Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Wednesday is Where-It's-At

I'm thinking of implementing more of a schedule for my blog (hence the "____ day of week" posts recently).  It may or may not last, but if you've been wondering what the heck I'm doing, that's the deal. ;)  (Don't worry, I still fully plan to go on random Cayla rants.)

These days I'm frequenting quite a few blogs and websites, and I want to share some of my favorite articles with you.

  • Smart Bitches, Trashy Books

As I posted on Twitter, this article really made me think.  How accomodating is the literary world to those with disabilities?
  • Smart Bitches, Trashy Books (again - SBTB for the win!)

If this isn't awesome, I don't know what is:  "As usual, if you use SBTBARE at checkout, you will get a 50% eBook Bucks Rebate at, the official sponsor of the Sizzling Book Club."
Cheryl Rainfield, author of Scars, hosts this wonderful website where you are encouraged to share your struggles and/or stories of abuse.  I know that this website will become a safe haven for people dealing with difficult situations.
  • YA Highway

YA Highway is hosting a giveaway of Like Mandarin by Kirsten Hubbard.  The entry deadline is March 19th, so get over there!!!
  • Write Anything

Lastly, for you writers out there - read this article, and don't be afraid of your vocabulary!

I almost constantly link to sites and articles I'm enjoying through my Twitter account (@CaylaKL - still trying to combat the impersonator debacle!) so if you like these posts, you may want to become a follower.  There's another post coming up soon, either later today or tomorrow, about Avon of all things, so check back!

Thanks for reading,



Jacqui said...

Hey Cayla--thanks for linking to my post on Write Anything. I'm going to have to check back here to experience a 'cayla rant'. Sounds ominous!

Cheryl said...

Cayla--thank you so very much for mentioning my Scars blog for people dealing with abuse and self-harm, or who read Scars! That was so lovely of you; I really appreciate it! I do hope it turns into a safe haven, like you said, for many.