You are such a valuable member of this blog. Your feedback, participation – even when you’re lurking – creates a vibrant life and energy here that inspires creativity. Your gift of self is precious and I value your comments, links, and friendship.
I want to do my part to express my sincere gratitude. This blog would be nothing without you. This month I’m going to share your links with others, stumble some pages and sites, leave a few reviews and additional comments, and give back what I can to show you how much you mean to me and the success of The Writer’s Round-About.
Thank You For Your Comments!
Michele Tune: Michele continues to be a loyal and supportive friend while weâ€™re Writing The Cyber Highway. I cherish your feedback and your avid participation in this blog, Michele. This community would not be the same without you.
Melissa Donovan: Melissa is a fantastically talented write who provides a valuable resource at Writing Forward. I donâ€™t know how you find the time Melissa but I am truly grateful for your support of WRA.
LaskiGal: It has been great to see so many fantastic comments from you in January LaskiGal. Iâ€™m looking forward to getting to know you better and exploring more of your blog.
Jeanne Dininni: You always offer insightful comments, Jeanne. I keep an eye out for your comments because they are always interesting and thought provoking. Iâ€™ll look forward to reading more of your Writing Notes and your comments here on WRA in February.
Sharon Hurley Hall: Sharon, youâ€™re an inspiration and I love the helpful tips on Get Paid to Write Online. You seem so full of energy and a burning desire to help others. Thank you for sharing so much of yourself.
Grandy: Thank you so much for your lovely, encouraging comments, Grandy, and THANK YOU for the ROAR award! I truly appreciate your support and I am so glad youâ€™ve enjoyed reading my blog.
Barbara Swafford: Iâ€™ve loved meeting you in January, Barbara. We really do seem like kindred spirits and I hope we will develop a growing and lasting friendship. Your inspiration and creativity encourage me and sparkle like stars in the heavens.
Rebecca Taunton: I love having you visit my blog, Rebecca. Perhaps itâ€™s ego because I like seeing my own name but mostly itâ€™s because you offer wonderful, thought-filled comments. Thank you so much!
Lisa Gates: Lisa, Iâ€™m still charged from the teleclass we shared weeks ago and Iâ€™m saving my pennies and dimes for another session with you. I love your visits and have your blog in my RSS feed. I donâ€™t keep up with posts as often as Iâ€™d like but I always love the time I spend reading your latest wisdom.
Plaid Earthworm: Youâ€™re such a special person, warm and giving. Thank you so much for the role youâ€™ve played in the life of WRA in January. Iâ€™d love to share more of your writing journey with you.
Laurie Ashton: Thank you for entering the contest this month, Laurie. I love your informative entry and I wish you the best of luck as the voting continues.
Catherine Lawson: It was lovely to meet you, Catherine. Iâ€™m so glad you enjoyed your visit to The Writerâ€™s Round-About. I was inspired by your thoughts and comments.
James Chartrand: I loved your thoughts on procrastination, James! You always have interesting ideas and a creative way to look at problems and ideas. I also love the easy going humor in your blog entries. Youâ€™re actually one of my secret idols. I love the way you write and I try to learn what I can from you as I read your fantastic blog.
Beth: I loved your continuation of the Procrastination Busters [meme]. Iâ€™m sure all writers procrastinate from time to time so all these remarkable, ground-breaking tips are full of wisdom we can all put to wonderous use.
KÃ¥re Enga: I loved seeing you here in January, Cory! Iâ€™m sorry I donâ€™t spend more time at WDC these days but Iâ€™ve always found your blog there a joy to read. You continue to create and inspire. Youâ€™re a guiding light for poetry, and for life. Thank you!
Nez: Thanks for your thought-filled comments, Nez! Itâ€™s interesting how we can read for pleasure but still learn something valuable from books we choose for entertainment value.
mikster: Thank you for the EntreCard welcome, mikster! EntreCard is an interesting creation and Iâ€™m enjoying the game-type element. Itâ€™s wonderful to see so many new faces from there as well.
Hope Wilbanks: Iâ€™m glad you loved the Procrastination Busters!
Nita Beshear: It was great to see you again in January, Nita!
Barrie Summy: My pleasure for the Stumble, Barrie. Youâ€™ve got some great content on your blog!
Opal Tribble: Thanks for your feedback, Opal.
Suzanne Lieurance: Iâ€™m so glad you made the discovery of WRA and Iâ€™m glad you enjoyed what youâ€™ve read here. The contest seems to be doing very well and Iâ€™m excited and looking forward to the results. I hope you voted!
Fiona Veitch Smith: Iâ€™d love to see more of you Fiona! Your blog is fantastic and Iâ€™m a regular reader thanks to my RSS feed. Thank you for stopping by The Writerâ€™s Round-About in January.
Naomi Dunford: I hope youâ€™ve been having a great year, Naomi. Thanks so much for your comment.
Elrena Evans: Iâ€™ve missed you this month, Elrena but I know youâ€™re having wonderful success over at your own blog. Your visit in January was lovely, thank you for stopping by.
Heather Strang: Thank you so much for your fantastic comment, Heather. It is amazing what a coach can bring out of a writer, especially in the early stages of a freelance career. We all begin with various strengths and weaknesses that can empower our success or bring about our downfall. Iâ€™m glad your writing coach lifted you into the heights.
Deborah Wilson: Thank you so much for your informative comment! I love the idea of continued education so your thoughts encouraged my fight for further studies. You always have such wonderful insights and I truly love your visits.
Thank You For Your Link!
Jenny Greenleaf – Working Writer
Perigrinas: Adventures in Speculative Fiction
Get Paid To Write Online
JCME Freelance Writing
Anything That Pays… A Freelance Writer’s Blog
Blogging Without A Blog
Squiggle~ the writing world of Plaid Earthworm
Hope Writes – Tips for Writers
How To Rule The World
From The Cheap Seats
Tennassee Text Wrestling
Aaron Crocco: Copious Notes
The Blog of Rudy Amid
A Thoughtful Life
Spittin’ (out words) Like a Llama
The Writer’s Block
Linda Gerber . Com
Terry Bain | BainBooks.com
My Tiny Kingdom
Writing Without The Reins
Jonathan Maberry’s Big Scary Blog
Penguin Group (USA)
Are You Sure This Is *MY* Life?
In Her Own Write
LitPark >> Where Writers Come To Play
The Wicked Flower Girl Things Out Loud
Mary’s Writing Nook
A Final Thank You
You have offered such inspiration and hope to The Writer’s Round-About and I cherish you dearly. I am looking forward to continuing this writing journey with you into February and beyond. Please don’t be afraid to comment. I love to hear your thoughts, your opinions, and your own experiences. Ask questions and share your own ideas. You are free to express yourself here in an environment that encourages your thoughts and creativity.