I give you links! come join me in some fascinating discoveries!
The Red head writer has graciously given us away to make buttons if you do not know how. She gives out some great step by step instructions and helpful ideas on how to make your own badges. If you would like to see more on this CLICK HERE and take a look at the rest of her sections, she helps with a great amount of blogging things!
Emma Michaels has a wonderful post on characters that I have every intention of taking advantage of because I'm really bad with my characters LOL Click here
If you are a dog lover and wish to help out at Liz Writes, then take a look at her special post on ways to help CLICK HERE
Glimmer Trains "Standard story submission" opens up the first of October for short stories. Its free to sign up and its free to submit...go check them out if you haven't already CLICK HERE
Mary at "How to plan, write and develop" has a great post on images with a writing exercise. CLICK HERE
If you haven't read this already or some version of it, please do take look at this post about speaking out. I myself have found myself in similar situations, and I would rather my children know it exists then pretend they live in a world where bad things never happen. CLICK HERE
Don't forget tomorrow is the FEAST BLOGFEST if you haven't signed up and want to- go do it...I'll be participating.
Now that I have these out of the way I have a favor to ask. My 9 year old is taking a 40 book challenge. Upon this she is supposed to read Historical fiction and non-fiction- well what are some good titles of historical fiction and non-fiction for young girls that I can look up with her? Any suggestions would be helpful.