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Mab Libs Writer’s Series: Stephanie Ullman

Continuing on with the Mab Libs Writer’s Series is our next guest, Stephanie Ullman. You’ll be happy to know Stephanie and I are great IRL friends; in fact we were even roommates for three years in London, Ontario (otherwise known as the glory days). She is an aspiring PR Pro and also a newbie blogger on My Fifteen Minutes.

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Writer’s Mad Libs Series: Amanda DiPasquale

This next writer and I actually go way back (yup, we know each other IRL!). I met Amanda DiPasquale as an undergraduate student at Western when we both discovered we were from the same suburban bubble North of Toronto. From then our paths have crossed numerous times, and I have been happy to support her blog venture from the beginning. Here is what she has to say:

Name: Amanda DiPasquale

Occupation: PR Account Coordinator/Blogger

Blog/Twitter: http://notamodelblog.com @notamodelblog

 

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Writer’s Mad Libs Series: Mackenzie Aderman

The Mad Libs Writer’s Series is officially underway! Our next participant is Mackenzie Aderman, a frequent contributor to wellrounded.me.

Occupation: Student by day, Online Fundraising Associate for the New International Center of Diverse Artists by night and Aspiring Novelist in between

Blog: http://musingsbymackenzie.tumblr.com Twitter: @mackenzieadermn

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Mad Libs Writer’s Series: Cassandra Jowett

First up in our Writer’s Mad Libs Series is Talent Egg’s Cassandra Jowett. I’ve been working with Cassandra for almost three years now, but funny enough we have actually never met each other in real life! Here she is to share some of her writing insight.

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Writer’s Mad Libs Series

Mad Libs (from ad lib, a spontaneous improvisation) is a phrasal template word game where one player prompts another for a list of words to substitute for blanks in a story. The game is especially popular with American children and is frequently played as a party game or pastime.

I’ve been looking for some new ways to have fun and incorporate contributors to my blog, and I finally decided on something really cool!

I came across this Fashion Blogger Mad Libs Series on The Fashionist and thought it would be a great concept to apply to writers. So in the next little while I will be posting my own version of the every popular Mad Libs which have been filled out by writers and bloggers whom I admire and think you could learn a lot from. I hope this series will inspire and entertain you. And of course, if you know someone who would be perfect for this series (maybe you?) please be in touch!


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