Rough day today people! But, tonight, I’m reclining on my sofa with my trusted lapstop… & the hat I’ve been wearing for days now? Removed and replaced by comfy pillows & a warm cup of herbal strawberry hibiscus tea. I can almost feel my feet again…Almost. Because I’m juggling a “day” job and posting on my 3rd blog, I will set aside Mondays for fresh content at each site. If you haven’t visited Clara54’s T Blog, you must finish this post and head right over!
On Monday I’ll be reviewing a book by Yvonne Levert, a writer from Ohio. Yvonne has penned her first Christian Romance story with a surprising twist. I found it to be well worth the read. I’m still debating if this will be a 2 part series for my readers to get to know Yvonne better…
A few congratulatory high-fives going out to my writing compadres:
Marcie Hill for winning 1st place for both of her prosposals submitted to the Blogging While Brown Conference in Los Angeles, California. Marcie could chose only one of her wins so she will be presenting “Live Blogging 101” in July. To congratulate Marcie, visit one of her sites @ www.thewritedesigncompany.com.
My romance writing pal from California actually held a press release for his new ebook in December! Okay, Mark Anthony Hall, better late than never, because it’s all gravy:) Mark’s new release is called LOOKING FOR BARRY-THE 44TH PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA! For highlights go to www.lookingforbarry.com.
I got a bit of good news this week from Karen, one of the editors over at blogher. My Monday’s post, Oprah’s Family Secrets, written after watching The Oprah Winfrey Show introducing the world to her half sister, Patricia, was placed on their homepage & promoted via their Twitter and Facebook pages. At last viewing, the post had garnered over 600 views…Visit http://www.faceback.com/blogher to read it.
Okay, what’s going on in your writer’s world? Spill & I’ll tell it to all the right people:)
P.S. Don’t forget to stop by on Monday to read my book review from first time Author, Yvonne Levert.
- Hibiscus is susceptible to indoor pests: Ask OSU Extension (cleveland.com)