Carnival of Storytelling – June 30, 2011

Welcome to the June 30, 2011 edition of Carnival of Storytelling.

Thanks to everyone who submitted a link at BlogCarnival.com. Please browse their blog posts, and share your own favorite posts from your own writing blog for next week’s carnival.

Enjoy!

Writers

Books etc.

Art and Craft

Matthew Hyde presents Writer’s Block and how to overcome it through the medium of whining posted at Geeks Shall Inherit the Earth.

Writing Life

Matthew Hyde presents Human Rights and Hairy Cornflakes: How Aung San Suu Kyi unexpectedly has something in common with Dave Lee Travis posted at Geeks Shall Inherit the Earth, saying, “A post on how a BBC DJ helped a human rights icon and its implications for writers.”

Fiction and True Stories

Eirini H. presents A meeting in another dimension: in memory of my father posted at Ask your Dreams for Ideas.

An anonymous submitter presents Cold War Torture posted at Dear L.E.P., saying, “A metaphoric piece.”

Lynette Rash presents The Last Dance posted at Rooted in Atascocita, saying, “A beautifully inspiring story about life and love.”

Publishing and Marketing

Jennifer Saksa presents Record Your Own Audio Book posted at NCH Software Blog.

Joel Friedlander presents Book Design Language — The Book Designer posted at Joel Friedlander.

Resources

Erica Morgan presents 10 Unusual Sites to Visit for Quick Book Reviews posted at Internet Providers.

AND That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of the Carnival of Storytelling using our carnival submission form.

If you have trouble with the Carnival of Storytelling submission form, please contact me at www.JTimothyKing.com, select the “Carnival of Storytelling” category, and include a message with the link to the post and any remarks you’d like to include with the submission.

Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

About J. Timothy King
J. Timothy King

I'm the eldest of three siblings, a stay-at-home father of two daughters, the husband of a wonderful wife, and an indie author of life-expanding character fiction. When not writing, I read, watch old TV and movies, play bass guitar, and tend to my family in our Boston-area apartment.

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