This is a really good instruction – I never realised that my WordPress blog wasn’t connected.
Originally posted on ronovanwrites:
This is just a quick reminder to those who my have not given it a thought.
When I am wandering the blogs and see great comments I click on who left those comments. I don’t do that just to see a larger version of a pretty face, or to read a bio, I do it to find the website, their blog. I rarely find a blog and thus miss out on following that person.
- go to your Gravatar.com,
- your profile, then web sites
- and add your blog site
- You can even add your facebook and Twitter or whatever, but PLEASE add your blog site.
Originally posted on Trópico de cáncer:
The Vanishing Faces of African Wildlife – Photographer Fred von Winckelmann and poet Andrew Mercer combine their significant talents to make us think about The Vanishing Faces Of African Wildlife – and the pressing need to preserve their safety and their habitat. We must insist that all endangered species and those who are suffering from human encroachment and poaching are protected.
It is never too late for human beings to become all that we are capable of being: kind – compassionate – forgiving – courageous – loving – moral – just and fair.
Now – 2014 – in this unique, beautiful and precious moment in time – we must stand up together and preserve our planet and the sentient beings with whom we are privileged to share it.
We have a moral responsibility to confront – power – corruption – money – ego and ignorance and to champion those who have…
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Congrats to Janice, and an offer of interviews and reviews for scribblers.
Originally posted on jemsbooks:
Wow, my blog has now received more than 6,500 views!
Thank you all for visiting and viewing my humble blog. I can’t thank you enough!
I will be working hard to provide more interesting posts about talented indie authors, exciting book reviews, news about my own books and travels, writing and publishing and other things that tickle my fancy.
Please keep coming back for more, my friends! I appreciate your support. If you would like to be interviewed on my blog or have a book that needs a review please leave your name and info and I will get back to you as soon as possible. I do have many other books I will be reviewing but I promise to put you on a list. Interviews will work the same way.
Thank you for your continuing support! Blessings to all!
REMEMBER: READING GIVES YOU WINGS TO FLY!
Stock up on some…
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Originally posted on mihran Kalaydjian:
Mihran Kalaydjian with his Musical Band Mino Performing ” Habibi I Love You”
The song in English & Arabic Languages
- Special Guest PitBull
- Habibi I Love You
Music Arrangement – Mino & Ahmad
Produced By RedOne
La Jolla – San Diego
Special Guest – Pitbull
Members of the Musical Group:
Aram Kasabian – Lead Guitar
Sevan Manoukian – Drummer
Hratch Panossian – Bass
Samer Khoury – Violin
Tony Amer – Saxophone
Haim Cohen – KeyBoard
Albert Panikian – Trumpet
Nicole Del Sol – Percussion
Dana Debos – Trombone
My love, I love you,
I need you,
My love sing for me and keep me with you,
My love, I love you,
I need you, my love,
Make me melt in the fire of your love,
The first time I saw you, I changed completely,
I felt something different, I didn’t know what was wrong with…
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Originally posted on Smorgasbord - Variety is the spice of life:
Hi and welcome to this week’s Reblog Saturday. Thank you so much for dropping in and sharing these wonderful posts. I will be adding more throughout the day as I am back and forth between my desk and ‘duties’!
Chris, The Story Reading Ape kindly featured me on his terrific blog. A great supporter of Indie writers and many of us have reason to thank him.
My thanks to the wonderful Gilda Evans for her insightful guest spot last Sunday. Stepping out into the dating game again after a long pause can be daunting but she offers down to earth, realistic advice to get you started.
The Afternoon video directory has been updated with the four I posted this week – swimming with crocodiles, seals and cats – not all at once thankfully.
My guest tomorrow is Jennifer Anderson-Bounds an American author, broadcaster and film maker who wants…
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Originally posted on theowlladyblog:
For 25 years France Hunter has been studying owls, and has discovered five new species around the world. Her work has kept her busy and she never had time for a relationship. She travels with Jason “Doc” Bradley, a former paramedic, and his cousins Tony and Andy Bradley. Now, on her last outing she is joined by a magazine writer, Cathy Birch, and a world famous angler, John Sinclair, who has also dedicated his life to his field.
As the small caravan travels to the Amazon river France falls and severely injures her left arm. Against Doc’s recommendation to turn back, she pushes on. This is her last trip and she wants to go to the place where she found her first new owl.
While fishing a blue-ringed owl lands on John’s canoe and looks down the river to where France’s group is, and then looks back at him…
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