Good evening everyone!
Well, usually I blog during the day but I got busy doing housework, mopping, sweeping, dusting, doing laundry…hey look at me, I’m Cinderella! 🙂 Seriously, I love my beautiful home and my beautiful family so I don’t mind the work at all.
I have received A LOT of positive feedback and response on my CALL FOR AUTHORS for my February blog interview swap! Thank you to everyone who responded!
I have several awesome authors lined up for next month and one will be doing a guest blog! I am learning more about guest blogging and I may be trying it here soon. What do you think?
So, I am putting the call out for March and beyond! If you missed the original blog (you naughty biscuit) what I am doing is an interview swap. I interview you and you interview me. How hard is that? 🙂
As writers/authors we all need exposure and need to get our name in front of everyone, the world, the Universe! So, I thought if we can all stick together and help one another out with interviews and guests blogs, well then by golly let’s do it!
So put on your thinking caps and email me and let’s get you scheduled for March!!!
Also, I want to thank everyone who has been following my blog. I don’t know how to thank you or respond to your follows on here (is there a button)! Duh! I am still trying to figure it all out but I wanted to say THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! 🙂
Don’t forget to check out my latest book, THE RAINBOW WON’T WAIT!
THE RAINBOW WON’T WAIT
A dying mother’s advice for the obstinate daughter she is leaving behind.
When the author lost her mother in 2006, she could have been a better daughter. She tried to be the daughter that her mother wanted and needed at this time of sorrow but she didn’t know how to be that person.
In a collection of short pieces of advice, the author has put together words of comfort and wisdom that her Cherokee mother gave her over the years. She never knew at the time, that this advice would help her as she took care of a dying parent. It also served as a catalyst to help her regain her footing after a series of tragedies following her mother’s death, left her in a crippling, suicidal depression for three years.
A story of hope, inspiration and how a briar of a child became the flower that her mother always dreamed of…but died before she got a chance to see her bloom.
Now available in eBook on Amazon.com for only $1.99!
If you don’t have a Kindle that’s okay! You can go to my author profile and download it right onto your computer for the same price!
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“Life begets life. Energy creates energy. It is by spending oneself that one becomes rich.”
– Sarah Bernhardt