Hello everyone, and Happy #WordPressWednesday!
I hope this post finds you doing super wonderful!
As many know, I’ve my daughter Polly and six grandchildren in from Mississippi this week. So, lots going on in Patty’s World. With that thought in mind, I’ve decided since everyone is out and about this afternoon, I’d set up a post with some of what my totally talented clients are up to. Even though you’re reading this on Wednesday, it’s Tuesday as I am putting this together so, first up on the list of things happening at Tell-It-To-The-World is over on Abbie Johnson Taylor’s blog. Let’s see what she’s got to share…
At three in the morning,
I’m mildly aroused
by the gentle touch of his hand.
He only has one good arm and leg,
still knows how to please me.
As he strokes me,
and I breathe the scent of his sweat,
I purr with anticipation.
But the mood is shattered when he whispers…
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abbiejohnsontaylor | May 11, 2021 at 1:00 am | Tags: Abbie Johnson Taylor, Anticipation, Bedrooms, Caregiving, How to Build a Better Mousetrap, Love, Magnets and Ladders, Poems | Categories: Inspiration, Poetry, Tuesday Tidbit | URL: https://wp.me/p2MNFM-1w0
Next up, author Barbara Spencer’s back over with Sally Cronin on the Smorgasbord Book Café. I must say, I’m proud to see this because the book featured today is incredible. For me, once I began reading, I simply couldn’t put it down. Head on over for a look.
We put a great deal of effort into promoting our new, recent and upcoming books but often our previous releases get sidelined. In this latest series I am offering authors in the Cafe and Bookstore a chance to promote an earlier book (not your most recent) by sharing an excerpt from the book of 500 […]
Smorgasbord – Variety is the Spice of Life. | May 11, 2021 at 10:30 am | Tags: #Fantasy – The Click of a Pebble Tryst with the Devil, (Trilogy, The Children of Zeus Book 1) by Barbara Spencer | Categories: Book Promotion, Smorgasbord cafe and bookstore share an extract | URL: https://wp.me/p3ZnNr-zvn
WOW! I told you things were happening at Tell-It-To-The-World, but Abbie and Barbara have seriously out done themselves.
Speaking of out doing oneself, Casey Mathews from WebFriendlyHelp who just happens to be my right-hand tech taming wiz is here with an incredible blogging tip for you. So, grab a drink and get ready to take blogging up to a whole new level…
Today I’d like to introduce you to the Jetpack. If you have ever used WordPress.com for your blog, you will have used some of the below features without needing to worry about anything, features such as: emailing your posts, setting up a subscription email form, or creating a contact form. These features are provided to you on WordPress.com. However, if you are on a self-hosted site and using the WordPress.org CMS, then you owe it to yourself to take a look at Jetpack.
Many of Jetpack’s features are free, but if you want better security, spam protection, or the ability to drop in payment buttons, then you will want to consider the paid-for options in Jetpack. Tip: you could also get many of the paid-for options via other WordPress plugins that are not affiliated with Jetpack.
Last, but certainly not least, is the fact that Jetpack is accessible. For me, this means that I can use it with my screen reading technology.
I have listed all the features for Jetpack that I could find below. I have numbered them 1 through 52 and have also provided links to the appropriate information about each feature directly from Jetpack. When you activate one of these links you will be taken to Jetpack in a new browser tab. If you close that tab, you will return to this article. This should help make it easy for you to explore features without losing your place in the article. The below information has been taken directly from Jetpack; I’ve just consolidated it for easy access. If you would like me to take a deeper dive into any of these features, please let me know below the article in the comments. Now, hear are all the major features of the Jetpack!
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Well, now we’ve got the information we need to update our blogs to make them the best they can be let’s see what Pennsylvania author and artist Lynda McKinney Lambert is up to…
American poet, Lynda McKinney Lambert, shares one of her prize-winning poems, “Portrait of a Virgo Girl.”
She also shares information on an OPPORTUNITY and Submission Guidelines for poets to enter their work for a new Anthology that will feature international poets.
Lynda Lambert | May 10, 2021 at 4:37 am | Tags: anthology, history, Horoscope, Lynda McKinney Lambert, Poems, Poetry, poetry prize, Proverse (Hong Kong), publication, Season, Spring, submission guidelines, Themes, Virgo | Categories: Poetry | URL: https://wp.me/p4gbwn-2ko
Speaking of Awesome, Abbie’s back with a listening treat for you…
Last month, Patty Fletcher interviewed me on the Talk to TELL-IT-TO-THE-WORLD ACB Community Call. I’m pleased to announce that this interview is now available for your listening pleasure if you didn’t get a chance to attend the live virtual event. Below, you’ll find show notes plus listening information. This is available from a variety of podcast services and you can play it on your Amazon smart speaker. Enjoy!
In this episode, author Abbie Johnson Taylor joins me live in the ACB Community Call Chat to discuss her books, blogging, and more.
We begin with an interview conducted by host Patty Fletcher and continue with Abbie taking questions from the audience. Read more…
abbiejohnsontaylor | April 30, 2021 at 4:03 pm | Tags: Abbie Johnson Taylor, ACB Community Calls, Interviews, Patty Fletcher, Podcasts, Promotion | Categories: Events, Inspiration, Interviews | URL: https://wp.me/p2MNFM-1vp
I must tell you, doing a live interview is quite a blast. So, if you’d like to be a guest on the Talk to Tell-It-To-The-World Marketing ACB Community call make sure to get in touch. Currently I don’t have a guest for the month of May.
Well, my daughter and crew have just come flowing back into the house and they’ve got food. So, this ends my Favorite links of the month. I hope you’ve enjoyed reading as much as I’ve enjoyed putting it together.
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