I don’t know if you’ve had the pleasure of joining Kat Lee over at her new site, How They Blog, yet. If you haven’t, go ahead & stop reading this post and pop over. You’ll learn the behind the scenes tips & tricks of blogging from your favorite writers – the household names, the best sellers, the ones we’re afraid to say “hello” to in real life when we see them at conferences. They’re sharing valuable information, fun stories, photos of their work spaces, and glimpses into the tools that help them get the job done.
Today Kat has been kind enough to feature me. Not, obviously, as one of those “big name” bloggers, but as an average, every day, does-it-because-she-loves-it writer. I’ll be there all week and would love for you stop by, learn a little about me, ask questions, and say “hello!”
And don’t forget to come back here tomorrow for our 2nd “Behind the Scenes” story link up! I was so stunned to see so many of you join last week, and loved reading your stories 🙂
Thanks Miranda! I love Kat’s blog and how she’s offering those sneak peeks …it’s so fun to be there this week 🙂
Miranda @ A ThankFULL Heart says
I really enjoyed your interview. I find the way other people blog very fascinating and really loved your real approach.
Yay! Can’t wait to read your post tomorrow 🙂
I played the clarinet from 4th – 12th grade … never exceptionally well, but I stuck with it to go on the Disney World trip! Hubs was the drum major, played trumpet & now pretty much any instrument you hand him. Instead of love notes he used to write me songs 😉
Desiree Allen says
Just read through the interview and I must say I’m so thrilled to see an “everyday hero” highlighted. You and I share a love of connecting with people in this space, but I’m curious: what instrument did you play in band? I played flute and marching baritone and I’m always up for supporting fellow band geeks. 😉 Have a great week!
Going to check it out! Congrats on the feature! And, I actually do have a post for the behind-the-scenes link up (kind of). Mine is just kind of “explaining” a picture, but I really loved your take on the not-so-pretty that is sometimes surrounding that perfect shot. Love being authentic 🙂
I love this post about you! Thanks for being real.