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Insecure Writers Support Group 3 March 2021
I try to get comments published as quickly as possible. I have ADHD and anxiety and sometimes I need to work myself up to be able to respond to comments. I don't always reply to comments on my blog, but I do try to visit as many people as possible when I participate in blog hops. I share your work on the monthly Roost Recommendations posts at ornerybookemporium.blogspot.com so others can discover your work. I do read and appreciate your comments.
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I don't read a lot of horror (the news is enough). I DO read across genres. And supposed age groups as well.ReplyDelete
I often enjoy "young adult" stories, and I'm about three times the age of their target audience. Hell, I'll go ahead and admit it. I like children's books. Much of the time I review children's books by choice.Delete
There are so many authors I want to explore and so little time. I like your inspiring reading list!ReplyDelete
I try to visit a few different people every month. I'm not one of those folks who seem to be Jenny on the Spot with blog hops. I'm always a day late and a dollar short.Delete
I used to read the older stuff like Poe, but I've been told their style of writing doesn't excite readers as much these days, so I've moved on to more recent stories. Probably a mistake on my part.ReplyDelete
I love the owl at the end. I hope your foot appointment goes well. Poe and King are excellent authors to read if you're into "dark." (Which I am.)ReplyDelete
I love reading a wide variety of genres. I posted for IWSG day today. My post includes a new book by a friend, a note about a free book next week, a tweet about a query contest (LGBTQ romance this round), and a quick message about April Blogging from A to Z Challenge.
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Those are all great authors! I feel like rereading some of my favourite King and Dunsany... I read Poe's Antarctica story for the first time just a couple of years ago. And I haven't read enough Lovecraft!ReplyDelete
Never thought about it, but you're right - Lovecraft wrote steampunk before it was a thing.ReplyDelete