Blogging From A to Z — ‘Admirable’

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Admirable.

Definition: Deserving respect and approval.

One of the things I have had the pleasure of doing over the last year or so is meet some pretty admirable people. People whose work I admire. The time they spend honing their skills both in their books and their marketing skills. One thing you can never do too much of is learn new things and these folks dont hide the things they have learned. They share!

If you are an indie author who is looking to hone your skills, looking for inspiration or a reader looking for a good read you definitely have to check these wonderful folks out!

Ashley Barron

Charity Parkerson

Christine Moore

Lindsay Avalon

Mia Marlowe

Miranda Stork

 

Suzan Tisdale

 

Trish Marie Dawson

And there are more too! These are just a few!

Anyone who you admire? People who have helped you along your way? Tell us about them! 🙂

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12 thoughts on “Blogging From A to Z — ‘Admirable’

  1. Such a wonderful way to begin the challenge. Yup, the one man I admire was my dad. I am all that I am, because of him. And you are so right when you say, such folks share. Nice post!

  2. Very nice of you to share the love!!

    Welcome to A to Z. 🙂 I look forward to reading about your journey as an indie author!

    ~Alana
    Cheering you on from A through Z!

  3. What a small world. I interact occasionally with several people on your list. I’m always so humbled by how good writers are to each other. I don’t see the competitiveness among them. A great group of people, wonderful online community.

    • Absolutely! As Ive no doubt said before these are only a small handful of the countless wonderful folks who have held my hand as I have walked through my journey of being an indie author. No doubt I would have been lost without them. Certainly wouldn’t have had near as much fun without them at any rate 🙂

  4. It’s funny you should mention fellow indie authors that have helped along the way. In drafting my first About the Author page to go in the back of my first book, I found my self giving homage to two that were very instrumental along the path of my writing career thus far. You’d think I’d have used the dedication or the acknowledgments BUT it felt wrong not to include them in my author history instead.

    Day 2 of the challenge down, 24 more to go. Good luck!

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