Our lovely Geoff Le Pard of TanGental is about to publish his latest strike, a sequel of his book Dead Flies which will be free in Kindle for a download between October 30th and November 3rd.
I feel honored to support his new release with a guest post. So let’s let Geoff tell us how he got to write The Last Will of Sven Andersen: Read more ›
Hi, friends, when you are reading this post I am already burying my toes in Egyptian sand, hiding in the shade, reading a book (OMG, I am finally reading a book again🎉), swimming, simply enjoying the sweetness of life. Read more ›
Congratulations to all winners!
It’s the end of another year of the Annual Bloggers Bash. Thank you to everyone who nominated, voted and promoted the bash.
Remember winners will receive a £10 Amazon voucher as well as certificate and the logo to use on their blog.
To the winners…
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Our friend Rob of Robert M. Goldstein invited his readers to participate. A love the idea about this challenge. We are talking nicely about others and value a lot about them but when it comes to ourselves… So, if you have a few minutes then please write down 10 beautiful things about you.
In honor of the creator of this challenge I will use the original words: Read more ›
My dear blog sister, Ritu of But I Smile Anyway, tagged me to take part in this wonderful challenge. Although, I have not even had time to go for my own regular posts this week, how could I resist a quote challenge? Most of all when invited by my sis. So thank you very much for tagging me, Ritu! Read more ›
I am excited to share the news that the voting for The 2019 Annual Bloggers Bash Awards has started. Please take a look at this post
and leave your votes for your favorite blogs. Like every year, the choice is not easy. Read more ›
Now look, isn’t it amazing how many wonderful blogs are nominated? I am looking forward to the voting!!
After two months of nominations, here are the final list of nominees for the Annual Bloggers Bash Awards 2019!
It’s certainly been an interesting process. Based on the enormous amount of feedback we received last year, we decided to change the categories to ensure that they were less ambiguous and provided an opportunity for the blogging community to receive some recognition for their efforts within the online world in suitable categories. As with anything, some of you were happy about this, while others weren’t. We have tried our best to accommodate as many categories as we possibly could, and in the end had to merge some of them due to just two or three nominations in individual categories at the end of the nomination period.
With a large percentage of our audience being book bloggers and authors, it was inevitable that the book category would be the most popular, but…
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I am very happy and excited to announce that my blog has been nominated for the Best Personal Development Blog. Read more ›