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April 2017 Around the Web

Sandra Ardoin @SandraArdoin

I had a hard time settling on just a few posts this month, especially writing posts. There were so many informative and inspiring words shared in the month of April. I hope some of these speak to you in some way.



  • Every day is a gift. Do you trust Him with it? Are you grateful for it? Not Only Surviving, But Thriving
  • “…each individual is gifted, crafted, and designed to perform a different task.” Are you working cheerfully for Him, even if it’s in the background? The Silent Servant
  • This post on sleep was written specifically for writers, but it’s applicable for anyone who thinks they can function without sleep and still be productive.



  • Eva Marie Everson explains on Southern Writers Magazine’s Suite T ways in which “living libraries” can be a great source for novel material.
  • Seekerville’s Grammar Queen shares her grammar pet peeves.
  • “Before you can take readers to new places, you must first travel roads you’ve never been on.” On Novel Rocket, Allen Arnold talks about stretching yourself as a person and a writer to bring your reader fresh material.
  • Are you battling with writing procrastination? Janalyn Voight gives some tips to help you defeat it on the Live, Write, Thrive blog.


Do you have a favorite blog for inspirational posts—posts that make your day just about every time you read them?

As an author of heartwarming historical and contemporary romance, Sandra Ardoin engages readers with page-turning stories of love and faith. Rarely out of reach of a book, she's also an armchair sports enthusiast, country music listener, and seldom says no to eating out.

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  • authoramheath

    Awww I’m so honored to be featured on your blog today! Thank you for that. I’m glad my message was a blessing to you. And I’m looking forward to spending time on several of links you’ve provided. I love the idea behind a collective, informative post. It’s brilliant and so helpful for busy gals like me!

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