This series is an opportunity to showcase posts from around our community and the brilliant bloggers who share with us. It would be amazing if you would follow the links to the post I have highlighted and whilst visiting follow and support the blogger.
The first post is another of D.G. Kaye (Debby Gies) Q &A and last week it was with debut memoir author Marian Longenecker Beaman. This is a wonderful opportunity to showcase your work and I know that Debby is getting booked up.. so head over and ask if she can fit you in before Christmas (sorry about mentioning that word!).
Welcome to my Q & A Interview Series and book Promotion. I am delighted to be interviewing writer, blogger, and newly published author, Marian Beaman. Marian has very recently published her debut book – Mennonite Daughter, her memoir, which I highly recommend. Marian grew up as a Mennonite girl while all the while yearning to shed her plain Mennonite clothes for a more stylish and fancier wardrobe. Her book takes us through her strict upbringing to her eventual emancipation from the norms she grew up with while still keeping the faith.
Head over to find out more about Marian and her recently published memoir Mennonite Daughter: https://dgkayewriter.com/q-a-with-d-g-kaye-interview-with-featured-author-marian-beaman/
Catch up with Debby’s Travel Column here every month: https://smorgasbordinvitation.wordpress.com/the-travel-column-with-d-g-kaye/
The next post is from Jane Sturgeon and a lovely reminder how important it is to have people around you that love and support you..
The Wind Beneath Our Wings
I saw an oldie but goodie this morning and it made me chuckle. Thank you, Debby and Sally. ❤
Women are angels and when someone breaks our wings, we simply continue to fly, on a broomstick. We’re flexible like that!
Yesterday I played hookey and went with lovely friends to visit a wonderful converted old mill in Flintshire, North Wales, where all the stone buildings are filled with yarn, fabrics and craft supplies. There is also a restaurant selling yummy homemade food on-site, which will not come as a surprise to any of you.
The day was filled with support for each other while we chose the things we needed for future projects, bounced ideas around and at times were bent double with laughter. Plus, there was a sale on, so the bargains we found were a bonus.
Head over to read the rest of this lovely post: https://janesturgeon.wordpress.com/2019/10/09/the-wind-beneath-our-wings
Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Jane- sturgeon/e/B07X251GLP/ – Blog: https://janesturgeon.wordpress.com/about-me/ – Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jane.sturgeon.397 – Twitter: https://twitter.com/JaneSturgeon3
The next post is part two of a guide to the Gutenberg Editor that Colleen Chesebro has now been testing for us over the last few months. It looks like the classic editor so beloved my millions of us will be put out to pasture by the end of 2021.. so two years left. At some point if we wish to continue blogging here on WordPress we will be using Gutenberg… so no better person to talk us through it than Colleen with her detailed guide. I have bookmarked.
The Basics of Gutenberg Part Two
Don’t let the new WordPress Editor Scare You!
I hope you all found the time to create a test blog where you can experiment and play with the Gutenberg editor basics. Not sure what I’m talking about? Click HERE to read the first post.
I was thrilled to learn that some of you jumped right in and created your test blog so you could experiment with the new editor. When I first started blogging in 2014, the very first blogger to follow me was E.C.
Here are her comments from the first post:
Thanks for posting this. This is the first I’d heard of a date they’d plan to end my blogging comfort and joy discontinue the old Classic Editor. Thanks for trying to help make the changes for me and other like me, easier. I really appreciate it. Thanks so much.
Update: I went and made a test blog and tried the new editor.
It’s going to take some time for me to get used to it. But it’s not nearly as scary as I had feared. Thanks for suggesting making a test blog. It’s going to be a huge help in getting me comfortable with the new system.
E.C. from Joysofcreating.com
The WordPress editor is here to stay and we must all learn to function in a blogging world filled with blocks of data. Can you do it? Of course, you can!
Head over to read the entire post and follow Colleen’s excellent instructions: https://colleenchesebro.com/2019/10/09/the-basics-of-using-the-gutenberg-editor-part-two/
Thank you for dropping in today and I hope that you will head over to read these posts in full.. thanks Sally