If you love to read YA and you’d like to hear about my books when they’re published, or if you’re also a writer and want to rub elbows with other writers like me, consider connecting with me through one of these venues:
- Twitter: @ChellyWood1 — You can see all of my blog posts from every blog I’ve created.
- Facebook: ChellyWood — This also shows my blog posts along with videos I create and stuff I like on YouTube.
- Tumblr: chellywoodauthor — This account shows my blog posts as well.
- Pinterest: Chelly Wood — I use some of my boards to inspire my writing. Others offer free patterns for doll clothes and tutorials for my doll-related hobbies.
- Figment: Chelly Wood — This critique site is suitable for teen writers.
- YouTube: Chelly Wood’s Channel — You can see the videos I’ve created, including my book trailers.
- Goodreads: Chelly Wood — Let’s discuss our favorite books!
- Book Country: Chelly Wood — This critique website is somehow affiliated with Penguin. I have an account there, but I don’t use it as much as Critique Circle.
- Critique Circle: Esther Sparhawk — Yes, I have a different pseudonym on this critique exchange website. But this is my all-time favorite website for critique work. It’s possible to do line edits on this site, in addition to broad, overall critiques. I’m on this site nearly every day because I like my manuscripts to be very clean before I submit them to my agent.
- NaNoWriMo: Chelly Wood — I’m mostly active on this website in November, which is National Novel Writers’ Month.
- Google+: Chelly Wood — I mostly connect with other writers on Google+, but I’m happy to add new contacts to this account.
My Other Blogs
English Emporium — This website offers tips on comma use, capitalization rules, common spelling errors, sentence structure, poetry, and so much more! If you’re a writer, student, or English teacher, this is the site for you!
Secret Pal Teachers — Do you have a “Secret Santa” or “Office Pal” program where you work? On this website I offer ideas for your secret pal gifts. It’s especially geared toward teachers, but most of my posts would appeal to nearly anyone. During November and December, I post frequently.
Gluten-Free Kids’ Recipes — This is a recipe blog where I post my food concoctions. They’re often simple recipes for things people take for granted, like gravy, chicken soup, tuna melts, and ranch dressing. But when you’re on a special diet, it’s those easy-peasy things that you miss most. So if you know anybody who eats gluten-free and/or dairy free, please tell them about my site. They’ll be glad you did!
Korean Drama Reviews in English — Anyone who knows me personally will tell you that I speak several languages. Right now, I’m learning Korean. And what I enjoy most about South Korea are the gorgeous, captivating, elegantly filmed dramas that come from that country. Whenever I finish watching a Korean Drama on Dramafever, I’ll review it in English, offering AMA-style movie ratings, snippets about the actors, and links to various places on the web where you can watch it.
Well, I hope I get to see everyone online! Don’t feel obligated to follow me everywhere. (I hope you’re not a stalker; if you are, this post will make your job easier!) I just love to link up with other writers, in particular, and this is one good way to do it.