Thanks to Trop50 for sponsoring my writing about fabulous bloggers. This year Trop50 is granting 50 Fabulous Wishes. Click here to enter for a chance to win $1,000 to celebrate a friend with a refreshing attitude about looking and feeling fabulous!
As writers, we can invoke emotions, create action and leave an echo of our words in the minds of our readers for days, and if we’re really good, months or longer. Some of us are still working on this, for others this comes naturally, still others have found a way to perfect the craft of blogging, and have helped build and strengthen a community surrounding them. However, what makes some writing better to some and not others is a matter of perspective, and here’s mine.
Rhema’s Hope (Autism in a Word): I have to admit that some of the connection I have with her has to do with similar rare diagnosis between our little loves. Plus, her daughter is precious and reminds me of what I looked like when I was younger…but then there’s her writing. Always on, poetic in their sway, inspiring in their thought and emotion-invoking. She does it well without even trying!
Jannie Funster: OMG. Really? Have you not heard of her? Well, when I was busy being me not me in another blog life (confusing? Yes, try being me doing all that), I followed Jannie Funster religiously and, in fact, I’ve returned to her. Why? She. Is. Fun. And quite honestly, I never know what she’s going to do or say, but it feels like I’m in the front row of her mind running a mile a minute, and I love it.
Hartley’s Life With 3 Boys: Here, Hartley writes from an informational perspective. Who doesn’t love getting good information from someone who has been there, still is there, and is willing to talk about it!
Mother of Shrek: I’ve loved this blog for quite some time. A mother of an older child / adult living with Autism. She writes from a perspective that’s all together familiar yet very foreign to me, giving me insights to the battles and triumphs we may experience in the future of our journey.
Inside the Autism Experience (The Cozy Calm Blog): This is a blog again from those days when I was just not quite myself… it’s written by a woman with Autism. She’s magnificent with her words. She takes the time to craft each sentence, each paragraph to ensure the point comes across, and each post she publishes enlightens me to a level I hadn’t been before.
If you get a chance, visit those blogs, tell them Gina @ Special Happens sent you and that I think they’re the Blogger’s Blogger!
Don’t forget to enter the 50 Fabulous Wishes contest for a chance to win $1,000 to celebrate a friend with a refreshing attitude about looking and feeling fabulous. I was selected for this Tropicana Trop50 sponsorship by the Clever Girls Collective, which endorses Blog With Integrity, as I do. I received compensation to use and facilitate my post.