Any stay at home mummies out there like me? I have two boys, love shopping, clothes and make up and write about such things on my blog...anyone want to join me... let me know your blog and ill browse and follow!!
I'm a newbie and this is my first post, so hope I'm not breaking rules, but I also thought we could discuss blogging as long as we are mumsnet bloggers.
I'm a stay at home full-time mum and chauffeur. I also have my own blog where I indulge my obsessive hobby - writing (women's fiction). It has extracts from my (sadly unpublished) novels, some of my short stories and lots of photos from around Northern Ireland - mainly showing places that inspire or appear in my writing. www.lesaclarke.blogspot.co.uk/
Pookamoo, the rules aren't v clear and in fact we are having a discussion with MNHQ on a thread about to try and figure out what this section is meant to be about. If you are part of the Mn blog network you can promote your blog but I think the key is to do it in an interactive sharing way, so on a thread like this is fine. Starting a new thread for each new blog post you make is less fine.
Thanks 2under2. I'm 52,000 words into the new MS now and there are moments when it's taking me by surprise. Working on getting through the transition from the middle section to the end section.
I like your blog and enjoyed your poem - although my two are primary school age now I still think there are days when I could do with having it printed off and reading it!
I'm rubbish at poetry but my kids are really into it at the moment - they read quite a bit of it at school and have things like some of Roald Dahl's poems at home. The Spike Milligan Ning Nang Nong is their current favourite, so I've been looking at some poetry collections for kids.