My Blogging Inspiration, #MFRWAuthor Blog Challenge, Week 41 — 19 Comments

  1. Very cool that you have a schedule of sorts. This blog hop is the only consistent thing I’ve done. I need to get better, but I’m the queen of fall through. hahaha I did do my very first author spotlight this year and that was kinda fun. And I’ll be taking part in a blog tour for the first time, so also looking forward to something different.

    Enjoyed your post.

  2. Meka, I’m impressed with all you accomplish given that you still have a couple of munchkins under your wing! Sometimes it’s hard to think of things to blog about, but I hope my readers are forgiving. Plus, I try to keep my posts short for all those folks who are like me and have a short attention span!

  3. I admire your consistency.Four YEARS? Wow. I keep trying to come up with a schedule, I can stick with, but I really struggle with it

    • I struggle when there’s a lot going on or I’m traveling. The hardest was doing the A-Z challenge in 2016, but it was a lot of fun, and I’ve been thinking of converting those posts into an eBook.

    • Thanks! Joshua Tree is a couple hours drive for us, but we lived here over 30 years before we made it out there.

    • Thanks Robin. Almost any time is good, unless someone else has taken the Tuesday or I need to announce something like a cover or a release. Just let me know!

  4. I need to be more diligent about posting, even in this blog hop! I admit, I am one of those who live vicariously thorugh your travel photos. I’m hosting authors through November if you are interested- maybe we can host each other!
    Love reading your posts!

    • That would be great, Ellie. I’m leaving town for a couple of weeks so later in the month would be better.

  5. I love research, and I’ve been doing it since middle school, yet I still don’t feel confident or educated enough to tackle a Regency romance novel. Your posts about the historical aspects are what I love to find and read online, too. Thanks for sharing!

    • Plunge in, Raine! You can figure out the details as you go along. I figure human nature is what we’re really writing about, and that doesn’t change!

  6. As Sherry said — “Four years? Wow!” And now I’ve met you in person, I can attest that you’re much bigger than you appear in your thumbnails when you post on my blog.

  7. I remember the days of researching at the library and waiting on books to be borrowed from other libraries. It’s so much easier to research now. And…WOW on consistent Tuesday Blogging for four years!

    • A couple of years ago I went to the nearby university library to review a research book that would have cost me over $100 to buy. I was trying to chase down some obscure details involving the British Secret Service during the French Revolution. So glad I was able to check into that book there. It had very little useful information for me.