Monday, August 16, 2010

With a Little Help From My Friends

I'm working hard today, so I'm going to hook you up with a few of my blogger friends who posted some good stuff last week.

First, I suggest you first-time authors who are facing the horror of public speaking as you promote your new release read mystery author Cricket McRae's Saturday post at Hearth Cricket, Who Would Have Thought?

And then there are the book signings that don't go according to plan. Stephen Tremp describes one of those in When Things Go Really, Really, Really Bad at Breakthrough Blogs.

Eric W. Trant has a blog called Digging With the Worms. His entertaining Saturday post was Writing Tips I Learned From My Kids.

To end with a good laugh, I always want you to visit L. Diane Wolfe's The Sunday Sillies at Spunk on a Stick to see her latest silly kitties. I don't have a cat, but these photos always make me wish I did.

11 comments:

welcome to my world of poetry said...

Saw the Sunday Smillies but will take a look at the others,

Have a great day.
Yvonne.

Margot Kinberg said...

Patricia - Thanks much for these links! I'm about to go check them out. Have a productive day!

Hart Johnson said...

Thanks for the links, Patricia! I can use a few of these!

Stephen Tremp said...

I like Diane's Sunday Silliess to. ANd thanks for the shout out. Yeah, that was a pretty crappy day. Things go bad sometimes. I can handle that. Nut when people get up and walk out .... that's a really bad day.

Stephen Tremp

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Thanks for the links!

Clarissa Draper said...

Some great links. THanks for posting.

CD

Jemi Fraser said...

Thanks for the links - these are great people!

KarenG said...

Thanks for the links. I had missed Stephens, I'll go check it out.

Jane Kennedy Sutton said...

These links all sound interesting…there are so many other things I need to be doing…OK, so what can ten more browsing minutes hurt?

Medeia Sharif said...

I'll check out the links. Have a wonderful week.

Talli Roland said...

Thanks for the links! I love Diane's Sunday Sillies too!