The Sunday #writecampaign Post — On Tuesday?

        So, you’re probably asking yourself why I’m doing the Sunday #writecampaign Post on a Tuesday, and with no warning. Well, it’s because I have sucky internet people. Over the last few days my internet has worked a total of about 5 minutes every few hours. Our phone has been on the fritz too, but not as badly as the internet. Which is strange because we have internet phone…


Anyways, after a battle with the company, our internet is back on and I’m ready to get this going! Last week we looked at groups 43-49. We are nearing the end of the campaign and the end of the groups, so the next couple of weeks I’m going to be switching it up from the usual seven. This week, we will look at groups 50-54.


First, east.bay.writer brings up a stereotypical librarian and a red stamp.

Bridget Straub challenges you to decide if her story is fact or fiction.

Thanks to Megan, we now have a Werewolf Survival Guide!

Have a theory about brain shrinkage? Discuss it with the Chipper Muse!

Diane has done a series of interviews looking for insight into young readers minds’.

Myne Whitman talks about Trolls. You know the type; warty, hairless, and like using (word) clubs.

Jolene Stockman reminds us to be SUPER!

Kimberly Zook takes motherhood on an adventure with Seven Rules of Success using Steve Jobs as inspiration.

Speaking of motherhood, stop by and wish Junebug good luck and congratulations!!

Sandwiched Writer talks about how she won’t discuss motherhood.


That’s it for today! The 23rd will be the last with the final five groups! After that, I will do a highlight of my group as a final farewell to Rachel Harries Writers Platform-Building Campaign. 



About Katie Doyle

Katie Doyle is an avid reader, writer of NA and Adult fiction, a mom to two tornadoes that resemble an eight and six year old, and pet to a tuxedo cat named Oz and a German Shepherd/Boxer rescue named Charlie. If she's not reading, writing, or getting Oz out of a tree, she's screaming at characters on TV and trying not to curse around her kids.
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One Response to The Sunday #writecampaign Post — On Tuesday?

  1. You've done really well to highlight all these blogs!Glad your internet is sorted now 🙂

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