I Want To Read Your Blog

A shorter blog today you will all be glad to hear. They say that in order to improve as a writer you should read, read and then read some more. So today I’m going to follow that advice. I want to read your posts. I want to find out more about you and, in doing so, learn from you. I’m putting my feet up and taking the day off.

So……

If you have any current or archived posts that you would like me to read and/or comment upon then let me know and I will. Have you had a good day? A rubbish day? Has one of our posts reminded you of something we wrote about once in the past? Do you need feedback? Advice? Prayers? Or just a little golden star to brighten up your timeline. If so, then comment below.

Yours

Lazy Stephen ๐Ÿ™‚

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  1. I actually have 2 blogs, one for Bible study and personal posts and one for poetry. The Bible Study blog is in the beginning of a prayer study right now but was in James earlier. am going to give you a link to one post in the James study:
    https://wp.me/p3mVqW-5Hq

    The poetry page is my favorite, as I write a poem almost every day with the guidance of the Holy Spirit. If you like poetry, you will want to read more on this blog. This entry is from three days ago:
    https://wordpress.com/post/psalmistpetegardner.com/8043

    Be blessed

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        1. I pray he rises from his sick bed soon into the loving arms of the Lord. That all pain and weakness leaves his body and he is held safe in the arms of Jesus. Bless Augustin this day and forever more. I ask for this in the name of Jesus Christ. Amen ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป

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  2. Thanks, Lazy Stephen. ๐Ÿ™‚ Lazy Saorsa appreciates this because I feel that my Reader is quite limited. I’m now following Beckies blog and offer up my first big blog that I started on 1st January. Any advice about content, layout and style is welcome. saorsa2018.wordpress.com/

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    1. I’ve read Post 20 and I’m hooked. Brilliantly written. Reminds me of my own style. Dark writing with a healthy dollop of humour. I’m afraid I’m going to have to read all 20 now. You only have yourself to blame ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  3. Hi! Iโ€™d love for you to read any of my posts…but specifically โ€œGrief #1โ€ as well as โ€œThankful for Adversityโ€.
    I love all of your posts. Although, Iโ€™m terrible at leaving feedback. ๐Ÿ˜”. Thank you for all you do. Iโ€™ve learned much from you already.
    Angie

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  4. As a retired Registered Nurse, I believe that writing is one of the most therapeutic things that people can do. In addition, I believe that we are children of God, the Creator, so we inherited creativity from Him. I began my Irish Firebrands blog in an effort to explore just how it came about that my creativity resulted in a novel that I’d never had a notion about writing. Although my blog is oriented towards writing fiction, most of my blog posts use the example of my writing process to encourage others to trust the creativity they were born with and follow the promptings they’re given to write, whatever it is they feel they should write about.

    Your creativity may not result in an unexpected novel, but if you feel your calling is to write, and yet you’re not sure you’re doing it “right,” please consider reading through my blog. Here is my first blog post: https://wp.me/p30cCH-n

    `Begin at the beginning,’ the King said gravely, `and go on till you come to the end: then stop.’ – Lewis Carroll

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      1. I have stopped a couple of days here and there, especially during Christmas time… and just enjoyed life going. I’m a bit OCD myself and I realised at some point that the blogging thing was taking too much place in my life, so I just slowed down. I do enjoy reading what others post, but the whole keeping it up with my own writing had become a sort of “job” which was not my intent at the beginning. This being said, there’re plenty of aphorisms in my pc that wait to be put online, but.. who cares? ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€

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  5. I do believe that reading has helped improve my writing (though most anything would!). I have made time in this phase of life to have a couple of books going at once; usually pertaining to WWII and some aspect of ministry (I can use lots of help there as well).
    I’ve included two links that should let you know me a little better.
    Thanks for all you do,
    Chuck
    https://lakeside4jesus.wordpress.com/2017/12/09/be-careful-what-you-pray-for-you-might-just-get-it/
    https://lakeside4jesus.wordpress.com/2017/12/02/the-list/

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  6. Hello, you are very nice. Would you just keep me in your prayers? I need help with, other than the depression anxiety thing, working hard and being disciplined. Thank you so much.
    By the way, I will be starting a YouTube channel soon so, can you pray that I have the courage and determination to continue doing it and what I love.

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  7. I would love your feedback on my site (writingfromtheheartwithbrian.wordpress.com). I included a piece I wrote in November on the various goodbyes we all experience in our lifetimes.. Anyway, I’m always interested in feedback on my blog/site.

    As far as your blog goes, I enjoy reading your pieces. You put a lot of thought and work into each piece. It shows. Love the variety of posts on faith and running. It’s always an interesting read. I find your blogs enlightening and even a bit eye-opening. When I read your blog, I’m always a little surprised how we come from different countries, continents, cultures, etc, but we share similar thoughts, concerns, and faith. Anyway, thanks for sharing your faith and your writing.

    https://writingfromtheheartwithbrian.wordpress.com/2017/11/27/goodbyes-are-the-hardest/

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  8. I have a lot of people praying for me so one more canโ€™t help. I am a crack and heroin addict that has been in and out of recovery for 6 years. My mum is a Christian and so is my barber, who in good christian faith gives me a free haircut when times are really bad. I am off to a Christian rehab hopefully next week, I am just awaiting a start date. I am not a Christian but when Iโ€™m in recovery I do pray and I most certainly believe a power has been working in my life, I have mentioned this power a lot in my recovery blogg and he/she/it also features in my last piece of writing I done before I go to rehab titled โ€˜relapse and recoveryโ€™. If your bored and fancy witnessing some bad grammar then please do give it a read. I enjoy reading your posts, when I am in a more human state that is. Take care pal and all the best

    Addiction and recovery

    Owentheaddict.wordpress.com

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  9. I have a lot of people praying for me so one more canโ€™t help. I am a crack and heroin addict that has been in and out of recovery for 6 years. My mum is a Christian and so is my barber, who in good christian faith gives me a free haircut when times are really bad. I am off to a Christian rehab hopefully next week, I am just awaiting a start date. I am not a Christian but when Iโ€™m in recovery I do pray and I most certainly believe a power has been working in my life, I have mentioned this power a lot in my recovery blogg and he/she/it also features in my last piece of writing I done before I go to rehab titled โ€˜relapse and recoveryโ€™. If your bored and fancy witnessing some bad grammar then please do give it a read. I enjoy reading your posts, when I am in a more human state that is. Take care pal and all the best

    Addiction and recovery

    Owentheaddict.wordpress.com

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  10. This is a really cool idea ๐Ÿ™‚ I’ve already taken a few pieces of your advice by introducing myself to my readers and starting to tell my story. I know you saw My Name Is… but I don’t remember if you saw this Monday’s post Growing Up A Cowgirl. I always love your feedback it’s always encouraging!

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  11. Hello, I was just inspired by how you share your faith subtly, yet powerfully. And I know that you reflected His light to our fellow bloggers. I would just wanted to take this opportunity. I was given the slot for the national impromptu speech contest here in the Philippines. Can you help me through your prayers? Thank you ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ™

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  12. I have two blogs ๐Ÿ™‚ I donโ€™t know the URL for this WordPress Blog, here, but my โ€œPoetryโ€ link will take you directly to it.

    I also have a blog on Hubpages. If you want itโ€™s link, just let me know and I can easily fetch it. It has many of my homemade Song Lyrics To well known original songs ๐Ÿ™‚ Its sort of a fun blog.

    Tamara

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  13. This is a really good idea. Sometimes I feel bad because I get so behind in reading the different blogs. I came looking for yours because I missed it yesterday. Sometime life takes us a different direction for a day or two. You have read most of mine and I thank you for faithfully following. I do hope what you read there encourages and strengthens you and your family in your walk with the Lord. I keep you all in my prayers.

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  14. Hey, so I know I’m late to the party here… But as you already follow my blog, I’d love some feedback. Most of my blogs have been inspired by experiences in my daily life and during my runs (which I’ve been out of practice for the last month after a fall before Christmas; hoping to get back on the pavement next month).

    Lately, I haven’t been quite as inspired… And even if I have, sometimes I get stuck… that perfectionist in me wants it “perfect” before I post it. So, question for you… how do you overcome wanting it to be “perfect?” And, how do you overcome writing when you feel uninspired?? Any advice?

    Thanks in advance for your thoughts. And I really enjoy following your blog… You’ve really created a sense of community on your page! How do you do that? I guess that’s another question for you… ๐Ÿ™‚ Blessings! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  15. Hi Stephan. I really like your blog and I can relate to your battle with OCD. I’d really like you to read my blog tayospeaksblog.wordpress.com where I talk about activism and try to voice out my opinion sometimes in stories. And please tell me what you think. Thank you..I’ll be looking out for your comment .

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  16. i would love more than anything to hear your feedback on my blog. as a new blogger who has no idea what to do except for write her whole truths from the soul, iโ€™d love to hear your words of inspiration ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’™ my newest post is called โ€œthe one degree shiftโ€ about bringing light and change and recovery to fractured lives. ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’™

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  17. It is extraordinarily kind of you to put in the effort to read as well as comment on these blogs. Maybe it is too late to ask for comments as your lazy day off has come and gone. However, I would very much appreciate any comments which you might have on any of my blog posts. You already follow me, which I appreciated so much; it can be lonely while one builds a readership. Because I am a new blogger, I have only been at it a few months, I have only about 20 posts. I would love to read your comments on any of them. Thank you Stephan, and bless you.

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  18. I believe we both follow each other’s blogs, and I see quite a bit of activity from your account on my posts – a relationship I regrettably to this point have not reciprocated. However, this post struck me as in good timing. I’ve been blogging under http://www.theedisonprojectblog.com for 8 months. I’ve posted content nearly as frequently as I set out to. My content is admittedly scattered in its themes, but that is for what I, until recently, believed to be good reason. Over the past month or so, I’ve increasingly held my direction as a writer as a direct intention to God. While feedback is important to me, increasingly moreso are prayers. I wish to direct my content to areas I feel are more genuine to my voice, and am looking for an avenue to create that exposure. Any prayers, any feedback, you might be able to offer would be immensely appreciated! Good luck in your ventures and I hope to take a more participatory role in reading and commenting on your creations!

    Best,

    Will

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  19. Hi. Thank you for stopping by my website. Interested what you think. My Blog on a Christian nurse surviving addiction. Http//herbrokenwing.wordpress.com thank you

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  20. Hiya Stephen, that’s such a kind thing to post ๐Ÿ™‚
    I’d really appreciate it if you could check out my blog and give feedback on any improvements that I can make as I’m quite new to this whole blogging thing.
    Also, I’d be very interested to hear your thoughts on a particular piece I wrote called “Identity Crisis”

    Looking forward to hearing from you ๐Ÿ˜Š

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