Category: My Trending Stories website

Blog stats and do they really matter? I need convincing.

I have a confession to make… I don’t check my blog statistics. Do you? Why? What do you learn from them? I suppose if I’d digested all of the information in those blogging stat guides correctly I wouldn’t be making this statement now. I…

Does this qualify as a poem? Grabbing some peace.

  I’m not an overly religious person, but I do believe in a power of some sort. Otherwise how would we and this fantastic globe that we spin through space on, exist? As a child I schooled at Church of England schools and so…

Want to make some easy and quick money? Write a letter.

All publications need feedback on how they’re doing with they’re readers.  Whether it’s good or bad…they want and need to know what we think. This makes us  – the reader VITAL. So vital in fact that these publications are prepared to pay good money, whether in actual cash, or enticing monetary equivalents.

Ten ludicrously easy steps to getting a new mobile phone and writing for My Trending Stories.

As some of you will be aware I’m currently in the process of re-organising my blog. This has been going on for about a month now and I can see it being ongoing for oh… well how long is a piece of string? Seriously,…

Female 1960

A middle-aged woman going on about this and that!

What's (in) the Picture?

Chris Breebaart Photography - finding stories

Harvesting Hecate

Thoughts on life, writing, creativity and magic

castelsarrasin

The work and activities of a writer/bargee

Thoughts of SheryL

just my two cents mainly on all things Japanese

The Nature of Things

A blog dedicated to flora, fauna and all the wonderful things in nature.

Nomad Writes

Travel and fictional tales

redstuffdan

Original Pictures from Nouvelle Aquitaine

glitteronmyface

JUST A THOUGHT FROM ME TO YOU

Write to Inspire

Lance Greenfield - Night Writer

Rose Bay Letters

Observations & Reflections from Home & Abroad from the Side-Kick Traveller

Wordgasm

Let your mind out of its cage.

thelearningprofessor

John Field's blog