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WillowRaven's blog posts for Wednesday, April 30th 2008, yes in one

I don't know how some people do it.

They blog daily, sometimes several times a day, they work, eat, sleep... I really don't know how they do it.

But today, I had the urge to blog with the best of 'em. I managed to post three dfferent posts to three different blogs in one day, four if you count this

Of course this message I'll cross post on my 65+ ning networks probably tomorrow so that my not yet met friends can see it too, not just the ones in my 813 (last count) network of ning friends.

My three posts are:

here > on my WillowRaven Illustration & Design Plus blog

"It seems like I never quite get caught up.
I always have so much to do in so little time one would think I was an organized being - a living breathing Super Woman!"

here > on my Published WillowRavens blog

"Life Is a Game by Jim Copeland"

and here > on my Cover Critiques blog

"Messianic Confessions by Mark Heber Miller"

Of course there is the little blog on my website (my WI&DP blog) that I have yet to post something to before the night is, so I guess thats five.

In the words of my friend Vivian at 4RV publishing... Ish!

Hope you stop by one or all and drop me a note!

Aidana WillowRaven

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Comment by Aidana WillowRaven on May 1, 2008 at 6:20pm
Thanks Lorna, I'm glad you found it interesting enough to
Comment by Lorna Lorraine on May 1, 2008 at 6:15pm
Well I lift my hat off to you guys. I am NOT a consistent blogger but I will respond to something interesting.
Comment by Aidana WillowRaven on May 1, 2008 at 8:09am
thanks Joseph, and being an illustrator rather than a writer makes it even more of a challenge for me.
Comment by Joseph Langen on May 1, 2008 at 7:52am

I'm afraid I would run out of things to say with that many blogs to juggle. But then I thought that about my newspaper column I started writing six years ago. I would also get tired of running my mouth. A couple years ago I started a blog, Conversations with Calliope, an ongoing dialogue with my muse about my daily writing life. I have enjoyed her company and repartee. Best of luck with your writing.
Joe Langen
Comment by Aidana WillowRaven on May 1, 2008 at 6:52am
good-morning all,

In responce to ya'lls comments...

Roger, I need your blog charma.

Vivian, like you are not as busy as I am,

Holly, yes - 65+, and I just can seem to remember who I know from where these

Abe, I am glad someone thinks me young.. my kids sure don' but as Viv can verify, my kids come first, networking can be done anytime.

And Dan, hope to keep seeing a around.

Comment by Abe F. March on May 1, 2008 at 12:02am
just reading about all that you are doing made me tired.
Although youth has much to do with it, having a goal/dream seems to be the driving force behind all your activity.
Yes, you will forget people and things you meant to do. Prioritizing will become even more important to get done what needs to be done.
There will be casualties that will include family and friends. Ultimately, how will it affect you?
Comment by Vivian Zabel on April 30, 2008 at 6:54pm
Yes, you must be superwoman. I just worked with my book designer, you, for about an hour or so, packed things for a book signing, a writing conference, and for me, and then visited with two of my grandchildren online for about 2 hours.

Blogs were abandoned, all of them.

Comment by Roger Green on April 30, 2008 at 6:53pm
I'm a pathological blogger. I've posted to my main blog daily ( daily, though some of the posts are a bit slight. In fact, in two days, it'll be three years. Another blog, with the local paper, I do twice a week, Friends of the local library as often as possible, a state data center blog every weekday and my work blog once a week. As I said, pathological.

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