First Friday Link Party for Writers – Back-to-School Edition

Carol Tice

School kids partyThe kids are back in school, and you know what that means. Hours of uninterrupted writing time until they get home!

Share what you’ve been working on: Post your best recent blog post in the First Friday Link Party for Writers. This is your opportunity to get yourself some new readers and find some great new blogs to read.

These link parties are a fun way for me to find new blogs, too.

Look forward to seeing your posts —

— Carol


  1. Lorraine Reguly

    Hi! I am leaving this comment because I would like for you to update post with the correct link. I am going to be deleting my old site (Lorraine Reguly’s Life) and so would really appreciate it if you could update your post with a link to Wording Well. This is my new site, and because I have moved my “old” post to my “new” site, you will be left with a broken link if you don’t change it. I don’t want this to happen! Besides that it is still the same post it always was, but the domain name has changed. This may not seem like a big deal to you, but it is to me. The internet is forever – or at least until we change things, so, please, can you change this for me? (Thanks!)

    • Carol Tice

      Sorry, Lorraine – My tool does not allow us to update or change links to past link parties once they’ve ended! Best of luck with your new site.

  2. Lorraine Reguly

    I posted my link on Friday, and it showed up just fine. Now, today, I see that it has been removed. Can you please tell me if you removed it, and why? I’d like to know!

    • Lorraine Reguly

      Please delete or ignore that comment. Apparently, I need to get my eyes checked. I’m in spot 23. I was in spot 35. Ooops!

    • Carol Tice

      Lorraine, what happens is after voting the posts get re-ordered based on who got the most votes, so that’s why it moved around.

    • Lorraine Reguly

      Yes, I see. Thanks for explaining it, though. 🙂

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