We live at a time when friendship has become both- all and nothing at all! How many friends do you admit you really have? 5 or 500? I invite you to take out a minute and read “Friendship and Facebook” on my blog.
Thank you Michelle for welcoming me to bookblogs. I'm just getting back into the swing of things after the holidays. I'm now following your blog. Please feel free to check mine out as well at celticadlx.blogspot.com!
thanks for the greeting. and merry christmas to you. i don't blog myself, but i'll take a look at your blog. i've just released a book and have come here to see if i could find some bloggers who are interested in the genre (although the book doesn't really fit into any genre) :)
rhino history, other lies and all that jazz (99 cents for the 99 per cent – 70k words) is a weird hybrid of political history, fiction, gonzo journalism and defamation. it is at the same time both light and dark humor, funarchist philosophy and an epic farce. stylistically it's a mash-up that will annoy literary conservatives to no end. this may be a little self inflated, but it's kinda like queen's classic "bohemian rhapsody" in how quickly and drastically it changes pace and direction.
if you do happen to know of bloggers who have a taste for very strange political humor, and could point me to them, i'd be very appreciative.
i know that's all very cryptic, so you might get a better understanding of just what i'm on about by going here.
if you've never heard of the rhino party, here's the wiki page, but don't take it literally, because it was written by people who just don't know rhino.
Thanks for the welcome. ~^_^~ I looked at your blog and followed. Just perusing around Book Blogs a bit before hitting the sack... long night at work. Please check out my blog when you get a chance. Hope you have a good day.
Ah, thanks Michelle for your greeting from Beattle land. Your blog is wonderfully laid out, so peaceful and welcoming..I like your style. I was led here on Twitter and am not sure if I can spend the time and effort it will take to give this place it's due. All the welcomes I've received are mind boggling, I spend a lot of time in the eBooks groups on Linkedin trying to market my memoir on classic TV. I'm a classic old man trying to make my first memoir that reviewers say reads like a novel succeed. Again do what you're doing it's a winner!
Hi Michelle, thanks for the welcome. I'm sure I'll love it here. I'll check out your blog and give you a follow. I'd love it if you follow me back at http://novel-moments.blogspot.com/. I look forward to networking. Liz
I will need time to find my way around here! So much to look at and take in. I am visitng blogs to see if anyone is interested in my book and to find out what people are up to. Thank you for the greeting!
I just read your post on your blog about Little Women and I tried to leave a comment but, unfortunately, the comment form wasn't working.
Little Women was one of my all-time favourite books as a child. I read Jo's Boys and Good Wives too and absolutely adored them. Jo was definitely my favourite character. I loved her tomboyish ways and rebellious streak. Thank you for writing this post. It's given me a little trip down memory lane. Ahh, nostalgia...