Open Book Blog Hop – January 27th   1 comment

Some good resources for writers here.

Stevie Turner

This week the topic is:

‘What are your favourite writing-related blogs?’

I’ll list mine below:

Chris, the Story Reading Ape shares lots of resources for Indie writers:

Nicholas C. Rossis is another author/blogger willing to share useful tips:

Sally Cronin is a good supporter of Indie authors:

Writer Beware is another good one for info regarding scams:

Esme showcases authors on her blog:

Blog Battle gives a word every month to write a story around:

You can share your favourite reviews on Marcia Meara’s blog on Tuesdays:

Bloggers can add their posts to get more views here on Wednesdays – Fridays:

Let’s see what other writing-related blogs there are, by clicking on the blue button below.  You can add your own blog or just leave a comment:


1. Link your blog to this hop.
2. Notify your following that you are…

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Posted January 27, 2020 by aurorawatcherak in Uncategorized

One response to “Open Book Blog Hop – January 27th

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  1. Thanks Lela.

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