Twitterific Writing Links

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by Elizabeth S. Craig, @elizabethscraig

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8 thoughts on “Twitterific Writing Links

  1. I look forward to this list all week. I know I’ve been MIA from social media for a while (my kids dad died) he had cancer, but we thought we had more time with him. He was only 50. The last six months have been grueling and painful for my family. So, while I haven’t made much of an online appearance, I stil look forward to and read just about every single one of your recommended weekly links. I haven’t had the time to leave personal comments or to even write on my own blog. I’ve seldom had time to write at all. It’s been hard preparing my children for their dad’s death. So many people consider it a blessing to know when a family member is going to die. They believe it gives you such a wonderful opportunity to make sure you leave no words left unsaid and that the person dying has time to take care of all lose ends – financially and emotionally. I suppose that’s true, but it’s a catch 22, because you also mourn their death long before they die and then again when they die. When someone dies suddenly you only mourn once. I guess it’s a trade off. You get a benefit and detriment with both. Either way, death is death and losing someone you love is so hard. Sorry for all that. I just wanted to let you know that through all my sadness, grief and unbearable months, I looked forward to your weekly posts as a way of temporarily taking my mind off the agonizing pain we were all enduring. So, thank you again for the hard work you put into your weekly Twitterrific posts.
    Melissa @
    Sugar Crime Scene

    1. That’s way too young to die. I’m so sorry…I can’t imagine how tough that was to handle as a parent. I’d never thought of knowing about a death in advance as losing the loved one more than once–that makes so much sense and would be so heart-wrenching.

      I’m so glad that the weekly roundups offered you a brief respite from your pain. Sending you hugs and best wishes for your writing.

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