... Featured for today's #AtoZChallenge - @Janice_Hardy & @SMaryG ...
Over the years I've learned so much, made so many friends, and been uplifted by so many great bloggers! As a result, I'm recognizing some of the best bloggers for this year's A to Z Challenge. These bloggers have shared knowledge, promotions, jokes, guidance, support, and more. Scroll on down to meet the next set of bloggers.
To the BEST BLOGGERS in the world - I say, "Thank you!"
F is for Fiction University and Fly High!
Fiction University is a FANTASTIC blog run by Janice Hardy. The tag line of the blog reads, "Over 1,000 articles to help you take your writing to the next level!" And that is a fact! Janice writes many of the posts herself, but she also features guest posts written by other talented authors. This blog is a HUGE resource to the aspiring writer as well as the experienced writer!
Fly High! is run by Maria Grazia. Her profile reads, "I've been an English teacher for a long time now and a blogger for more than 5 years. I love classic literature, reading, theatre, period drama, art and that is what I usually write about on FLY HIGH!" She features great posts about writing and hosts book tours and author spotlights.
Please take two minutes to stop by these two awesome blogs and thank them for all they contribute to the blogosphere!
I haven't met these bloggers yet. I'll have to make sure I do!ReplyDelete
just visited Flying HIgh! Awesome, I agree. I love period pieces, in book and theatre, so this is a treasure trove! gail @ http://seezooeyrun.wordpress.comReplyDelete
Lovely shout outs! Keep up the great work!ReplyDelete
Janice Hardy runs an amazing site!ReplyDelete
I had not heard of them. I'll have to check them out.ReplyDelete
Liz A. from Laws of Gravity
Thanks for the introductions. They look like great resources.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the shout out, Margo! You know, blogging has drastically changed my life in ways I'd never expected. Good ways. It is just a hobby, but such a gratifying one! Thanks everyone, for your nice comments.ReplyDelete