#MondayBlogs Round Up (09 March 2015)


Sorry this #MondayBlogs round up is a little late; I’m feeling under the weather. I’m sure it’s just a run-of-the-mill winter whatever. No big deal, but things get delivered late sometimes.

Participating in #MondayBlogs is a great way to get a snapshot not only of what happens to all of us but what happens to each of us. Personal journeys and public discussions abound; great thoughts and insights and advice sit behind an unassuming little hash mark.

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

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


“Use Your Embarrassment”

by Drew Chial () for


“Daylight Saving Time is Bad for You”

by S. Evan Townsend () for


“Are Writers Pack Rats By Nature?”

by Victoria M. Johnson () for


“I Thought My Bully Was My Friend”

by Sarah Fader () and HastyWords () for


“Why Do Writers Keep Making Smart Women Dumb?”

by Lev Raphael () for


“Use Your Writing to Climb the Corporate Ladder”

by Greg Mischio () for


“From One Anxiety-ridden Soul to Another: What Helps, What Doesn’t”

by Beth Caplin () for


“The 9 Coolest Women Who Weren’t in Your History Textbooks”

by Samantha Clarke () for


“How Your Wasted Time is Like An Overpriced Latte From A Designer Coffeeshop”

by for



by Kay-Anne Sheen () for


“The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: How Bloggers Use Twitter Hashtag Days”

by for


“In Defense of Fluff”

by Mary Chris Escobar () for


“The Phantom Menace: Don’t Start with Background”

by Scott Bury () for



and my own:

“Ebook Reader and Paperback Writer: The Indie Author Life”

by Jess Alter () for

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