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Here are the top ten articles for the Journals Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Books I've Read Journal
I stumbled across Powell’s Bookstore in Portland, OR. Powell’s is a full city block 3 story bookstore with every imaginable type of book. It was incredible!
2. Quilts Are Journals
Quilts are journals in and of themselves. During the civil war, quilts were pieced into maps and family stories. Slaves used them to find homes and family members.
3. Blog Journaling
As we enter the new and exciting world of journaling we are all faced with the question to blog or not to blog? I want to share with you some pro´s and con´s about blogging and etiquette should you decide to blog.
4. What's Your Writing 'Voice?'
Once a writer has understood audience, purpose and point of view the writing style or voice comes into play. Many believe that a writers’ personality should come out in their writing.
5. Scrapbook Journal Fonts
What scrapbook journalers seem to always be looking out for are good journaling fonts. A good journaling font says more than just the words written.
6. Literary Journalism
You will find literary journalism in the media, newspapers, magazine and scientific journals. Norma Sims in his book, ‘Literary Journalism,’ explains “that its appeal has grown from the solid foundations of the form–immersion reporting, narrative techniques that free the voice of the writer, and hi
7. Questing France ~ An eBook Review
Marilyn Barnick Bellegham continues her personal journey found in Questing Marilyn to a deeper more personal level. Marilyn allows the reader inside her personal tragedy of marital conflict and infidelity.
8. January Journal Prompts ~ Wks 3 & 4
January is “National Thank You Month.” You might want to take a moment to send thank you cards to your friends and family members. This could be a project you could do on January 16th since it is ‘Do Nothing’ Day.’
9. 12 Days of Christmas Journaling Prompts
Have you ever considered writing about Christmas as a journal topic? It is a new idea to me. I began to formulate some prompts for the holiday using the ‘12 Days of Christmas’ theme and found that it was very enriching.
10. Week Three Journaling Prompt ~ Courage
For 2011 we are going to focus on 52 weekly prompts instead of daily prompts. Each week we will have a ‘focus’ so that each day we can dig a little deeper instead of jumping all over the place in our writing. This week we will explore the word 'courage.'
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