Welcome to 2015!

Hey everyone!

I am back in the blogging sphere after my brief hiatus and I’m very excited about it. I love the sense of fresh starts and new beginnings that a new year brings!

What to expect from Words Read and Written in 2015?
– Book reviews
– Author interviews
– Aspiring author questions and ramblings
– And whatever else strikes me when I open up this text box and start typing!

Will you be blogging in 2015? Let me know in the comments. Let’s start the year with some love, share our blog links, visit each other, leave comments and start the year off with a bang!

About Jodie @ Words Read & Written

Book blogger & aspiring author.
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24 Responses to Welcome to 2015!

  1. 80smetalman says:

    Happy New Year Jodie, my two blogs 80smetalman’s blog and Peaceful Rampage will be going on strong in 2015. I hope you pay a visit to them.

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  2. Len Berry says:

    I’m working on getting a regular pace to my blog again. I might not post as often or always on the same day of the week, but I’m still after it. Happy New Year!

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  3. When I began blogging I had no idea what god had in store. I am presently working with an acquisition editor. I received one contract but it was not a good situation for me. Please keep me in your thoughts and prayers. I’ve written a cookbook ,however this would be my first non-fiction book.

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  4. Shari says:

    I will absolutely be blogging in the new year at http://sklase.wordpress.com/ Hope to get some new visitors.

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  5. Happy New Year, Jodie, hope 2015 is a great year for you 🙂

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  6. Laurie says:

    Happy New Year!

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  7. Yay, welcome back! I’m working on scheduling blog posts to stay ahead for those days when even lookin at the computer is an impossible task!

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  8. Still blogging…history, music/movies, travel, FOOD!

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  9. Tyna says:

    It’s good to have you back and I love the new look. Wishing you a peaceful, healthy, happy New Year!

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  10. liz says:

    what a great way to start the year Jodie! i’m sending you a lots of love and good wishes for your writing year! i’m planning on keeping on blogging….practicing my writing skills, narrating my journey after my daughters recent passing, both visceral and intuitive as i search for her spirit in my life, and being open to what i experience at Walden Pond…..i’m also looking forward to visiting Australia (my homeland too) in a few weeks ….yay!

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  11. Rae Mosher says:

    Happy New Year!
    Here’s to finding a rhythm with words to further be involved with the wide world.
    The Story Changes
    http://thestorychanges.wordpress.com

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  12. bdlheart says:

    Happy New Years to you!!! Great plans. I too want to begin writing book reviews as well as sharing others survivor stories. I plan to continue reading about the craft of memoir writing, blog writing and further educate myself about the blog world. I will also continue sharing parts of my emerging memoir with everyone as I’m able to process the trauma. I have a feeling it will be a healing new year for all in some way, big or small.
    Cheers!

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  13. Ken Dowell says:

    I’ve been working on a series of posts about the history of vacations in America. Probably have about another half dozen or so coming. Here’s an example http://offtheleash.net/2014/12/21/discrimination-and-bigotry/

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  14. Rhonda says:

    Yep. I took a break too. Back to have more fun blogging and connecting to other writers and their blogs. Be sure to stop by everyone!

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  15. Heya Jodie, Happy New Year and all the best for 2015 🙂

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  16. Mrunmayee says:

    Wish you a very happy new year Jodie! There’s a lot more writing on the cards than previous year, more and more on People, Situations,Relationships, Emotions and Travel.. http://mrunmayee2012.wordpress.com here it is, for you to visit once in a while & relish it if you can 🙂

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  17. Happy New Year, Jodie. Interesting, “About.” Very down to earth. As you, I don ‘t associated with pessimists either. They tend to bring you down. They are drowning, and as you try to save them, they want to bring you to their doom. I’m an optimist, extrovert, and go getter. Looking forward to reading many of your posts. Blessings.

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  18. Crystal says:

    Happy New Year Jodie–I look forward to reading the book reviews and hope to discover some interesting stories to read!

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  19. Kathleen says:

    Happy New Year to you as well! My blog, Creating Through the Pain,, kathleenburkinshaw.wordpress.com will continue this year. Also, I will be working on edits for my MG Historical fiction, THE LAST CHERRY BLOSSOM, that will be published in Spring 2016 by Sky Pony Press! 🙂 Would love to send you a copy to review when it is out,and get your opinion 🙂 Unless you didin’t like it then you could just say it got lost in the mail…. 🙂

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  20. Happy New Year to you. I’ve blogged my writing resolutions, one of which is to be better at visiting other people’s blogs, yours included. Hope you have a good one.

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  21. Jason says:

    Thanks for the like on my OneWord365. It’s going to be a bold year! Look forward to watching your blog, too!

    Jason

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  22. Jared says:

    I am going to continue blogging this year. My goal is to post every day this year. reflectionsofjared.wordpress.com. I have really enjoyed reading your blog in 2014 and excited to read what you write in 2015.

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  23. Glad to see you are back. Looking forward to seeing what you are going to write.

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