A Post Hop

Budding artist/writer

Now that the October Memoir Challenge is done, I thought it might be a good time to give you a tour of various kinds of posts at The Writerly Life. If you started following the blog during the challenge, you may be surprised to find out there’s more here than memoir–posts about writing, reading, photography, even the cat . . .

Thanks to Kenya G. Johnson for passing along this archive hop idea (via TALU (Tuesday Archive Linkup).

1) Here’s a two-parter for writers: Read It and Weep (Not), a piece about how to respond to criticism (as reader), and Read It and Weep (Not), Part 2: The Writer’s Role.

2) Wordle 65: A Little Fiction. I love the Wordles from The Sunday Whirl. Sometimes the words want to be poems, sometimes a story. This one is a piece of flash fiction.

3) So Many Streets, So Many Connections. A piece about friendships of all kinds, from memory to cyberspace.

4) The Letter That Crisscrossed the World. A bit of family history that lends itself to story.

5) And finally, from the Memoir Challenge: Age Seventeen: On the Cusp. Quite an important age, seventeen . . .

Enjoy the sampler and give me your thoughts. Suggest a topic you might like to see!

3 thoughts on “A Post Hop

  1. This is a great idea for introducing people to all the different kinds of posts you have to offer. I could even see you linking to this on your Home or About page. It’s a great resource!

    1. Your idea to link it is great, Emily! I hadn’t thought about that. I do think I’ll run a post like this now and then, featuring different pieces.

      Thanks! Gerry

      On Thu, Nov 8, 2012 at 10:26 AM, Gerry Wils

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