Okay, I am re-compiling my blogroll since the move to WordPress. Are you one of my SHU peeps? One of my LI peeps? A writer I’ve met? An editor or agent? Someone who has an awesome writing-related website? If you’re interested in being on my blogroll, leave a comment on this post with your link, how you’d like the link presented (your name, your book’s name, your publishing house if you’re an editor, etc) and what category(ies) your site might fall into (writer, editor, agent, writing tips, education, contests, markets, etc). Alternately, you can poke me via my Contact Page and give me the same information privately, if you’d prefer. Two links, max, per person unless there’s a compelling reason for more.

A reciprocal link would be lovely, too. I enjoy link love! :D

Please note: non-writing-related links will not be allowed and spam comments will be printed and summarily burned in a ritual in which I implore the Flying Spaghetti Monster to shrivel up your tongue (and possibly other body parts) and cause it to fall from your mouth (or other bits). Just fair warning.

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1   Cheryl Grey    http://the1940mysterywriter.wordpress.com/
March 18th, 2011 at 12:54 am

Although it’s tempting to challenge the Flying Spaghetti Monster to a duel, let’s try the link thing instead. Mysteries and Histories covers (what else?) the history of forensics and crime, as well as book reviews and epublishing, good and bad. We’ll also be covering my first novel, Deal with the Devil, as it advances from historical mystery manuscript to published ebook with Astraea Press, the first half being released in late April and the second in June (dates tentative).

Thanks for the opportunity,

J. Gunnar Grey

2   Anne Davis    http://seattlebrides.blogspot.com/
March 18th, 2011 at 1:13 am

I write Christian romance although I might do other genres. very small genre it seems and having trouble finding publishers and agent. thanks for any help you could give! My site is a blog of first book in series.

3   Jessica Freely    http://friskbiskit.com
March 18th, 2011 at 12:13 pm

Hey hon, thanks for this. My website is http://friskbiskit.com. Please list it under my name, Jessica Freely. I is an author, as u know. ;)

4   Heidi Ruby Miller    http://heidirubymiller.blogspot.com
May 18th, 2011 at 3:40 pm

Hi Venessa!

Great interview with Kelley Harmon.

Here’s my website:

Heidi Ruby Miller, writer – http:/heidirubymiller.blogspot.com

I already have your listed under Seton Hill Writers in my links.

Thanks,
Heidi

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