Hello campbellsworld visitors.
This morning while scrolling through blog posts of which I am addicted, I ran across the Getting To Know You Sunday Magazine.
After copying the URL to that post and sending out to all my totally talented Tell-It-To-The-World Marketing clients so they could write to Sally and let her get to know them,I read and shared today’s post.
Once that was done I copied down all the most excellent questions Sally has to choose from so I can work on picking five of them out and sending the answers to her after I think about and write them down.
Once that was done I had a thought. Now, thinking is something I try not to do too much of because it can be dangerous.
I thought that I’d copy all the URLS from previous posts Sally has done here on other authors, etc.
Some of these I’ve read. Some I’ve maybe even shared in the past. Some I have not.
I invite and encourage you to have a look.
Why have I done this?
Because I think sharing each other’s information is important. There is a lot of competition out there. I am among that competition.
I feel that we must support each other.
If you enjoy this I hope you’ll share it.
Maybe some of you reading are looking for someone new on your blog.
Maybe some of you are looking for help with promoting yourselves. I am a Social Media PA.
You may email me at: email@example.com if you’re interested in learning more.
In the meantime, please enjoy and share the following.
John Rieber, broadcaster and travel writer is no stranger to the blog as he has contributed a number of wonderful travel posts to the Archive series
Poet Ritu Bhathal
I enjoyed meeting Ritu Bhathal at last year’s Bloggers Bash in London. And it was fantastic to be there when she won the Best Overall Blog Award 2017. You can find out more about her debut poetry collection Poetic Rituals later in the post.
Blogger and supporter of the artsThe Militant Negro
My guest today is the generous, forthright and passionate advocate for civil liberties, The Militant Negro™. You will find the arts, poetry, fiction as well as down to earth and compelling documentation of the the many civil rights violations that are part of all our cultures.
Poet and author Balroop Singh
This week my special guest is author, poet, book reviewer and blogger Balroop Singh. Balroop is a wonderful supporter of other writers and I have been delighted to share her insightful and constructive reviews for authors in the Cafe and Bookstore.
Cookery Columnist and writer Carol Taylor.
Delighted to have been working with Carol Taylor for the last year with two series, Cook From Scratch and the Food and Cookery Column..what a lovely person.
Author and broadcaster Lucinda E. Clarke
It is my pleasure to welcome author Lucinda E. Clarke this morning for the Getting to Know You interview. Born in Dublin but officially a citizen of the world, Lucinda has been a professonal writer for over twenty years and had also run her own production company in Africa.
Author Billy Ray Chitwood
Billy Ray Chitwood is an Appalachian hill boy from east Tennessee, Billy Ray Chitwood has family roots that go back to tenth century England and a hamlet just north of London called Chetwode.
Author D.Wallace Peach
My guest this morning is author Diana Wallace Peach who enchants and enthralls young readers with her fantasy and science fiction series. Apart from YA novels, Diana has recently written and illustrated her first children’s book.