Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Writer Wednesdays: The Best of the Best in Blogging Writers

In honor of the official start of Writer Wednesday on the blog, I’ve decided to highlight some of my favorite blogging writers.

Heather McCorkle

Blogging at Heather’s Odyssey and Critique Sisters Corner, co-founder of the #WritersRoad Twitter chat on Mondays 6pm PST, she is gracious, humble, and a phenomenal writer. She is a huge supporter of fellow writers and a social networking queen. Writing in many sub-genres of YA fantasy, her debut book, THE SECRET OF SPRUCE KNOLL will be coming out in the Fall. If you haven’t checked her out, be sure to tune in to her blog’s Friday: Creature Feature to get a sense of her unique authorial voice.

TS Tate

How could I not mention a fellow Tee? Blogging at TS Tate, co-founder of the #WritersRoad chat (see above for details), she inspires others with her quirky sense of humor and her positive outlook on the writing journey. One of my favorite posts from her came in May, entitled “Ten Things That I Have Learned” and found here. In this post, you’ll get a sense of exactly how great she is and why she is one to watch. I cannot wait for her work to be published.

Roni Loren

A romance author, self-proclaimed fiction groupie and all around remarkable person, she blogs at Fiction Groupie MWF, Roni Loren T-TH, and for the 18+ crowd on Tumblr. Her posts offer stellar insight into the writing world from craft to publication. Her debut novel, CRASH INTO YOU, will be published by Berkley Heat early next year.

Shelley Watters

The champion of writers’ contests! Blogging at Is It Hot In Here Or Is It This Book?, she writes romance for YA and adults. She signed with a spectacular agent back in February and I hope to see her books in print soon. Check out her blog for content, contests and more.

Yelena Casale

I’d be remiss if I didn’t mentioning my fabulous writing partner. Blogging at Yelena Casale’s Blog, she gives motivation, support and encouragement not only to me, but also to many writers in the community. Her blog mixes various elements of her life (including karate), and never fails to promote a positive and uplifting attitude. Our joint project, Blood Bond, is a finalist in the CFRWA’s Touch of Magic competition and seeking representation. Her individual projects are works in progress that I am on pins and needles to see complete.

1 comment :

  1. Thanks so much for such a nice mention. :) And you're the first person ever to link to all three of my blogs, lol. You rock!

    I'll have to check out the others you mentioned!