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Before I left for my little trip, I found some good blogs. The first one I want to share is more of a hints and tips site for writers. It’s called The Writing Journey, and is authored by Bob. He writes about his experiences in writing on the Internet, and has some very good and useful tips to help blogger's. In one of his recent posts, Beating Internet Writers Block, he suggests getting off the computer and out of the house or office. Good ideas to help break the monotony of sitting in front of your computer, racking your brain for ideas. I know, I very seldom get any of my inspiration from sitting at the computer. He also suggests just getting up and moving around if for no other reason than good health, a little exercise never hurt anyone.
This week seems to be more of a theme of writers help blogs, and so Incurable Disease of Writing is next up. The author describes it simply as a Writers Journey. One of the things I like about it is they review or share a chapter of a new book each month. they call it The First Blog Tour, and it happens on the first of each month. They sometimes throw in a Wild Card, which is similar, and shares another blog or book. They also have interesting posts such as A Writers Self-Image.
Next up we have Confident Writing. Joanna Young, is a writing coach who shares her knowledge in this blog. You will find posts like How To Write About Hot Issues, or Writing With Respect. She has down to earth tips for the writer.
I’m going to start including more Mil Blogs, for reasons of my own selfish nature. Sgt Hook – This We’ll Defend is a Mil Blog from Iraq. Sgt Hook talks about his missions and what is going on. I find it interesting that he says
“Today the streets of Baghdad are not recognizable if compared to just eighteen months ago.”Hook said he recently went on a supporting mission for Iraqi Security Forces, where the greatest enemy they faced was the 120 degree heat. I simply hope it continues along those lines, and they can all come home soon.
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