Follow Friday Again

This week’s question is Shakespeare asked What’s in a name? But we all know better. So let’s talk about names, specifically our blog’s name. How did you come up with yours?

I came up with the name The Neophyte Writer because I want to be able to help new writer’s with information on writing, resources and learning from other writers. Pretty simple.

Please join in in welcoming Paige W. Pendleton from Gustatus Similis Pullus, this week’s featured author, with her answer.

How do you join in the fun? So glad you asked. It’s really quite simple.
The Rules

1)      Follow me, via my Networked Blog and Elizabeth Sharp, the originator of this hop
2)      Follow the featured author of the week, Paige W. Pendleton.
3)      Go to Sharp words and copy the image code found there and paste it in your blog. Add your name to the link at the bottom of the post while you are there.
4)      Copy and paste the rules in your blog, as well as this week’s question.
5)      Answer the question
6)      Follow, follow, follow. This is about networking, people, making connections with people in your community. So talk to us. We don’t bite!
7)      If someone stops by, says hi and follows you, the polite thing to do is follow back.
8)      Comment here and introduce yourself and you just might find a new follower or two.

Breaking it down, here, is the code for the snazzy quill link to the hop. Copy it and paste it into your own blog.
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13 comments on “Follow Friday Again

  1. Hi Kristi!
    Thanks for coming by my blog and commenting. It’s great to be so supportive of fellow writers.
    You have a great blog here, by the way and I shall look forward to reading more of it in the future!
    Best wishes
    Suzy Turner


  2. Hi, I am a pediatric/neonatal nurse and freelance writer. I love writing children’s stories but my first published book is actually for adults, The Cancer Prayer Book has been released this past month by Dream Words Publishing. I also am the blog editor at Stories for Children Magazine’s blog where I am gaining so much valuable experience. I belong to the SCBWI since 2008 and I am taking my second course at The Institute of Children’s Literature. I belong to the Children’s Writing Coaching Club, I manage a blog for new writers and those interested in writing for children as well as a blog for parents who have a child dealing with a serious illness. I look foward to following more blogs with the same focus.


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