Write by the Rails Endless Possibilities Tour Recap


Thanks to authors Nick Kelly and Stacia Kelly, I have not only started my own blog, but successfully survived my first blog tour. Here is a recap of my guest posts on at least a dozen local writers’ blogs in the Prince William and Manassas, Virginia area:

Philippa Ballantine’s Blog, “Twitterpated,” http://www.pjballantine.com/2014/02/25/guest-post-twitterpated/

Angela Bryce’s Blog, “Don’t Get Lost in the Wrappings,” http://ladyinbalance.com/blog/2014/02/04/don%e2%80%99t-get-lost-in-the-wrappings/

Kristy Feltenberger Gillespie’s Blog, “A Collaborative Short Story,” http://kristyfgillespie.com/2014/01/30/write-by-the-rails-blog-spot-a-collaborative-short-story-with-cindy-brookshire/

Katherine Gotthardt’s Blog, “Speaking Out,” http://www.tenaciouspoodle.com/2014/03/guest-post-by-cindy-brookshire.html

Linda S. Johnston’s Blog, “Journaling with Young People,” http://www.lindasjohnston.com/blog.htm?post=947264

Nick Kelly’s Blog, “Dogs Don’t Chase Parked Cars,” http://www.nickkelly.com/2014/03/05/guest-post-dogs-dont-chase-parked-cars/

Stacia Kelly’s Blog, “Wake Up Call,” http://staciakelly.com/2014/02/27/wake-up-call/

Tee Morris’ Blog, “On Death, Taxes and Accountability,” http://teemorris.com/2014/02/20/endless-possibilities-blog-tour-cindy/

Jan Rayl’s Blog, “If I Hear Thought Leader One More Time,” http://write4jan.wordpress.com/2014/03/15/if-i-hear-thought-leader-one-more-time-by-guest-blogger-cindy-brookshire/

Tamela J. Ritter’s Blog, “Silos, Think Tanks and Feathers,” http://tamelajritter.com/?p=700

Mary Rosenthol’s Blog, “On Reading “Terminal,” http://othersideofthenotebook.blogspot.com/2014/02/guest-blog-cindy-brookshire-on-reading.html

Shay Seaborne’s Blog, “Scouting,” http://www.synergyfield.com/2014/02/cindy_brookshire/

What I learned from the blog tour: 1) I work best when I schedule the posts 2) I am developing a different voice than I thought I would and 3) writing for myself is fun; writing for myself and then shaping it for other’s blogs is fun and challenging.


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