Thursday, February 9, 2012

Writers! Get involved with Rachel Harrie's Fourth Writers' Platform-Building Campaign.  Learn more about the successful movement here as I learn more over the coming weeks.
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-- make friends
-- industry contacts
-- marketing
-- PRIZES

RACHEL SAYS:   http://rachaelharrie.blogspot.com/
"Basically, the Campaign is a way to link those of us in the writing community together with the aim of helping to build our online platforms. The Campaigners are all bloggers in a similar position, who genuinely want to pay it forward, make connections and friends within the writing community, and help build each others' online platforms while at the same time building theirs."

Stay tuned to learn more!

21 comments:

Sylvia van Bruggen said...

hi! I am a fellow campaigner, look forward to connecting. Following you!

Super Happy Jen said...

Hi. I'm a fellow campaigner.

AveryMarsh said...

New follower and fellow campaigner here. I just wanted to say that I find your blog fascinating, especially as someone writing a YA Sci-Fi with a female lead. Please rant more.

Hildred said...

Also from the campaign. Thus far I am in love with your blog. Your article beneath this one is fascinating and I wholeheartedly agree. One of the reasons why I write is to promote strong female characters without going for Strong Female Characters, if you get my drift.

Stella Atrium said...

Thanks for the kind words. I will explore websites soon after student papers are graded.

Stella Atrium said...

Hildred, I hope to return the visit this weekend when demands from students are less. Thanks for visiting and commenting.

C.M.Brown said...

Just checking in from the campaign to say hello! :)

Lola Sharp said...

*waves hello* from the campaign. Thanks for stopping by my blog. :)

Bess Weatherby said...

hi! Just stopping by all the fantasy group on the campaign trail. You have an interesting premise for your blog. I guess I am a bit guilty of going over-kill on the male characters. For me, they are easier to write, even though I'm a girl. Will be interested to read your perspective on this!

Misha Gericke said...

Hey! I'm also part of the Fantasy campaign group and also hitting all the blogs on the list. :-)

Andrew said...

Stopping by to say hello. Thanks for following me.

The Golden Eagle said...

I'm also from the Campaign. :) It's nice to meet you!

Thanks for following my blog.

Stella Atrium said...

Thanks for the kind words. I like male characters and writing them: I just think solving problems as a girl is how I approach the world, so that perspective gets into my writing.

Angeline said...

Visiting from the campaign and looking forward to reading your blog, it looks really interesting.

BTW You've been tagged! Check out my blog for 11 random questions to answer about yourself.

Christine Tyler said...

Hey, I'm in fantasy with you :D

Welcome to the campaign!

http://www.christinetyler.net/

Sue Ann Bowling said...

I'm a fellow SF campaigner. Is there any way of getting your blog via e-mail?

Elizabeth Twist said...

Hi Stella! Fellow campaigner stopping by to say hello.

Elizabeth Twist said...

p.s.

If you've got time, I've tagged you to answer 11 random questions over at my place. Questions are at the bottom of this post. Whee!

Stella Atrium said...

Hey, I responded to the tag with answers to some questions. I also linked to you and other campaigners.

Thanks for involving me in the game. This was fun!

Stella Atrium said...

Elizabeth, I answers the questions and also linked to your website.

What a great way to share. Thanks!

Stella Atrium said...

I have not gone that route yet, but I spend too much time on Twitter with notices about new blog entries.

Find me on Twitter: @SAtrium

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