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? Now is your chance to show your appreciation and spotlight them! List one to three bloggers you really miss and one to three bloggers you would miss if they stopped blogging. Then go leave a comment on those blogs.
This is an interesting blogfest for me to do since I've been absent off and on for a while, but I know I've missed some bloggers a lot! I had a hard time beginning my blog, not being able to figure out if what I wrote would be unique, or interesting, and seeing other bloggers out there writing what they wanted inspired me to keep on going.
List one blogger I really miss:
K.V. Briar: TO THINK IN INK:
I've followed K.V. for a while, and she was one of the first blogger buddies I had. K.V. has been on a blogging hiatus for a little while. She also got pretty far in Amazon's Breakthrough Novel Award Contest. She writers book reviews and awesome tips on writing.
Here is Part 1 of a blog on names:http://kvbriar.blogspot.com/2011/04/whats-in-name-part-one.html
Here is Part 2 of a blog on names:http://kvbriar.blogspot.com/2011/04/whats-in-name-part-two-my-process.html
These were just a couple I really liked. Check out K.V.'s blog! :)
The next two, I'd really hate to see leave the blogsphere. They're both super busy writers.
You know what's awesome about these two? They're like a dynamic friend force. I followed them one day while I was blogging at school and they immediately followed me back AND commented on my blogs. They made me feel like I was a cool blogger. And they were SO kind and SO sweet! I wasn't surprised to see what a splash both Cherie and Anita had made in the blogsphere because they are truly awesome people and writers.
You know what else is awesome not just about these bloggers, but everyone? Watching everyone achieve their dreams. I've noticed that writers I began blogging with over a year ago have agents now and on their way to being published. Isn't that awesome? So inspiring!