Writer’s Quote Wednesday Weekly Wrap-Up from 9/3/15

Welcome to the WRITER’S QUOTE WEDNESDAY Weekly Wrap-Up where our writers highlight their photographic and writing talent by making up their own quotes or sharing quotes from their favorite authors. (Please do not link to this post. Link to the new prompt on Wednesday, September 9, 2015). Please don’t forget to tag your post “Writer’s Quote Wednesday” to make them easier to find in the reader.

Welcome to all our new and old participants who have joined us this week. Please make sure to visit the blogs of the writers who have shared their writer’s quotes. It is an honor for them to get to know you better. The blog names are found above their images.

Ahoy Matey’s! ARRR you ready for some amazing quotes? Here they be, then…

Ronovan Writes


Cathy Lynn Brooks


Lucile de Godoy (You just have to read her post! 😀 )



Pursuit of a New Adventure


Here there be Dragons (Don’t forget to visit her blog for more inspiring quotes!)


Taking a Walk through History


La Duchesse d’Erat


Wendy Anne Darling


From the Sticks to the Bricks and Back Again


Zen & Pi


Unexpected in Common Hours


Writing Rachael Ritchey


Melissa Barker-Simpson


My Etch-a-Sketch Life *New this week: check out her blog for more images ❤


Daily Echo (Please visit her blog to see more incredible quotes!) 😀


Magnanimous Word *New this week!


Rebirth of Lisa


Disappearing in Plain Sight


Shirley’s Heaven


The Writer Next Door

“It’s so strange how life works: You want something and you wait and wait and feel like it’s taking forever to come. Then it happens and it’s over and all you want to do is curl back up in that moment before things changed.”

~ Lauren Oliver


I Maniking Blog


Lance Greenfield

Crying

Silver Threading


Thank you for all the fabulous quotes and for spreading all this motivation and inspiration through our blogging community! This is the kind of positivity that makes a difference in the lives of many. I am humbled to be part of such a great group of bloggers! Well done!

While I am at it, I want to thank each and every one of you for participating in our weekly quotes and for those that read them and gain inspiration. No matter what, it is a win-win for all writers.

(If I missed your post, please help me find it. If you tag your post Writer’s Quote Wednesday, it makes it easier to find if you do not do a ping-back where you link your post).

So, tell us now… which quote gave you the most inspiration this week?

Thanks for stopping by! You made my day!

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48 thoughts on “Writer’s Quote Wednesday Weekly Wrap-Up from 9/3/15

  1. My favourite quote of the week landed in my inbox this morning. It wasn’t written by a writer for writers, but one of my students about life and the spiritual journey…it works for writers too, though: “…there is no reason for you to judge and condemn yourself, when you look back at your “past” as you will call it.It is always there with you. For all that happened during the “not yet ready period” will count and will matter and will be used.”

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    • Lance, I could not find a recent post of yours for Writer’s Quote Wednesday… help me find it. Also, thanks for reblogging! Please make sure and link to Wednesday post. If you tag it, “Writer’s Quote Wednesday” I should be able to find you in the reader. You did not show up. I have added you to the post. When I click the link on your post it takes me to today’s wrap up post, not the Wednesday post that I use to find everyone. 😦

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        • I have no idea, however if you go and look at my post from last week, you are not there. I did not find you in the reader either, so you will need to tag your post, “Writer’s Quote Wednesday,” in order for me to find you. There has been a lot of fiddling around with WP in the last week. I had trouble with some other folks so you are not the only one. 😀 ❤

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          • If you look at the bottom of my post it says, “This entry is posted in quotes, writing and tagged coelho, crying, emotion, quotes, story, Writer’s Quote Wednesday.” I really don’t understand why that doesn’t show up when you look for the tags.

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          • A tag is what the reader uses to pick up your posts. I have a category called by the same. When you add a post in WP it asks for the category and the tag. Look at one of the add your posts tabs on WP. Where it says “tag” is where you need to put the Writer’s Quote Wednesday. How do you get your posts on WP? A pingback is where you take the Http:// address of my Wednesday post and embed that in your own post. That creates a ling that shows up on my post in the comments section. Does that help?

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          • I believe that is your own category on your own blog. I know it is confusing. I am sorry. The reader picks up the tags, not your categories. I was getting over 300 emails a day. I had to quit using the email option on WP or quit blogging. I am using the reader exclusively now. If you do the pingback correctly you should show up on my post. Then you would not have to worry about the tag.

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          • I believe that is your own category on your own blog. I know it is confusing. I am sorry. The reader picks up the tags, not your categories. I was getting over 300 emails a day. I had to quit using the email option on WP or quit blogging. I am using the reader exclusively now. If you do the pingback correctly you should show up on my post. Then you would not have to worry about the tag.

            You could just put the http:// address of your post in the comments and I can find you then…. ?

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