It's been a busy week at Studio30 Plus. The Book Group chose The Hunger Games for their May selection. Follow the link to find out how to participate. Also, thank you Shauntelle Hamlett and David Wiley for co-leading the Book Club group.
Just a reminder: Tuesdays and Thursdays the Featured Writer articles are about improving as a writer, getting more savvy with social media, tips from editors, how to market your self-published book successfully and more. We have had some excellent articles published in the last six weeks. Take some time to peruse the Community Blog and read what these great writers have shared with the community.
In the Spotlight
Trucking Tumbleweed writes about a lot of things at Confessions of a Tumbleweed, but the theme of her blog is life on the road. She is a professional passenger in a truck and shares a fascinating peek into her life. Stop by to learn what it is like to live in a very small space, what mouse sandwiches look like, and more.
Trucking Tumbleweed submitted How to Be Good at Conversation and Sandwich Making for the spotlight this week.
Our Weekend Spotlight Contributors
Kimber from Anxiety Disorder: A Box of "Cocks" and Duct Tape
Kelly from Naked Girl in a Dress: What's Your Excuse?
Christian from Point Counter-Point Point Point: Golf and Other Ways I Can Physically Harm You
Kim from Perfectly Cursed Life: Wanderlust
Kimberly from Rubber Chicken Madness:The Lies I Tell Myself
Marie from My Cyber House Rules: Happenstance
Deus Ex Machina from Goddess in the Machine: Slack Tide
Gina from Double Jointed: Squirrels Incite Violence
Joseph from Mostly Harmless Drivel: 700 Hoboes: Hobo Zero and DDT
Jen from When Pigs Fly: It's Not Just the Words That Are Annoying
Rodney from Midget Man of Steel:...and that's why I love "Bring Your Kids to Work Day."
Deb from Just Keepin' it Real Folks: Fifty Shades of Redneck Crap
Mel from According to Mags: If You Take a Mages to the Movies
Jenni from MommyNaniBooBoo: Motherhood vs. Feminism-The New York Times Forgot to Ask Me
Feisty from Feisty Cat: The Scream