Tuesday, October 13, 2015
SJWG Member Roundup for September 2015
Jessica A. Walsh, Mieke Zamora-Mackay, 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!
Kristin Battestella reviews some interesting Spooky, Suspenseful, Short-Lived Shows.
Dawn Byrne shares a lovely memory of Grandma in Brown Vinyl and Gray Drawers.
Joanne Costantino honors a lovely lady named Kathy.
Fire in the Woods by Jennifer M. Eaton is up for an award!
MK England's got some pretty cool printables for NaNoWriMo.
Jord Fox is letting go and redirecting his efforts to something better.
Steampunk Granny Marie Gilbert reminds us that when we jump off ledges, we give ourselves a chance to soar.
Barb Godshalk welcomes September… Well, sort of…
Sarah Hawkins-Miduski presents an 'apples to apples' comparison of attractions at Disneyland vs. Disney World. Which on reigns supreme?
New member, Jessica Hunter, shares 6 Exercises To Find your Character’s Voice.
Victoria M. Lees shared her ideas for the beginning of her memoir and asked her readers for some opinions regarding at what point in her life to drop the reader. Beginnings are tough.
K.A. Magrowski reviewed At Day’s Close: Night in Times Past over at her “sort of blog” Literary Debauchery.
New member Peter N. Milligan, author of Bulls Before Breakfast, shared his interview with NPR about his book.
Robin Renee wrote about her recent travels, traveling companion and how she navigates polyamory. Also check out the post for some upcoming tour dates.
Randy Ribay debuted his first novel, An Infinite Number of Parallel Universes. Check out the book trailer, then be sure to pick it up.
Kevin Stephany memorialized Nobel Prize winning author William Golding.
Loretta Sisco toured the memorabilia of monsters and serial killers here and here.
Shelley Szajner published a short story in one of the latest Chicken Soup for the Soul anthologies. You can buy Dreams and Premonitions here.
Rich Voza posted two more chapters of his work in progress, Dreamlands, here and here.
With the new TV season in full swing, Glenn Walker has picked up reviewing "The Flash," "Doctor Who," "Arrow," and "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D."
Jessica A. Walsh continued to uplift us all with her blog, The Cracking Nut, teaching us the language of love and support, and reminding us that meeting our goals is possible and attainable
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!