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Well, That Was Quick!


I finally bit the bullet and just paid for the upgrade, giving me the control over fonts I wanted. Now, my new blog looks much better, and while I’ll be tweaking it for some time, I’m sure, it is probably ready for Prime Time. Please stop by and see what you think, and I’d love it if some of you decide to follow this one, as well.

The main difference between Marcia Meara Writes and Bookin’ It, is that MMW will be focused primarily upon…tada!…writing, where Bookin’ It was always meant to be primarily focused on reading. As I mentioned, there will be some overlap, but I’m hoping to concentrate on reviews, author interviews, discovering new authors, cover art, and release dates on Bookin’ it. On MMW, I want to talk more in depth about self-publishing, writing practices and roadblocks, news about my own books, promos, and discussions with other writers on the kinds of things that crop up when you are actually trying to make a living doing this.

I think there are a lot of you who would enjoy both blogs (fingers crossed), so I hope you guys will stop by, Follow Marcia Meara Writes, and see what shakes out in the weeks ahead.

Thanks so much, and…as you were, folks! I’ll be back later with a new review. Just need to finish Chapter 26 in A Boy Named Rabbit. I’ve left those poor people in the lurch!! Must get back to that mountain and sort things out.

Have a great Sunday!

Marcia Meara Writes

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9 thoughts on “Well, That Was Quick!

  1. … it could be my internet connection… but the link to the new blog doesn’t seem to be working for me šŸ˜¦


    • I just fixed it, eclecticalli. It should be working now. Sorry…I forgot the “/” at the end, and apparently, that makes a difference. Also, wordpress says it can take 72 hours for a new blog to show up on all browsers, so if it still doesn’t work, try it again soon. And THANKS for making the effort. I really would like to get this off to a good start. Hope to see you there soon!


  2. sourris25 on said:

    Well, the Spring/Autumn equinox is a great starting point for a new venture. All the best with your personal blog, Marcia!


    • Thanks! Actually, my personal blog, Who’s Your Granny, has sort of fallen through the cracks lately. This one is really meant to be a blog focusing on writers and writing, as opposed to Bookin’ It, which was always supposed to be aimed more to readers.

      There’s some overlap, but I envision my new one being a place where writers will have a chance to share a lot of stuff with each other, look for information on issues we all face, make contacts, read and share excerpts, do guest blogs, and things like that. And of course, all of my books will be there, too, with news, etc. So, with that in mind, I hope you’ll join us to chat about White Ginger, or anything else on your mind. Wanna do a guest blog? I’m in the market. šŸ™‚

      The blog will NOT be for writers only, and I’m hoping lots of my followers here will find it interesting. But it will be focused on writing, rather than reading. I will cross post from time to time, I’m sure, but the focus of each blog will be slightly different. Join us over at and let’s support each other.



  3. Love the new blog! Looking forward to reading more of what you post on there šŸ˜€ Also looking forward to getting back to reading your stuff!


    • Thanks, Mishka! I’m hoping you’ll be a frequent visitor. It will give you a chance to talk about your writing and your books, and join in discussions with other writers. At least that’s my plan. šŸ™‚ Let me know if you’d like to be a guest blogger soon. I’ll have some suggested topics for you to pick from. Would love it if you would.


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