Japanese garden in Portland, Oregon.
Japanese garden in Portland, Oregon.
I’m over at Norah Colvin’s blog sharing about my School Days Reminiscences. Please click the link below and head over to read the original post and read the archives of other bloggers’ posts.
Welcome to the School Days, Reminiscences series in which my champion bloggers and authors share reminiscences of their school days. It’s my small way of thanking them for their support and of letting you know about their services and publications.
This week, I am pleased to introduce Miriam Hurdle, poet, blogger, flash fiction writer, photographer, ex-teacher and educator. She blogs at the Showers of Blessings and recently published a book of poems entitled Songs of Heartstrings: Poems of Gratitude and Beatitude.
I first met Miriam at the Carrot Ranch when she rode up and joined in the flash fiction challenges. Since then, we’ve met up in many different places around the blogosphere. Considering she’s been blogging even longer than I; I’m surprised we hadn’t met earlier. We share our thoughts on education and grandchildren, and in fact on anything to do with making our journeys through life the…
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You don’t want to miss this post. A wonderful conversation among the super bloggers who devote their time and energy to help and support the authors.
Hi, all, and welcome to another edition of Lisa Burton Radio. This week is a special edition, because it’s geared to all you authors out there. It might give some good ideas to bloggers who want to host guests too.
Today, I’ve collected a group of power bloggers who host authors on their sites. This gives an author a way to reach a larger audience than they might if they were simply posting about date-night or something. This means when you have a new book to promote, or maybe to give an older title a secondary push.
We’re going to start by addressing the three-hundred-pound gorilla in the room, and I mean that literally. Chris The Storyreading Ape, hosts one of the largest author blogs around. “Did you get my fruit basket, Chris?”
“Yes I did thanks, Lisa – very thoughtful of you to use edible leaves to weave the…
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Sue invite you to be her guest on her 17,000 follower blog. Hop over to read about it. 🙂
“The time has come, the walrus said, to talk of many things…”
At 17.00 every day, I like to publish a guest post, inviting other writers, bloggers, photographers and artists to share their work and their stories. The Daily Echo Blog has just topped the 17,000 followers mark… not a huge readership by global standards, but not a number to be sneezed at either, especially if you have something to share.
Why not be my guest? Read on to find out how…
Have you have had a strange experience or encounter that you would like to share? I am not looking for sensationalism or fictional tales… but in light of the response to recent posts, I think it would be both useful and reassuring to others to realise that none of us are alone in these strange encounters and experiences and perhaps we can open discussion on what they may…
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Cee Neuner is compiling a list of all challenges to be available for all bloggers. If you are a host of any photo or writing challenges and wish to be on the list, please contact her and give her the information. It’s very generous of her to do this. Thank you, Cee!
Since WordPress’s Event page is now out of date and I you can’t add any new challenges to it, I have come up with an idea.
Hosts, if you send me information of your challenge, I will host a page on my blog for all challenges. You can link back to my page so other members can find your challenges or other like it.
Click here to see link where I am setting this up.
Here is the information I would like:
Email me through my contact…
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