#MondayBlogs Round Up (23 February 2015)

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Yes, it’s been a while since I participated in #MondayBlogs. I was ill, or I didn’t have much to say. I did this week, so I participated fully. A great mix of blogs this Monday, so I hope people got to reading them. I especially hope people commented them.

If you want to learn all about MondayBlogs, then please read this informative web article:

“What Is #MondayBlogs and Why Should Bloggers Participate?”

Let’s Start Reading!


“10 Questions About Blog Hashtag Days on Twitter”

by Paula Reed Nancarrow () for


A story and a sweet recipe!

“Cookery Rhymes: Duckle Duckle Daisy”

by Eric Johnson () for



“Dealing with the Dark Night of the Soul”

by Samuel Morningstar () for


Is It Personalization or Devaluing Your Property?

“Bumper Stuck”

by Wright Tyler () for




“How to Avoid Awful Committee Writing: Go Back to the Beginning”

by Scott Bury () for


A Wedding, Romance Writing, and Happily Ever Afters

“Happily Ever After”

by Jennifer Senhaji () for



“The Fairy Frolic at the Cromlech. An 1880 Account.”

by Dee Dee Chainey () for


Witchy house for CryptidSeries
Spooky Paranormal Investigation

“Room at the Inn”

by C L Raven () for



“Book Review: ‘Pretty Little Things’ by Teresa Mummert”

by LaChouett () for


Tips to Avoid Reader Confusion

“Do You Make These Mistakes When Naming Characters?”

by Donna Cook () for



“50 Shades of Libertarian”

by Carol Hedges () for


Short, Sweet, Simple Advice.

“How to Come Up With Blog Post Ideas”

by Briana Morgan () for


“Q&A with Julia Gibbs: Your Proofreading Questions Answered!”

by Terri Giuliano Long () for


Compassion Starts with Yourself

“Learning to Put Myself First”

by Christy Barongan () for



“Mixed Messages: How Corporate Writers Can Kill Their Darlings”

by Drew Chial () for


and finally:


Interview with the Author

“So, What Do You Want to Know? (Part One)”

by me on Altered States for



Thanks to all who participated in #MondayBlogs!

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