I'm posting this so I can follow fellow writing moms. This will make it easier for me to add and keep up with your posts. I haven't updated my blog yet but should have it complete by tomorrow. Please leave your link.

Thanks - Tomica

I have updated my website addresses. 


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Tomica, my links are as follows:

Margot Finke's World of Books for Children
Help for Writers - Manuscript Critiques - Books
http://www.margotfinke.com

Margot's Magic Carpet
All my books on one page.
http://perfectmagiccarpet.blogspot.copm/

Taconi and Claude's Big 2011 Adventure -
WIN a mid-grade adventure for BOYS
http://taconiclaude.blogspot.com/

 

Looking forward to reading your Blog

Jamie, it might be a good idea for those interested in trading critiques to form small private groups among themselves.  My critique group has worked well this way for over 10 years.  We e-mail each other and work privately.

 

Books for Kids - Manuscript Critiques.

http://www.margotfinke.com


Wokintime said:

Hi everyone,

 

I would love to trade a critique with someone - I need some feedback other than my husband!  I write about life and food.  If anyone is interested, please check out my writing here http://www.wokintime.com or email me at jamie@wokintime.com.

 

Thanks!  Looking forward to reading your work.

 

Jamie

http://www.wokintime.com

Thanks Margot.  Will do.

Hey Ladies,

Im looking for other moms to connect with online. I have a blog Saved By Love that Id love feedback on. What topics inspire you as a mom, a woman? 

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