Happy Holidays! Here are some blogs I enjoy. I’ll be sharing more links during the next few weeks. Take a look and join the Holiday Link Love!
Belinda Grover Photography: “I wanted to combine my love of the outdoors with the challenge of photography and record the ‘stops along the way.’ With a camera in hand you tend to look at the world differently; light, shadow, framing can make the common extraordinary.”
Carla Loves to Read: “I have been a reader all my life, but recently began reading and reviewing books on Goodreads. Shortly after that, I was introduced to NetGalley and have been reviewing new books on a regular basis. I wanted somewhere to review books where people could come and look at them as well as see them somewhat categorized.”
T. W. Dittmer: “I suppose I could try to weave some tale about the burning desire, the urge that drove me to near insanity until I just HAD to put my thoughts into words. Or I could tell you some epic story about the tragic events that led me to write. I’d rather just tell you the truth. And the truth of it is, I just want to tell a story… hopefully the kind of story that makes a reader think… makes them smile or makes them cry… maybe jerks them around a little bit and makes them go ‘Huh?’ I just like to write.”
Graffiti Lux Art & More: “My name is Resa McConaghy, and my site, “Graffiti Lux and Murals”, was originally dedicated to showcasing & documenting Graffiti Art and Murals in Toronto and Winnipeg. However, I now find I am featuring the Street Art of other cities around the globe through travels of mine, and guest contributors.”
Priorhouseblog: “Priorhouse blog has morphed a lot over the years – yet the main themes have stayed the same: photos, art and a little bit of lit (and hopefully some encouragement).”
Read with Me: “I’m Jolie and I am a bookworm. I’ve written book reviews since I started blogging. I figured, ‘Hey, I like reading and I like blogging so let’s combine the two.’”
Words from Manneli: “This blog is a collection of ‘blurbs’ from life as I see it. Sometimes the blurb involves a funny little story, sometimes a photo or two, sometimes both. I enjoy interacting with my readers so please don’t be shy.”
Thanks for visiting—come back soon!
17 thoughts on “Book Club Mom’s Holiday Link Love”
Thank you for the happy links, Barbara. Last year we were recovering from COVID; this season seems to have a more joyful spin.
Some great links. Thanks!
I’ve read many of these. I love Anneli’s. I always feel smarter after reading one of her posts.
Thank you, Jacqui. It’s nice to know you enjoy my posts.
Anneli (words from Anneli)
What a wonderful, Christmassy thing for you to do, Barbara. I’m off to check out some new-to-me blogs!
Terrific blogs, Barbara.
Thanks for the suggestions, Barbara. 🙂
What a wonderful idea, Barbara – thanks for sharing these!
Thanks for putting my link up for your followers to visit, Barbara. I really appreciate that.
I love this post/idea. I think I need to do one for my cookery friends. For the fabulous idea.
Thanks for sharing, Barbara!
What a fun idea, Barb! I love how you found the bloggers’ own words to share. Thanks for the introduction to a few new friends. 🙂 Happy Holidays.
I’m so glad you enjoy my blog, Barbara. Thanks for sharing. 🙂
This is a wonderful idea, Barbara! Great collection of links. I recently met Anneli and love her photos and poems. Happy Holidays! 💞
These are great, I’ll definitely be checking them out! Thanks for sharing these blogs with us.
So many great blogs! I follow many of them and adore the bloggers. Happy holidays!
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