IWSG – GETTING INVOLVED

Hello, bloggers. It is the first Wednesday of the month and we know what that means, right? Time for the Insecure Writers Support Group – #IWSG.

NinjaInsecure Writers Support Group Badge Captain Alex J. Cavanaugh , my hero and one of my mentors, founded this amazing and wonderful group.

The group’s purpose is to allow writers to share their doubts and fears, trials and tribulations without fear of being mocked or feeling foolish. It’s also a place where writers who have “been there” can offer wisdom and guidance.

Whenever anyone finishes a draft, edits their work, finds the perfect critique group, publishes their work, or has any other good news to share, this is the place to do it too!

The awesome co-hosts for the October 5 posting of the IWSG are Beverly Stowe McClure, Megan Morgan, Viola Fury, Madeline Mora-Summonte, Angela Wooldridge, and Susan Gourley!

I’ve been lax when it comes to posting pertinent stroke info and recovery progress on the blog for months now. With everything going on in life, it’s been difficult to stay true to the purpose of this blog. I’m going to buckle down and get cracking again. This is a passion of mine and I’ve let it go astray.

I heard my followers from months ago when they wanted my input on articles and books I’ve read on stroke, wellness, spirituality, and chronic conditions and pain. It’s now on the top of my to-do list. Once I’m done with the upcoming move, expect to see me deliver.

Any advice or requests on a particular subject are welcome.

Check out my other blog’s IWSG post this month too at lilicasplace.

 

 

 

 

 

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About My Miracle Life

I'm a writer, blogger, avid reader, book reviewer, sub-arachnoid hemorrhage and stroke survivor, moving forward in my recovery and trying to advocate for stroke and brain hemorrhage awareness and prevention. I'm also slowly working towards independence, driving, my first novel, a memoir and a series of short stories. I've been lucky to have a very small network of close friends to guide me; I've been even luckier to have found an online 'family' of sorts to help me through the rough times.
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12 Responses to IWSG – GETTING INVOLVED

  1. That will be helpful for others.
    You’ve just been so busy in full life mode, which is awesome. I follow another blogger who posts now and then on Sundays about her stroke recovery and she still really struggles. (But won’t let it beat her.)

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  2. deanie2013 says:

    Always love hearing from you Eva. Hope all is well.

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  3. spunkonastick says:

    A little research and you could provide a ton of links and books for your readers.

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  4. It’s hard to keep up with everything, isn’t it? I think loosing an internet connection for a few weeks might be helpful instead of harmful. Now I will go knock on various pieces of wood.

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  5. I know what you mean about the busyness of life getting in the way of things we’d planned to do. Good luck with your move!

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  6. Shah Wharton says:

    I’m so busy too right now. There’s an imbalance at times between life and work, (and managing health issues doesn’t help) and I haven’t blogged much about certain things, as I intended to. But it’s not the most important thing in the world, and when something has to give, maybe it’s okay for it to be that. 🙂

    Have a great weekend!
    shahwharton.com

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