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Do you have a couple blogger buddies who aren’t posting as often? Those who’ve pulled back and seem absent from the blogging world? Do you have blogger buddies you are grateful they are still around and would miss if they vanished?
Three bloggers I miss the most are:
Jackee at Winded Words. Here's one of my favorite old posts: When to give up writing (but it's not about giving up, at all)
Victoria Dixon. Loves historical fantasy (my favorite genre!), especially based in Asia.
Taherah Mafi. Author of Shatter Me. She's very active on Twitter, but I miss her blogging, where you could get longer doses of writerly humor and insight.
Blogger buddies I'm grateful are still around posting regularly:
Julie Dao at Silver Linings. One of the first writer blogs I started following. I love all her posts, ALL OF THEM. Here's a good recent one, on Your own approval.
Melissa Marsh, novelist and historian. Always honest and open and insightful, as in this post The Long Road to Acceptance.
Saumya Dave at Left and Write Brained. So many thoughtful posts, like On Purpose
I could list so many more. Tell me your favorite blogs, the ones you read every single post from!
I'll be back the Tuesday before Thanksgiving to share some things I'm thankful for. In the meantime, I'm taking a blogging break during my favorite time of year: NaNoWriMo!
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