Summer Blog Hop Series: Challenge!

Summer Blog Hop Series: CHALLENGE!

This is our third Summer Blog Hop Series, and I want to kick this up a notch. How about it?!

Let’s try and follow a story arc. Let’s try and write our way through the whole arc of our connection with disability, and then let’s gather the posts at the end of the summer series and publish them in a book!

Sound good? Ambitious enough?!

I’m going to include the entire collection of prompts HERE – please make suggestions or tweaks – so that we have time to write the posts in advance or find old posts and re-work the old posts (a practice I highly recommend!)

The links for each week will remain open for two weeks.

You are free to copy and paste the code to host the blog hop yourself!

EVERYONE IS WELCOME

Ready?

So this week, the prompt is:

My Connection with Disability: An Introduction

–  a post about your connection with disability (be it as a parent, a person with a disability, etc)

Let’s go! (FAQ below the link)



 

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 FAQ’s:

 What is a Blog Hop?

A Blog Hop is like a party for blog posts: we set up a space and bloggers come and add the direct URL links to the posts that they have written. Then they get a chance to meet other bloggers by way of visiting the other posts in the Hop

 How do I join?

You join by adding the direct URL link of a post that you want to include in the Hop.

 What if I don’t want to follow the prompt?

That’s fine. Add the link to another post, even if it isn’t the prompt.

 Do I have to do weird link code things?

Nope! All you have to do is drop the link to your post if that’s all you want to do. If you want to do more, you have the option to code the code and add it to your blog so that you yourself are also hosting the Hop. Up to you!

I just started blogging… can I do this?

YES!!!

I blog in a language other than English… is that okay?

Sure – can you add a feature to your blog to translate it to a language we understand? It would be really cool to read more cross-cultural perspectives – thank you for joining

 I don’t feel like writing new posts but I want to join…

How about re-working an older post? Take a blog post you have published on your blog already, look at it with fresh eyes and re-write pieces of it. Then re-publish it.

any other questions? Email me:

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Meriah
Meriah Nichols is teacher and artist who lives in a yurt off the grid. She is deaf, has 3 kids (one with Down syndrome) and a lot of chickens. She writes about travel, disability, and getting dishes done. She likes her tea Earl Grey and hot.
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