Author Blog Challenge – Writing Prompt #11
Sending out a BIG high-five to Author Blog Challenge participant Lisa Cherry, who won a big award – maybe 2 days ago, now, what with this time difference and everything. Send your congrats to the lady for taking home the Women Inspiring Women National Awards prize in the Author category!
Congrats, also, to Heather Topham Wood for her Inspiring Blog and Reader Appreciation awards!
Nice mention of how busy the Author Blog Challenge is keeping her these days!
On a side (and perhaps goofy and self-aggrandizing) note, it’s kind of neat to see the ABC logo appearing across the web on all of your blogs, so thanks for sharing the love!
Check out our Day 8 Recap if you’d like to see excerpts from a few of yesterday’s various posts.
If you’d like to see ALL the writing prompts that have been released to date, please visit the PROMPTS page.
ON TO THE FUN STUFF…
The WINNER for yesterday’s giveaway is Caro Ayre. You’ve won a chapter from Dorothy Ruppert‘s book, God Placed Her in My Path – Lessons Learned from the Furnace of Bipolar Disorder. This is the story of my experiences in raising a child with bipolar disorder. Dorothy is donating the chapter titled “Over-vigilance.”
Thanks to Circe Denyer for today’s donation, When There Are Two! This is a digital copy of an original poem set against an original photograph. This is a love poem using a leaf that occurs in nature to depict the oneness of two people in love.
Onward we go with the 11th writing prompt of the challenge…
Writing Prompt #10:
Have you participated in a critique groups? If so, how did it work out for you? If not, why have you avoided them to this point?
Writing Prompt #9:
If your book is fiction, how could you change it to make it a nonfiction book? If your book is nonfiction, what could you do to turn it into a story? Hollywood has done it (What to expect When You’re Expecting; He’s Just Not That Into You), so how could you do the same thing?
Let the blogging continue!
Laura & Marcie
The Author Blog Challenge is hosted by Laura Orsini and her alter ego, Marcie Brock, of the Marcie Brock – Book Marketing Maven blog. Please visit Marcie’s blog for loads of great info about low- to no-cost methods of marketing for self-publishing authors.
God Placed Her in My Path – Lessons Learned from the Furnace of Bipolar Disorder. This is the story of my experiences in raising a child with bipolar disorder. Dorothy is donating the chapter titled “Over-vigilance.”