Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Blogs of the week

Our recent feature is "Blogs of the Week." Each week, we feature a reader blog (which has to be sent to us) and an author blog (which can either be sent to us, or we'll pick one at random). Please check out the blogs we are sharing. We're sure the bloggers would love some friendly comments on their posts or a follow.

Important: We are no longer taking submissions for blogs, as we are trying to phase out this feature. Thank you for participating and sharing your blogs with us, as well as visiting the blogs that have been shown here.


....Kodjo Deynoo Poetry (K.D)

"Social commentary, poetry and words, rants, chit chat, blah blah blah and typos/finding the connection between the dots.- ._.-._.-._.------- Sometimes I make sense /those are bad days/sometimes I am funny/ those are good days/ sometimes it's dots and lines/ find the silver lining, your own meaning."


The Writer's Cocoon

A formal floral designer, Stephanie Haefner tossed her floral knife and stem wrap to follow her dream of becoming a published author. Before she embarked on her career in the floral industry, she was at a crossroads deciding between Floriculture Merchandising and Journalism as a college major. The floral detour lasted only so long (10 years, to be exact) and she once again found desire in creating written word, no longer feeling a connection with the flowers she had come to know so well. She started a true love affair with fiction and can easily lose herself in the worlds she creates.

Always the lover of romantic comedies, love and laughter seem to be ever present in her stories. Stephanie pulls her characters through a range of emotions, the reader hitching along for the roller coaster ride! If she can make someone laugh on one page and cry on another, her story is complete!

Stephanie is married and has a daughter and son. She enjoys dance class, scrapbooking and golf and when her life allows, date night with the hubby for dinner and a romantic comedy movie!

Her latest novel is "Karma Kameleon." You can find her on Facebook and Twitter.

1 comment:

Aging Ophelia said...

What a shame I'm just finding you all when you're phasing out a cool feature! C'est la vie, it's a time of enormous change everywhere, isn't it?

Enjoying the backlog of posts I've missed...

Peace, Mari