I took a one day break from Sunday Stills to celebrate the Independence Day holiday. My good friend Marsha is busy with her new property as they prepare to get it ready for its new AirB&B status! So I offered to return the favor to host her weekly blog feature Writers Quotes Wednesday Writing Challenge … Continue reading Writer’s Quotes Wednesday Writing Challenge: Writer’s Choice or Culture
These blue hydrangeas have inspired me to share their loveliness for not only two photo challenges today, but to introduce a daily journal challenge for the month of July. Journaling in July Journaling has been a challenge for me most of my adult life. I did keep a journal when I was between 18-20 years … Continue reading Celebrate #Blue with Flowers
I am pleased to share my review of Toni Pike’s book, The Rock of Magus: Code Red in the Vatican, the second in the Jotham Fletcher Mystery Thriller series. About the Author: Toni Pike is the author of The Jotham Fletcher Mystery Thriller Series: “The Magus Covenant,” “The Rock of Magus,” and “The Magus Epiphany.” … Continue reading Book Review of Toni Pike’s The Rock of Magus
I am very humbled and happy to share Author Tina Frisco’s post of her book review of my eBook, Better Blogging with Photography.
I love the fact that other bloggers share and promote each others’ works by buying, reading, reviewing and sharing. Without “blogging” I would never have considered writing and self-publishing my own book. Watch for my book reviews later this week.
Although I don’t own a smart phone or digital camera (yet!), I’m very interested in photography for many reasons, not the least of which is to generate my own photos for use on my blog. I’m so impressed by Terri Webster Schrandt‘s book, Better Blogging with Photography, that a digital camera has just moved to the top of my Absolutely Have to Purchase bucket list! Read on and learn why…
Purchase Better Blogging with Photography HERE
My 5-Star Review
A Gem of a Little Guidebook
If you’re considering using photos on your blog to generate readership/sales, or simply to make your website more attractive and appealing, reading this book will ignite your enthusiasm and give you the tools needed to begin.
Terri Webster Schrandt has condensed her knowledge of photography and blogging into a terrific little resource guide.Better Blogging with Photography
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I am pleased to share my review of Have Bags, Will Travel, written by fellow blogger and author, D.G. Kaye. About the Author Canadian D.G. Kaye is a non-fiction writer of memoirs about life experiences, matters of the heart and women's issues. She is the author of five books to date: Conflicted Hearts, Meno-What? A … Continue reading My Book Review of Have Bags, Will Travel
It is with great pleasure I share this review of The Heart Stone Chronicles: Part 1, The Swamp Fairy, by Author Colleen M. Chesebro. But first, let us go back over two years ago, when I first met Colleen in Fall 2014. Her blog was then called “Silver Threading.” She introduced readers to The Swamp … Continue reading My Book Review of The Heart Stone Chronicles: Part 1, The Swamp Fairy
If we were having coffee today, I would share with you my review of a fabulous new book from one of my favorite bloggers! To me there is nothing like enjoying a few moments with a hot beverage while reading a good book. Let me introduce you to Hugh Roberts, blogger at Hugh’s Views and … Continue reading Glimpses Book Review and Author Round-Up
I am honored to be a guest author on DG Kaye's Guest Author Friday feature today! She is a prolific author with many books. Please visit Debby's website for the rest of the article! Originally written and published on: http://dgkayewriter.com/book-terri-webster-schrandt-blogging-photography/
After several weeks of cobbling together a couple of blog posts and a whole lot more information, I can proudly share that my first self-published e-book, Better Blogging with Photography: Maximize Your Blog Using Your Own Images, hit the Amazon Kindle store! I want to thank the Academy…woops, wrong dream! Seriously, I want to acknowledge … Continue reading I Am a Self-Published Author!
I just spent a fabulous weekend at a blogger's conference in Las Vegas. I am truly inspired by the incredible bloggers who are published authors or are living their dreams through their online businesses. I share this post from a year ago as a testament to writing personal essays using our deepest emotions to tell a … Continue reading I Lost My Oreo
Imagine my excitement when Hugh Roberts asked me to write a guest post and be his featured blogger for March. I stand in very good company with previous guest bloggers whom I have followed because of the nature of the content they share. If you've been a reader of Hugh’s blog long enough, not only … Continue reading How Writing Built My Blog
After a rare rain storm in La Ventana, this sunrise greeted us. Divorce is never good. I put something into place 20 years ago this month…my separation and subsequent divorce. It has taken 20 years to pay this penance. I got married for the first time at the ripe old age of 20. My husband … Continue reading My Penance is Paid