Writing and Journaling

I came across a neat WordPress & writing sister this morning:  BJ Keltz at Write Your Mind Journals. In full disclosure, BJ has me on her blogroll.  I’ve gotten a couple of hits from that, so I thought I should check her out (and return the favor).  BJ blogs about her business (selling writing journals) and writing.  Her blog is visually appealing, and her entries about journaling will strike a chord in any writer who sees writing as a tool as well as an art.  I highly recommend that you click on the tab “Tools of the Trade.”  BJ reviews a number of Firefox add-ons that she uses for writing.  I am definitely going to check them out — if I can ever get Firefox 3.0 to stay installed on my Mac OS.  

To the right of her blog, you’ll find a link to her store.  I have not (yet) purchased anything from BJ, but I am sorely tempted.  I’m a bit of a journal collector, and I love browsing through journals when I’m at a bookstore (or any store, even Target sells journals!).  But I promised myself I wouldn’t buy any more journals until I had filled all the ones I have now … but you know what they say about promises 🙂

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3 Responses to Writing and Journaling

  1. B J Keltz says:

    Thank you, Marie, for your visit, kind words, and the post. I am honored.

    B J Keltz

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  2. Diana says:

    I really enjoy your blog and your comments about journaling.
    As a journaling advocate myself, you ought to checkout my blog which focuses a great deal on the benefits of keeping a journal.

    You might also be interested in reading my book REGINA’S CLOSET:FINDING MY GRANDMOTHER’S SECRET JOURNAL which depicts the long-term benefits of keeping a notebook.

    Happy Writing!
    Diana
    BLOG – http://www.dianaraab.wordpress.com

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  3. 1writeway says:

    BJ and Diana,
    Thank you both for stopping by. Perhaps this is the best part about blogging–the great community that develops around it!

    Diana, thanks for the link to your blog and for mentioning your book. I’m looking forward to reading both.

    Cheers,
    Marie

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