really. Maybe I was. It was the late '90s and I don't need your judgment. Great, now I'm off track.) ...more
Love your post! I can so relate. Thank you for sharing. I couldn't agree more. Especially, the ...more

NaBloPoMo Day TwentyFour: In a Weird Place

So today has been a little weird. I’m listless, bored, yet, full of energy it would seem, as I’ve tried to take the easy way out and ooze into bed and sleep the day away, only to have fits and get up every 10 minutes....more

Is There Such a Thing Like a Comment's Guide for Blogging?

Is there a guide to post blog comments?  During the courses Blogging 101 and 201, we wondered what'd be the blogosphere etiquette and exchanged ideas on that. We shared what we individually accepted as the right behaviors and moved on....more

What About 2015? Planning ahead. Part 4. The Campaigns & Timelines

Happy Monday! I don’t know about you, but I try to disconnect from the office work on the weekends, and I was reading this awesome book, so I decided to share with you a review of the “Death on Anyone” from DJ Swykert. What a book! I loved it....more

The Death of Anyone Review – A tough / sweet woman.

Happy Sunday! Today is not a working day, so let’s enjoy this thriller, and tomorrow we will continue with the marketing! Enjoy!One way or another DJ Swykert always finds the way to keep the reader at the edge of the couch, whether it is romance, adventure or crime, it becomes really hard to stop reading....more

What About 2015? Planning Ahead. Part 3

Happy Saturday! This is NaBloPoMo’s Day 22, we are almost there. I am tricky girl I divided my long article into four or even five parts. But dividing it makes it easier to those who want to follow the steps....more

When work is the escape...

I have never been more thankful that I gave up teaching than I am today. If I were a teacher, I would not be heading to work. Instead, I would be living the life fantastic -- cleaning and cooking and preparing for Thursday's big bash at my leisure. Lucky me! I get to go to work. (I am not being sarcastic.)...more

I'm Thankful For My Job (and not just because I get a paycheck)

It can be easy to focus on the negative in work situations, and I am guilty of this a lot lately. As much as I’m ready for something new, my job has largely been a good situation for the last five-and-a-half years, and I’m grateful for it. Without my current position, I don’t think I would have been able to figure out what’s next for me—and actually believe that I’m capable of doing it....more

Control Much? Feedback Forum

 Wow readers, I am blown away by your survey participation! So far there are 10x the expected number of responses. Can we break the internet second to a Kardashian’s oiled bottom? Let’s try. I’ll give it another day or two before posting the results. Well done!...more

All His Words

Twenty-four days ago I started this little NaBloPoMo  project in tandem with Nanowrimo. So basically I’m sick to death of words.But I’ll be damned if I’ll stop with just a week to go. I will blog every day of this damn month. I will continue to add words to my Nanowrimo word count even if what I’m writing resembles something more akin to a bad Jackson Pollock wannabee painting than a lovely and coherent still life that invites you into the story....more

A surprise on my doorstep

Yesterday was my birthday and you knew that right? It’s not like I’ve been keeping it a secret LOL! The day was spent in my favorite way with my family doing family stuff and sneaking in some house stuff.  Curtains hung as we continue to settle into our home after more than a year....more