Hello Everyone! Guess what day it is? It's Freebie Friday, of course and I've got a beloved book to offer you for free today only! Get your free copy of Adventurous Alex: What Can I Be? Here In the second book in the series, When I grow up, Alex explores the various career options that… Continue reading Freebie Friday- Adventurous Alex: When I Grow Up
Carolina’s Meet and Greet Fridays are back for one day only! Meet interesting bloggers, leave your link and have fun. Don’t miss out!
Majestic Ocean – Photo ©Carolina Russo
“Remembering” MEET and GREET Fridays…
today after a long time I decided to host a Meet and Greet Friday….just for today!
At times I miss this event that we enjoyed for far long, so today I feel to host a session of Meet And Greet in remembrance of the great two years of weekly Meet And Greets we had during the 2015 and 2016 I know that my long time bloggers friends remember how each Friday we used to get together here on my Blog open to connect with other bloggers.
❤ I am very happy that today you found your way here again and especially if is your first time on my Blog, welcome and thank you for stopping by!
Meet and Greet is a time to connect with new and old Blogs!
If you would like to introduce your Blog, meet other…
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Join in the fun at Urban Poetry’s Meet and Greet. Make some new friends and share your link.
Let’s Connect! Meet and Greet
Welcome to our 2nd WordPress Meet-Up.
I’m hoping to create a casual common ground; where we can
meet and share connections, and maybe more.
I will keep doing this from time to time,
and these will offer an awesome opportunity for
“bloggers who are quite active on WordPress” to connect.
If you’re interested in “meeting up” with new bloggers
or just meeting new people.
Here’s your chance to connect with them.
For all bloggers; I encourage you to use this as a place to “Promote Your Blog“. Whether you have a fashion, food, photography, nature, poetry blog, or a video, eBook blog. Or you might just want to post the cover of your book and link. This is the place!
Below in the Comment Section:
- Leave your name. Mine is Linda J. Wolff! What’s yours!
- Leave your Full Blog…
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This is a post I wrote before my step-daughter's tenth birthday last year. Birthdays seem to occur in a string in our family. My son kicks it off in October and it continues into April with my Gran's birthday. Since my step-daughter lives back home in South Africa we send her care packages quite often.… Continue reading #ThrowbackThursday: Tween Girl Gift Basket Ideas
Join in on the fun over at Danny’s Meet and Greet at Dream Big Dream Often.
It’s the Meet and Greet weekend everyone!! Strap on your party shoes and join the fun!
Ok so here are the rules:
- Leave a link to your page or post in the comments of this post.
- Reblog this post. It helps you, it helps me, it helps everyone!
- Edit your reblog post and add tags.
Feel free to leave your link multiple times! It is okay to update your link for more exposure every day if you want. It is up to you!
- Share this post on social media. Many of my non-blogger friends love that I put the Meet n Greet on Facebook and Twitter because they find new blogs to follow.
See ya on Monday!!
Bliss is defined as perfect happiness or great joy and who wouldn’t want to attract more of that if they could? It’s becoming more difficult to focus on the positive things in life these days, especially with all the negativity circulating in the media and other platforms. We are constantly bombarded with these messages that… Continue reading Soulful Sunday: How To Be More Blissful
A helpful post by Smorgasbord on How can we engage more readers to leave reviews for our books.
I am very keen to make reviews a prominent feature of the book promotions and encourage readers to review the books that they buy and enjoy, or not as the case may be.
Word of mouth is still the most powerful marketing tool that anyone who is selling a product benefits from. Authors are no different, and our books tend to be judged by the number and quality that they have received.
Part of the problem is that those who are not writers of books or blogs are uncomfortable in offering reviews and feel that what they have to say is not important. Many who do review a book, leave just one line after their star rating, simply saying that the reader enjoyed or disliked a book, but they do not elaborate.
That is obviously very welcome. But whilst a potential reader does not want to read three pages filled…
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Join in on the fun and get creative by writing a 1000 word or less story that ties in with the given theme word and genre. If this sounds like something you might be interested in visit Blog Battle for more details.
Here are the theme words and genres in preparation for April’s battles!
April 4th THEME WORD: Surfer
GENRE: Fantasy Fantasy – fiction with strange or otherworldly settings or characters; fiction which invites suspension of reality Please visit the BATTLE GENRE page for a full list of subcategories. Challenge yourself! Try something new. 🙂 This Week’s Suggestion: Legend – story, sometimes of a national or folk hero, that has a basis in fact but also includes imaginative material
- THEME WORD: Pirate
- GENRE: Crime/Detective
- THEME WORD: Bribery
- GENRE: FREE CHOICE!
- For possible ideas, visit the BATTLE GENRE page for a full list of subcategories.
- Challenge yourself! Try something new.
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Do you like pinatas? Does it remind you of your childhood? Then you should take a look at this adorable Mini Pinata Pencil Topper tutorial by my friend Tabi over at Busy Bee Blog. She has the most adorable items and spending time on her blog just makes you feel happy.
I don’t know if you’ll remember back a while ago, when I posted a tutorial on how to make a Mini Piñata– well I decided to bring Peter the Piñata, this time as Pippa Piñata! How cute is she? 😉
This little one sits snugly on your pencil too- I absolutely adore her, and I am going to be using her as a pencil topper for a loong time! So I am so glad I can share how to make her with you all, I hope you enjoy!
DIY Mini Pippa the Piñata Pencil Topper
Allow time: 1-2 hours, depending on how fast glue dries!
You Will Need:
- Card (e.g cereal box)
- Masking tape/selotape
- PVA Glue
- Tissue paper (I used pink, blue and purple)
- Washi tape (optional)
- Black card/paper
- Foam/stuffing/sponge (optional)
How to Make it…
First, use a pencil to draw out a piñata/donkey…
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