Thursday, May 28, 2015
SJWG Member Roundup for May 2015
Jessica A. Walsh and Glenn Walker
There is so much talent in the South Jersey Writers Group, and as we've mentioned in the past, so many bloggers. And many of these bloggers produce content on a fairly frequent basis, so we thought it would be a cool idea to highlight some of each month's more intriguing and interesting blog posts and present them here.
Please give a click and a read, and we hope you will like the samples enough to become regular readers. Check them out!
Jennifer M. Eaton wraps up her wonderful series Lessons from a Manuscript Red Line, so much to learn here!
MK England's great two-part feature on the pros and cons of fan fiction can be found here and here.
Ron Geraci compares cooking to writing here.
Marie Gilbert took a look at church, trains, the film Ex Machina, and also found time to interview Snake Blocker.
Barb Godshalk ponders motherhood in her special Mother's Day post here.
Amy Holiday of Hypothetical Press reviewed the Young Adult books Vagabonding, Still Just Grace, Fangirl, and No Passengers Beyond This Point at her blog here.
Victoria M. Lees talks about revision over at her excellent Adventures in Writing blog, and you can read that post here.
Rosanna Martella talks about Our Macrobiome on her blog right here.
Patti O'Brien rails against traffic and traffic radio in this post.
Robin Renee remembers B.B. King by reminiscing about interviewing him in 2004 in A Few Words with B.B. King.
Randy Ribay shares a personal story about a recent tragedy in Nobody Taught me to Mourn.
Kevin Stephany had a busy month reviewing several books and plays performed in the South Jersey area, including Bonnie and Clyde: A New Musical at Burlington County Footlighters.
Loretta Sisco uncovers the truth of James Franco and Jonah Hill in True Story for Biff Bam Pop in this post.
Vince Sparks writes about ageism in this post.
Rich Voza shares Chapter 16 of Dreamlands.
Glenn Walker continues reviewing "Marvel's Daredevil" on Netflix here.
Jessica A. Walsh holds the first-ever Cracking Nut Contest. Enter by June 1 for a chance to win one of two prizes.
Janice Wilson shares a song that soothes her and reflects on personal motivation and missions in Mission (almost) Complete.
Mieke Zamora-Mackay shares exciting news of her new venture teaching private knitting classes in Handmade Love & Joy.
We hope you liked this month's selections from SJWG member blogs, and will not only read more at their respective sites, but also come back here next month for more. Don't forget to Like the South Jersey Writers at Facebook, Follow us at Twitter, and check us out on Pinterest. Thank you!