More great reading

Some good reads on other blogs…  Check them out!

Check out one of Graham’s writing inspirations.  I was a huge fan of Star Trek: The Next Generation, but never really stopped to think about the genesis of the original show.  Thanks for writing about it, Graham!

The Chipper Muse interviews the founders of Story Dam – a resource I’m interested in checking out because I seriously need more feedback on my writing and interaction with other writers.

Millie Ho shares a short piece that is food for writers’ thoughts.  Perhaps we should all live a bit more dangerously.

There must have been a zillion Thanksgiving Day posts, but this is the one I enjoyed most.

This post that I found trolling the ‘Random’ tag on WordPress is brilliant in its randomness, and makes me glad I never separate my toothbrush from my toothpaste.

10 thoughts on “More great reading

    • Hey Graham,

      I really love your posts – expect to be shared again. 🙂 In fact, in my last list, I had to pull a link out to something else you wrote and save it for another ‘Great Reading’ post. You’re a great writer, and I hope more people find your writing!

  1. Hey there! Thank you for mentioning Story Dam here. I appreciate it!

    And you are, of course, welcome to participate at any time. There is a lot going on over there, but you can really jump in at any time. If you have any questions whatsoever, Brandi and I are an email away. See our contact page for the emails.

    Hope to see you soon!

  2. Thanks for giving my blog a shout-out! Feel free to stop by the blog and join in this week’s contest — writing a purposely “bad” simile or comparison. And if you’re on Twitter, let me know, and I’ll follow you there. That’s the best way to reach me. I’m @chippermuse.

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