Indies UnlimitedYesterday, Tutorial Tuesday covered how to step up your blog’s search engine optimization. Of course, that won’t get you exposure over night. So let’s have a blog-fest!

This is how it works: If you are an author, publisher, publicist, literary agent, book reviewer, (or especially a book-lover), etc., in the comments below, paste in the link for your blog, with a one sentence description of what you feature.

Show some love to the blogs in the comments above yours, by clicking over and adding them to your blogroll, liking some posts, or leaving a comment, even if that comment is nothing more  than “Indies Unlimited sent me.” Be sure to check back throughout the day to catch up. (Remember: If you right-click the link, you can open it in a new tab so you don’t have to constantly page back and forth.)

This should be fun and should generate a lot of followers for everyone who plays. We’ll kick things off with ours. Let’s get the party started!

130 thoughts on “Blog-fest!


    I name fictional characters! On Mondays I post my process of naming a character (for another writer), and on Wednesdays I post a related article on how to name characters.

  2. I blog between family, writing, and work. Sometimes, it's about the fun and challenges of writing. Other times, it's a little more social commentary-ish. Sometimes I share characters. Lately, I haven't spent much time there, but I promise to be better . . . Come see me.

    Cynthia Rogan

  3. Wow, that's a lot of blogs. Guess I know where the rest of the day goes now. ;-)

    Here's mine:

    The Rush Room: Author in Training

    - Follow the adventures of KD Rush as he chases a lifelong dream of writing and publishing a novel.

    Features: Blog updates; Book Reviews; Documentary; Video Logs (vLog); Guest Posts; Short stories & such.

  4. My blog, Author Interrupted is designed to show the fun side of being an indie, as well as let people get to know me. I love sharing information too :)


    • The artwork of the man and woman climbing the stairs to a beautiful new home is stunning! I love symbolism, and I like the journey you have presented here.

      Thanks for sharing!

  5. Yay! Looking forward to following some new bloggers!

    Here's my blog:

    In a nutshell, I blog about the three joys in my life: reading, writing, and occasionally fighting (martial arts). :) Sometimes I post about my writing process, other times book reviews, and sometimes I participate in various book tours, or blogfests where I post samples of my writing.

    Regular features: Writer Wednesday, where I interview/highlight a fellow writer to my readers; Weekly Round-Up, a digest of the latest news in the publishing world; and Six Sentence Sunday, where I post snippets of my writing.

    Currently I am participating in the A to Z Challenge, blogging about the elements of a good crime novel.

  6. This blog is for our writing group – a diverse bunch who write about everything from fluffy bunnies to sadistic murderers – and that's just one writer! So far we have visitors from NZ, Australia, the USA, Britain, Russia, France & Spain – can you increase our range? Would love some more followers!

  7. 85% of my blog is flash fiction, the rest are ramblings about writing and products that I think might interest writers.

    Currently I am participating in the April A to Z Challenge, a daily post for the theme of 10 x 10 (max of ten sentences, min of 100 words).

    Would love some new followers, will check out all the above this evening. Thanks!!

  8. Sorry, glitchy connection. My blog features interviews with experts in the field for a variety of genres, discussions on writing and certain thoughts of mine on selected issues.

  9. Hey all…my blog,, is an eclectic collection of my random thoughts, information on natural health, business tips, guest interviews (musicians & authors), and snippets from my upcoming debut novel. Hope you can stop by and visit!

  10. I have worked as a radio reporter, an advertising copywriter, a technical writer, a speechwriter, a public information officer, an executive director of a non-profit organization and most recently as an assistant dean at an independent law school in Chicago.

    My short stories have been published in Crosscurrents, Old Hickory Review, the Piedmont Literary Review, the Minotaur, Snapdragon, Four Quarters, FlashFiction, Quick Fiction, Bear River Review and Inside Running.

    In the summer of 1999, I was awarded a professional artist residency at the OxBow Summer Arts Program for the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in Saugatuck, Michigan. I served as a Vietnamese linguist in the Air Force during the Vietnam War and live in Downers Grove, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago, with my wife.

    I am also the author of the novel A Life Without Grace and Hunter’s War, A Novella, and Selected Short Stories, both available from

  11. I know I'm late…compter's in the shop and I had to wait until I got to work becuase I couldn't post this from my phone…anyway…

    Free stories, poems, unpublished chapters from books and stories from collections, and a collection of essays under the title "Memoirs of a Stay at Home Dad" are all featured on this blog.

    • Loved your post Memoirs of a Stay at Home Dad :)

      One thing though – is there some way of leaving a comment on your website? Signed up but still couldn't find a way to comment.

  12. I do have a blog on WordPress I recently started. It is purely entertaining and containts blogs about my thoughts on different subjects.

    There are some experiences, "Raanis' funny corner", "Letters to Celebrities"… Have fun reading it. I'd appreciate your time and the effort to step by, maybe even like a post or comment.

  13. Joined a group of South Africans who have left the country, and live all over the World, We chat on Facebook. I find it interesting that most of them in the chat group are women.

  14. Every week I blog about a book I read that week in my Monday Morning Books Blog. Since I've been doing this since 2006, I have quite an archive built up. The blog grew out of the reading journal I used to keep, so is often about what I as a writer learned from reading the book. Come on over!

  15. I blog about writers and writing and how we are affected by, and affect, current politics and economics. I'm a radical leftist-feminist-anarcho-humanist-*author*. I write, too, about my recent/new novel The Rescuer's Path, the love story of a Holocaust survivor's daughter and a half-Arab peace activist being hunted by the FBI, and post related events/readings. I'm interested to host short guest blogs by other authors. Welcome!
    <a href="http://” target=”_blank”>http:// <a href="http://wwww.authorpaulafriedman….” target=”_blank”>

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