I have a promote your blog link on my site where I encourage people to leave a link to their blog and a short description about their site or themselves.
These are a few blogs that I would like to feature today
Frank Prem: Frank Prem has been writing poetry as a serious pursuit for in excess of twenty years, and has been published in magazines, e-zines and anthologies, both in Australia and in a number of countries overseas. He has won a number of writing competitions over the journey, and has performed his work in various spoken word venues around Victoria (Australia) and occasionally recorded it.
Julie Sheppard aka Reiko Chinen: After two years of encouragement from a friend I finally began my blog last year. I wanted to use my blog to encourage those who are feeling discouraged. I have faced many battles both physical and emotional. This is why I chose to title my blog “emotionalpeace”,https://emotionalpeace.wordpress.com
It includes art, photography, my writings, Bible study lessons, devotionals, and I also enjoy reblogging other writers posts. I love reading what others have written and getting new perspectives.
Anna Waldherr: I write two blogs: A Lawyer’s Prayers alawyersprayers.com on religion, politics, and social justice; and A Voice Reclaimed avoicereclaimed.com on abuse-related issues. The daughter of immigrants, I was born in New York City and raised in the Bronx. I spent more than 20 years as a personal injury attorney in New York and Pennsylvania. I met broken men and women, the homeless and unemployed, single mothers struggling to make ends meet, immigrants seeking asylum, young men wrestling with fatherhood, women with incarcerated husbands, mothers of incarcerated (or deceased) sons. The experience changed my life. These prayers are my response. As my understanding of poverty has deepened over the years, the prayers have evolved to cover a broad range of topics. My hope is that readers will be engaged, encouraged, and inspired.
AjayMarshal: Who is more humble? The scientist who looks at the universe with an open mind and accepts whatever the universe has to teach us, or somebody who says everything in this book must be considered the literal truth and never mind the fallibility of all the human beings involved?