5 Blogs to Watch

How do you keep up with a blog series? I subscribe via email, because I’d never remember to check the site on a regular basis. And if the series has been going for a while before I find it, I’m unlikely to go back to the beginning to catch up.

Here are three new-ish blog series in early enough stages that you can start from the beginning if they catch your interest:

At Serving Singles, Rev. Shirley DeMerchant has just begun a series where she’ll explore what she’s been learning from studying the book Emotionally Healthy Spirituality by Peter Scazzero. Since this is a book I’ve heard recommended in the past, I’m seizing this chance to learn a bit more.

Author Janice L. Dick is moving from traditional publishing to indie (self-publishing) and she’ll be sharing her journey in a series of Tuesday posts. For those interested in the possibilities of independent publishing, here’s post 1: My Indie Adventure.

Author Bobbi Junior is blogging her memoir, When the Bough Breaks, chapter by chapter. Here’s the link to chapter 1: Nothing Rattles Rick.

And here are two of my favourite blogs which, while they aren’t series blogs, I count on for regular spiritual encouragement:

Hearing the Heartbeat with Carolyn Watts (Mondays).

Beech Croft Tales with Mary Waind (on the 1st and 15th of each month).

2 thoughts on “5 Blogs to Watch

  1. Bobbi Junior

    Thanks for the support, Janet! I’m really enjoying this experiment of blogging and entire book, week by week, chapter by chapter. I hope people will share their thoughts on this kind of process. We’re all learning together.

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    1. Janet Sketchley Post author

      For me as a reader, the key is to start at the beginning. If it was too far along in the book, I wouldn’t feel I had time to catch up. The people who find you near the end of this will be the ones wanting to buy a copy to save themselves the hassle of reading online.

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