1) Cynthia B. Ainsworthe: I thoroughly enjoy participating in The Write Room Blog. I have read many diverse stories and articles, not to mention the perk of meeting new and interesting people who have grown into valued friendships. The Write Room Blog offers something for everyone.
2) Joyce Elferdink: I love the discussions on a marvelous array of topics. Conversation is one of my favorite things. Sadly, discussions rarely take place on my own blog but, gladly, they occur regularly in The Write Room. Are you willing to give your opinion on the impact of language (especially doublespeak), short tales of horror or compassion; or unique ways to deal with life’s small or major adversities. That’s only a sip of what’s “at the bar” in the Write Room. Join me there for a Happy Hour this week?
3) Eduardo Cervino: To write well one must read. Good writing can be exercised in solitude, if you are a genius. I don’t know many of those. Otherwise, nothing is better than sharing your work with talented people. Their honest critique fertilizes the brain. The Write Room Blog is like a drip system in which each drop goes to the root of the tree and encourages the branches to reach up, far and wide. My deepest gratitude to you, writers and readers alike.
4) Clayton Bye: As Editor-in-Chief of The Write Room Blog, I get to read all of the twice-weekly posts. They are nothing if not eclectic. They are also well written. Varying from non-fiction satire to fictional horror and to most things in between, this is a high traffic and well respected blog.
5) Anne Sweazy Kulju: I am always so entertained reading this blog–who would ever guess there was such a wealth of knowledge and talent in such a small group of writing pals?
6) Monica M. Brinkman: It is pure enjoyment to read the many diverse topics and forms of writing. Point of view, humor, horror or a wondrous new adventure; it is all here and I look forward to each new post.
7) Bryan Murphy: Amid such variety, there is always something to stimulate the imagination of a reader and set the creative juices of a writer flowing.
8) Fran Lewis: The Write Room Blog allows authors with many different opinions, ideas and backgrounds to create articles that inspire discussion, controversy and interest in a wide variety of topics.
9) Louise Malbon-Reddix: What I like about The Write Room Blog is the fact that perfect strangers from such diverse backgrounds and skill levels have come together in support of one another in such a spirit of cooperation.
10) John B. Rosenman: I like the variety of posts. Really, you never know what you’re going to get–different subjects, different genres, different perspectives, different opinions. And the readers’ comments reflect that, too. I like the design and layout also. It’s darn attractive and eye-pleasing. Sometimes the posts are illustrated by artwork, sometimes by cartoons. You name it, you’ll find it. The carousel of writers’ books is great, too. In general I like The Write Room Blog’s inclusiveness and openness to writers of all kinds, whether they’re edgy or traditional, controversial or conservative.
11) Micki Peluso: The exceptional Write Room Blog posts, while versatile and informative, offer a forum for commentators to voice their own opinions, adding flavor and sometimes disfavor with the blog written—a mentally stimulating experience.
12) Kenneth Weene: When I came up with the idea of The Write Room Blog, my goal was to create another marketing tool for myself and other authors. It has become much more than that; this group has become a band of friends and collaborators who have shared ideas, efforts, and fellowship. In the process it has perhaps made us better writers and has certainly added to our enjoyment of our role as authors.