I’m not sure how you feel about linking to other blogs, but I have a feeling that my regular readers agree with me when I say it is great to link. For starters, you will pass on link love for the other blogger and send some traffic their way. You will also often help a person to be noticed by other bloggers, especially if they are relatively new. Last of all, linking out is fun.
It’s time for another link post and I wanted to start off by saying thank you to Barbara Swafford. Barbara is a gentle soul who has managed to create a wonderful blog, designed to help bloggers all around the world. Her community is strong and her advice sound.
Barbara’s post Are You A Site For Sore Eyes not only reminds me of that great song by MPeople back in the 90s, but also about my own blog and that I still haven’t done my remodelling, even though I have the design and banner ready. One of these days I am finally going to do it.
The next link goes to a VERY strong woman who not only has enough guts and spirit for all of us, but Rita is simply a shining beacon in the blogosphere. If you really want to understand why Rita is so powerful, you ought to read her post I Was A Mail order Bride: Part 1 – I Have RSD.
She is one heck of a power horse and the next time you complain about a headache think how Rita had to cope (and still is coping) with years of excessive pain.
Steph is still tweaking her Edit Quest launch and I’m sure it will be worth the wait in the end. Meanwhile she writes on her post Friday Focus why she has stopped reading and commenting on other blogs.
Her account of her current life made me smile, because I can identify with the total absorption by her into what she is currently doing.
Davina asks Are You Afraid Of the Dark? Good question and I’d have to say sometimes I am. Usually right after I watch a thriller that involves psycho killers. But Davina’s post isn’t about the obvious. There is much more behind her words and she crafted this post so well, I have to say it is a winner.
George has only started blogging a little while ago, but he has already written some really good posts for freelance writers and wanna be’s. His latest post How To Break The Idea Barrier lists some unusual ways to get inspired the next time you struggle to write a post.
You will be in very capable hands with all these fine bloggers and I leave you to it.