I’ve decided to make a difficult decision: I’m putting my blog on hold temporarily.

You may have noticed my lack of posting since March. That’s mostly because I’ve been struggling with my book. I say mostly because I also have had more migraines than usual, which easily throws a wrench in my schedule and thought process.

Being an independent author, I don’t have a publishing house holding deadlines over my head. I do however have some commitments waiting on this book to be finished.

Rather than continue struggling, I think it’s best if I focus on getting my book, and my migraines, under control. During this time, I will continue to research and write posts, so that by the time I’m ready to return to weekly posting, I’ll have a backlog of articles so that the occasional migraine won’t stop the uploads. I may also reduce my time on Twitter, but I will check in at least once a day to see what’s up. I hope you understand.

In the meantime, so I don’t leave you hanging, and in the spirit of writers supporting writers, I’ve linked below to a few authors who’s blogs I follow. Please check them out and let them know MWinklerBooks sent you 😊

 

Emily Hornburg
Writing, Reading, and Life
https://emilyhornburg.com
Emily reads a ton of books. She averages an impressive 7 to 12 a month. She gives reviews on all of them on her blog, as well as writing tips, and flash fiction.

 

Emma Rose Hollands
For reading. For writing. For words.
https://whywordswork.wordpress.com/
Book reviews, articles on writing, author interviews, and more.

 

Lydia Schoonmaker
Writer- Student- Blogger
https://lmsofficialblog.wordpress.com/
Writing tips and life lessons.

 

Kim M. Watt
“Here Be Dragons. And Cats, And Other Magical Creatures.”
https://kmwatt.com/
Book reviews, life lessons, and a lovely dragon named Beaufort Scales.

 

K.M. Weiland
https://www.helpingwritersbecomeauthors.com/resources/
Her site has everything you need to “…show you how to write your best story- change your life-and astound the world.” She has articles on everything from outlining and story structure, to character arcs and writing tips.

 

I know this is a relatively short list. Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered, or rather Emma has you covered. Up above I listed Emma Rose Holland as a blogger. She also put together a HUGE list of bookish blogs, over 100 in all. Her Book Blogger Directory lists blog titles alphabetically from A to Z. Be sure to bookmark it and you’ll have a resource for future blog wanderings. https://whywordswork.wordpress.com/book-blogger-directory/

 

Happy reading/writing 🙂