So, why a blog cafe? Well, I have two books that I would like to sell to a publisher in 2009. I promised my husband that I wouldn't write any more books until I had an agent. But since I can't *not* write, I thought I'd build a blog for people to read my stuff and so I don't spontaneously combust. I look at a blog or any creative outlet really (and children) like this: It's a bubble I created with my breath. Once it's complete, it takes on a shape all its own and floats through the world for others to experience. If you like what you read and think someone else you know might enjoy the experience of it, then please pass it along by clicking the envelope at the bottom of the article you like. You can send it to your friend from there.
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Thanks for stopping by! Please go to the archive list above to browse titles of my work. If you read something you like, look for the related stories link below the story for my suggestions on other articles that you may also like. It's kinda like your own personal story shopper!
TIP JAR. Thanks!
Not Me Monday
Tuesday - What I Learned
Tuesday - Gratituesday
Wednesday - Works for Me
Things I love Thursday
Thousand Words Thursday
Thata Mom - Thursdays
Thursday - Thanksgiving Thursday
Friday - Hooked on Houses
Friday - Show us where u live
Friday - Photo Phinish
Friday - A Beautiful Life
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I wanted to share an advertorial I did for a local business. If you or someone you know does advertising and may be looking for a fresh way to catch some eyes in an ad placement, then please pass this along and/or email me. Something like this would run about $50 depending on the level of circulation. This ran in print for the Narcoossee Navigator which has a three zip code circulation of about 10,000 homes.