She Writer Blogger Ball Redux

Welcome to the SheWrites Blogger Ball!

Welcome to the Blogger Ball Redux. This time we’ve invited the gang from the general blogger group as well, for a little get-to-know-you gathering for She Writers of all blogging persuasions. To participate:

1. Add a link to your blog through the linky below, listing the name of your blog in the “name” blank (with parenthetical two-word or less description).

2. Do a welcome post on your own blog. Highlight and copy the bookshelf icon to allow folks to get back to the blog list by clicking on it. (If you just “copy image” it won’t pick up the link; you have to highlight and copy/paste.)

3. Visit at least 8 other blogs on the list – and leave comments!

Please avoid shameless self-promoting: be gentle with the capitalization thing, and comment with an eye toward the posts you are reading rather than the things you might like to promote.

Looking forward to getting to know you all better!

And my intro: I’m the host of the SheWrites Novelist – Struggling or Not group and the Blogging about Books and Writing one, among others, and author of the national bestselling novel The Wednesday Sisters and The Four Ms. Bradwells, which releases in (gulp) a little less than three weeks. I host weekly guest posts here from traditionally-book-published writers, about how they got started, as well as occasional Poetry Tuesdays, quotes on writing, and assorted other posts on writing and publishing.


About Meg Waite Clayton

Meg Waite Clayton is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of four novels, including THE WEDNESDAY SISTERS (a writing group novel) and THE WEDNESDAY DAUGHTERS
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27 Responses to She Writer Blogger Ball Redux

  1. Helen Smith says:

    Thanks for organising this again, Meg. Looking forward to visiting all the blogs on this list – I found plenty of interesting new sites last time.


  2. Meg,

    Glad you’re doing this again since I missed the last one.

    I tried to cut & paste the bookcase image, but I got an error that the image has been removed or moved on Photobucket. Can you help?


  3. Julie says:

    Just done my introductory post, although I have had probs with the linky think to put on my site!

  4. Marcia says:

    Hi Meg,

    I just posted a blog, too. I also had problems with the coding for the link. It showed up as just the word “1st” and then defaulted to “page not found” when I tried to click on it.

  5. me says:

    Ack! ok, let me see what went wrong.


  6. me says:

    Ok, you can just copy and paste the bookshelves – how easy is that?

    If you prefer html, it’s

    1st Books: Stories of How Writers Get Started

  7. me says:

    oops, when I put in the html it just puts the icon/lin up. So just copy/paste the icon.

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  9. Hey, Meg! TKS.
    I couldn’t get it to work and link back to you using the code, so I just jury-rigged my own. I think it’s all set.

    Thank you!

  10. llevinso says:

    Thanks for doing this again. It was super fun last time. I’ll probably visit all the blogs tomorrow or Saturday when I have time.

    And for some reason it wouldn’t let me put down my whole blog name: Sarcastic Female Literary Circle

  11. Hi all, I really enjoyed the last event. Met some great writers, discovered some terrific blogs. Hoping for a repeat performance!

  12. This is my first time here. Glad I found it!

  13. Meg, thank you for stopping by Writing with Debra and your nice comment. Poetry was the first genre I started writing. Both poetry books are filled with 100 life poems. I am glad I joined also. Been making my rounds.

  14. Thanks for organizing another blog hop, Meg. I’m looking forward to posting tomorrow and joining in all the fun!

  15. Meg ~
    If you keep this up, you’re going to end up getting me to write every day…or close to it! Only you… :~)

    P.S. – And don’t ask me why that is, ’cause I don’t really know! lol

  16. Deborah says:

    Last time round I found some really excellent blogs here – many thanks for hosting this again, Meg.

  17. Thanks for setting this up again, Meg. I discovered so many wonderful writers with such insightful blogs last ball. Time to break out my dancing shoes.

  18. Shanyn says:

    Thanks again for doing this Meg…it’s GREAT!

  19. Jennifer says:

    Thanks for doing this Blog Hop. I am new to blogging and to She Writes so this is a great way for me to meet my fellow bloggers and writers. Thanks Again! Have a wonderful day.

  20. me says:

    Thanks to all of you for joining in. Always nice when you’re throwing a party to have folks show up at the door.


  21. MumuGB says:

    Thanks for doing this blog hop!
    Do not hesitate to come and visit my blog – I am new to bloggingand this is a great way to get to know other She Writes bloggers…

  22. Hi meg…thanks again for hosting this. It was my first time to join and I enjoyed it!

  23. Kathy says:


    Thanks for starting this.I have been to your blog before. Nothing is more uplifting on a day when the keyboard can’t produce the right words than to get inspiration from a fellow writer.

  24. Dawn says:

    Yes, thanks for hosting, and for all that you do for She Writes, Meg.

    I just went out and “commented” on 8 blogs as part of the redux, very interesting and informative! And whew, what a workout.

  25. Thanks once again for being our wonderful leader, Meg!

  26. I love that you’ve created a way for many writers to meet and greet, Meg :) Thank you! Tomorrow will mark the second week of my blogging life. It took a while for me to gather the courage to step out with my real name in an effort to show the world some of my writing. So far, I’ve had a completely terrific time!

    For now, I’m off to explore all these newly discovered writers!

  27. Denise says:

    It looks like I found this a little too late, but just wanted to say what a great idea it was.


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