Friday, September 19, 2008

Book Giveway WEEK 4!



Congratulations to Shirley girl! She won a copy of Land of Inheritance. Shirley, send your address to me: heather at hbmoore dot com.

Ready for the next question? Whoever comments on the question (and answers it) will be entered into the next drawing for a free copy of Land of Inheritance.

QUESTION of the Week:
What three blogs do you visit on a regular basis?

Mine are:
Six LDS Writers and a Frog--a collection of published writers who take turns blogging about pretty much everything!

Far World--used to be called Find Your Magic, but the author, J. Scott Savage, is a good friend of mine and critique partner. His newest book, Far World, was just released. I reviewed it here.

Maria Zannini--a friend I met through the blogging world and she always has helpful tips for writers.

16 comments:

Stephanie Humphreys said...

Three I read are:

Six LDS Writers and a Frog - a variety o fblogs on a variety of subjects

Writing on the Wall - Lots of great writing advice

Inkygirl: Daily Diversions for Writers - Love her comics

Heather B. Moore said...

The Inkygirl sounds pretty cool. I'll have to check her out!

Curtis said...

The three that I visit and read the most often are:

1- Wylie-Merrick Literary Agency blog (Observations, conversations, inspirations, and musings on the strange world of publishing, agenting, and writing). www.blog.wylie-merrick.com

2- Writing on the Wall. Obviously.

and (drumroll please. . . )

3- Pub Rants (A very nice literary agent indulges in polite rants about queries, writers, and the publishing industry). www.pubrants.blogspot.com

Heather B. Moore said...

I visit Pub Rants a lot too. I'll have to check out Wylie-Merrick. Thanks, Curtis.

Jennifer said...

Here are three of mine:

1- ldswritersblogck dot blogspot dot com

It's a variety of writing topics written by a group of hopeful authors.

2- tristipinkston dot blogspot dot com

Just because Tristi's awesome. She reviews books, writes about her own books and writing ups and downs, and waxes political now and then.

3- queenoftheclan dot blogspot dot com

Danyelle writes about her family, her writing, etc.

Heather B. Moore said...

I enjoy reading Tristi's too and I've hopped on Queen of the Clan a few times. I'll have to check out the LDS writers one. Thanks!

Heidi said...

howaboutorange.blogspot.com

designfreebies.blogspot.com

printpattern.blogspot.com

I'm addicted to blog-hopping around design blogs and discovering artists!

Gamila said...

My three are:
Six LDS Writers and a Frog

LDS Publisher

A Ton of Authors and a Wannabe

Maria Zannini said...

Thank you, Heather! I hope to be "tipsy" again next week.

I'm on a reader so I don't miss any of my favorite blogs, but three I read regularly are:

http://shrinkingvioletpromotions.blogspot.com/

http://wetnoodleposse.blogspot.com/

http://unusualhistoricals.blogspot.com/

Heather B. Moore said...

Thanks Heidi, Gamila, and Maria. All of those blogs look interesting!

Meg said...

Nice to meet you heather.

Shirley Bahlmann said...

Woo, woo! (Jumping up and down.) I read your first book, so I can't wait to get another! Woo, woo!

Jenna Consolo said...

I wanna win your book!

Three blogs I regularly visit:

Scribbit. She's great up there in Alaska with great blogging, writing, crafting, momming advice.

Writing on the Wall. Love it. Enough said.

Hilary Weeks. Cause she's my friend and I adore her music.

Pink Ink said...

Mine are:

http://bloggingwithoutablog.blogspot.com

Guide to Literary Agents

www.freelancewritinggigs.com

Karlene said...

I have a bunch on Google Reader that I read almost every day. But the daily ones are:

Six LDS Writers & a Frog

LDS Publisher

Temporary? Insanity (funny mom blog)

Josi said...

My three:

Cranberry Corner--Jenna Consolo's blog that I just absolutely love cause I relate so well to the things she says

Temporary Insanity--Kimberly's blog cause it also resonates with me and I like her views of the world

Six LDS Writers and a Frog--cause I love all the different author lives I can follow there. And Rob's very funny.