Today I would like to continue celebrating National Writing Day by sharing with you some wonderful writers that it has been my pleasure to meet through writing my blog.
D. Wallace Peach (Dianne) specializes in writing fantasy that will transport you to a different time and place. Her blog site is Myths of the Mirror and she can be found at http://www.mythofthemirror.com.
Brigid P. Gallagher is a holistic practitioner who writes about “life lessons in being slow” and soon will publish a book filled with these lessons. She can be found at Watching the Daisies, http://www.watchingthedaisies.com.
Osyth takes beautiful photographs and spins interesting yarns. She can be found at Half Baked in Paradise, http://www.osyth.org.
Judy Dykstra-Brown writes a blog titled Life Lesson and she can be found at http://www.judydystrabrown.com. You are sure to enjoy her gorgeous photography and her funny and quick witted poetry.
Lyn from Lynz Real Cooking, http://www.lynzrealcooking.com, writes about recipes and her life in Saudi Arabia. She is currently working on a memoir about her life in Saudi Arabia. Her photographs of the Palouse are not to be missed.
Stevie Turner, Indie Author, http://www.steviet3.wordpress.com, has written several books that deal with the dark sides of relations but with a delightful twist of humor.
Jacqueline Obyikocha can be found at A Cooking Pot and Twisted Tales,http://www.acookingpotandtwistedtales.com, where she rights with humor and sincerity about the human condition.
If you want to laugh out loud read anything written by Linda Swain Bethea at Nuts Rok, http://www.nutsrok.wordpress.com.
Diane at Ladies Who Lunch Reviews, http://www.ladieswholunchreviews.wordpress.com, writes with a great deal of heart and humor on a variety of topics.
Jo at Joanneeddy’s Blog, http://www.joanneeddy.com, takes everyday issues and examines them with heart and with insight.
Ellen at Ellen Best, http://www.ellenbest24.wordpress.com, writes with sparkle and originality when she isn’t working on her book.
Annika Perry is in the process of editing her book and still finds the time to write very insightful book reviews and as well as marvelous creative blog post. She can be found at Annika Perry’s Writing Blog, http://www.annikaperry.wordpress.com.
Bridget at the NonSmoking Ladybug, http://www.nonsmokingladybug.wordpress.com, writes about many different thing but one subject that is very contemporary right now is her experience in the United States as an immigrant.
Linda at the Spiritual Dragonfly, http://www.spiritualdragonfly.com, writes very heartfelt and meaningful posts about rebuilding her life after abuse. She post gorgeous photos taken during her morning walks. I am sad to report that Linda lost her husband last Friday. Linda, I am sending you love.
Maria Holm writes at Health From One Heart to Another, http://www.mariahome51.com. Maria has a very varied blog. She writes on topics concerning nursing care for children as well as historical stories about Denmark accompanied by superb photographs.
My friend Diane Dahli writes at Still the Lucky Few, http://www.stilltheluckyfew.com. Diane writes about issues dealing with aging and agism. She is writing and posting a flawlessly written piece of fiction about a young woman coming of age in Canada.
Tara Smith, when she is not busy teaching, writes beautiful thoughtful posts about her life as a teacher and her summer home in New York. She can be found at A Teaching Life, http://www.ateachinglifedotcom.wordpress,com.
Lee teaches PD with the Missouri Reading Initiative and writes straight from her heart about the everyday and accompanies her post with brilliant photography. She can be found at Elsie Tries Writing, http://www.lcinmo.wordpress.com
These women writers have been with me since the first days of my blog and have offered constant encouragement. There are very, very many superbly talented women writers that I have discovered since I started blogging. Unfortunately, I have run out of time to name and acknowledge you all. Please feel free to introduce yourselves and your blogs and maybe acknowledge your favorite women writers and their web address in the comments section.
Thanks for stopping by,