Yeah, it kind of does matter. But, on either browser you should still be able to disable it. Photoshop, is definitely harder. It took us like 2 full classes, to learn how to use it. It's not so much Photoshop itself, that's hard. More like, the functions, and features in it. But once you learn how to use it, you can do SOO much with it. There's a bunch of tutorials online that you can look at, or you can always ask us.
Love that song! We sang that for our concert last year lol. yeah we're still sophomores in high school. So technically 2 more years. But 4 more years until we're officially in college. Old? Lol, not even. Doesn't old qualify as 50, and above?
Thanks for the welcome. I'm now following This Girl Reads (I really want to read Flipped, it sounds like a piece of my life!) and Cover to Cover (I, too, judge books by their covers because I have an artist husband who reminds me how important covers are). I really like both of you're blogs! Easy to read, and entertaining. If you're interested, my YA book review blog is www.thebrainfiles.blogspot.com. Thanks!
Sorry, didn't see your comment on our page. Oh, that's weird. To disable it you just right click on the icon and click disable, then enable it again after you've already typed up your review. Wait, actually what browser are you using , because that matters too.
Yeah, Gimp is definitely harder to use. We tried it, but then ended up purchasing Adobe Photoshop, and using Pic Monkey , of course. Lol.
We totally agree, we've still got what like, 4 years? Forever young! (; How old are you ?
Hi, thanks for your welcome; really like the whole concept of your blogs. I have one thing worrying me & wondered if you might help. All the blogs i have read so far on this site are to do with books in one form or other. When i write blogs it tends to be on what the english call "smallholding" as i have a small herd of dairy goats,etc. Is it a good idea for me to share my blogs on here?
Hi Cheyenne. Thanks so much for the warm welcome. I checked out both your blogs and they are great! I am following both of them and I even left a comment on This Girl Reads. Would love if you would check out my blog and follow!
Even at the discount price my book isn't selling. I doubt that I will ever publish another book for a very long time. When you can't afford the thousand dollars they want for publicity they just don't sell.
So, it finally started happening to you? gosh, the spacing is so ridiculous though. I just disabled it, until i after i finish typing the review. Then I, enable it, let it fix my mistakes, and pray that when i click "Preview," the spacing looks normal.
We knew it was Lobster Two! We used the same font, before for one of our buttons. Picnik was like our alternate Photoshop, but we sue PicMonkey now too, it has more features, and is more organized than Picnik was. We're just glad it wasn't completely wiped off the Internet, that would've killed us lol.
Yeah, we got the email, we're working on following the other bloggers :D
Hey Cheyenne, I checked out your blog and by the way I completely agree on your review and recommendation for The Hunger Games. On a side note, I've never seen the movie and I'm completely content with the novel but I've heard the book is better. Anyways, check out my blog if you like [it's so new, but I will be posting much more!]
Thanks for the welcome, It is a great site isn't it? I checked out your blogs they look really interesting. My Blogs need a lot more love I haven't done much with them yet :( http://lindseyjparsons.wordpress.com/ &
Thanks so much for the lovely welcome! I look forward to connecting and sharing with you. Absolutely loving this site! I will be sure to check out your blog...love the concept! Come connect with me on www.theemotionalwoman.blogspot.com, which is a more in depth look inside the life of an independent writer and publisher. As the release of my debut novel, The Emotional Woman: A Novel... approaches, I tend to become more emotional by the minute!
Hi Cheyenne. Thanks so much for the welcome. I'm still trying to learn more about this wonderful website. It's too bad you don't review non-YA books, as I'm looking for reviewers. If you know of anyone who would be interested in my book, Camino de Santiago In 20 Days, please let me know. I wish you the best.