Note to Collaborators

I’m adding two bloggers to the blogroll who should already be there.

Old School Harlequin runs a strange site – and I mean that as a compliment. Just take a look at his about page. There’s something about the sort of art OSH is producing that appeals to me on  a primal level. He’s also a bit of a struggling writer like the rest of us, we tweet a bit, and he reads my work regularly. It’s kind of a no-brainer. Here’s his homepage.

I had a conversation with Trent of Trent’s World today that went so well, I decided to add him to the blogroll too. Trent’s been reading and liking for awhile – I recognize his gravatar when I see it. Today I decided I might want to get to know Trent, and you know what? I was right.  He told me he’s found good blogs to follow by reading me. He does creative work in more than one medium, and he has a category for writing resources. Here’s his about page.

I’m going to see what the Campaign for Southern Equality has to say tomorrow. I don’t know if anything will come of it, but I’ve communicated directly with them. I let them know I’m bringing the old notepad and camera, and that I’m interested in having  a conversation with them about what I can do to help. So I’ll be out of touch for most of the day tomorrow, but I may have a post about it at Sourcerer next week. We’ll see.

In other news, our discussion of feminism and activism at Sourcerer is the most commented-on thread ever there, I added several awesome bloggers to the blogroll over there today, and I smacked a troll.

As for my mood, this one doesn’t tell its story in words, but it does tell a story:

8 Great Resources for Writers

I’ve not heard of most of these, but I’m planning to check some of them out. Thought I’d share it because some of you other writers might find it useful.

Note – #FollowFriday – #FF – #Collaborators – #Music – #FeministFriday @Parttimemonster

Everything’s a go for a discussion of feminism and activism to kick off at Sourcerer at 9 a.m. Central time tomorrow.

Since I don’t have time to really work Follow Friday tomorrow, I’m trying something different this week.

Instead of tagging 30 people in five or six tweets, I’m going to send a few tweets that just tag one or two people each, and say nice things about them. I’m curious to know whether or not Follow Friday tweets with only one or two names are more effective than ones with five.

Some will be people I’ve never given Follow Fridays too, and some will be people I’ve met in the last few days.