Finding Writing Treasures

I know what you’re thinking.

You see treasure…

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and your beady, little eyes light up. But I’m afraid I’m mean this kind of treasure.

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Still, I hope your beady, little eyes light up. Because I’ve just added my favorite writing Β links on the interwebs to my website. You know, those not-so-secret spots where I hook amazing information, super tips and advice, and just plain good writing and fun.

Honestly, I’ve had this task on my To Do list for a while. I wanted all my links in an easy-to-get-to place here so that I could…well, get to them easily.

See, despite my best organizational efforts, sites often drop off my radar. I sign up for them, and they arrive in my email, and then poof! They quit arriving in my email. I have no idea why. And because I’m ever so much older now, I tend to forget all about the amazing sites. Out of site, out of mind, I guess. (I know. I”m sorry for that pun. I don’t seem to forget those, do I?) So I carry on, blissfully unaware, until someone makes a comment somewhere and I think, “Hey. Didn’t I used to get those posts delivered to me in a timely manner?”

Now, I have all my writing treasures right here! And as an added bonus, when readers visit, they can find my writing treasures, too. If you’d like to share your favorite writing treasure, I’ll add it to the chest. Even if it’s your own lovely site. Because the more writing treasures I find, the better writer I become. Which leads me to grander, richer thinking.

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18 thoughts on “Finding Writing Treasures

    • Susanna, you are one of the sites that dropped off my radar! I had a bit of a discussion with WordPress as to why certain lovely people (and their sites) suddenly dropped me. They had no answer (though they were awfully nice about the whole thing). Anyway, when I made my list, I fixed that particular problem. πŸ™‚

      And I’ll look into The Picture Book Den. (Get it? Look into it–’cause it’s like a room? Um…yeah, I really have to stop with the puns…) πŸ™‚

  1. I guess when I have time (soon) I’ll stop again at your fishin’ hole, drop my pole into the depths and see what kind of treasures I can hook.

    As always, Cathy, thanks for sharing the wealth.

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