Saturday Stop Over on #SocialMediaMonday featuring author’s Lynda McKinney Lambert and Annie Chiappetta #GuestPost #Podcast

Saturday Stop Over on #SocialMediaMonday featuring author’s Lynda McKinney Lambert and Annie Chiappetta #GuestPost #Podcast

Good #SocialMediaMonday to you All.

Just a bit ago, author Annie Chiappetta stopped by with an announcement about her latest book. Now, here’s author and artist Lynda McKinney Lambert with a sweet post which also features Annie.

I was taking the day off on Saturday and missed this post, so here it is now for your enjoyment.

I must say, it does my heart good to see my clients sharing one another’s work.

Saturday Stopover is a special feature that celebrates people and places that you will really enjoy learning about. Presented by Lynda McKinney Lambert, owner of Walking by Inner Vision Blog.
Today special guest is an interview and poetry reading podcast – by Lisa Tomey on her Prolific Pulse Poetry Podcast. She is interviewing Annie Chiappetta, author.

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Lynda Lambert | April 10, 2021 at 2:02 am | Tags: art, Blindness, education, Essays, Inspiration, Memoirs, Poems | Categories: Art, Saturday Stopover | URL:

Lynda McKinney Lambert and Annie Chiappetta are contributors of The Writer’s Grapevine Magazine.


  1. It is always a pleasure for me to do a surprise article for outstanding people in a variety of special posts in the fine arts and literary excellence. I love doing the Saturday Stopover posts when I find unique places and people that I want to share with the world. Thanks for passing this along to others on your blog, Patty. I think that reciprocity is the most valuable thing we can do as writers.

    1. Good morning Lynda.

      I hope all is well in your world. Here, I am slaving away with the Grapevine and have just come up for air to dig through some email after having had an early lunch break.

      I agree with your belief that sharing one another’s work is one of the most important things we can do. Sadly not nearly enough people hold to this belief. I for one, have stopped following a lot of people who never do this.

      Thanks for all you do and all you are.


      Patty L. Fletcher lives in Kingsport Tennessee where she works full time as a Writer with the goal of bridging the great chasm which separates the disAbled from the non-disAbled. She is Also a Social Media Marketing Assistant.

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