Sunday, July 26, 2009

"Blogging for Bliss" and Let's Build a Snowman

I really enjoy blogging. I guess I'm not very talkative in person, but I have a lot to say. I've enjoyed pushing myself in the last year and a half to learn new things--uploading pictures, linking, making slideshows, etc. But I'm wanting to learn more. So on Friday, I discovered the book Blogging for Bliss, by Tara Frey, on Amazon, available Aug. 4. I surfed over to Tara's blog and found out that it was already out. I found out my B&N had a copy and zoomed over to get it. I read it cover to cover in a few hours. WOW! It's a great book with lots of information that I was looking for. Seven chapters of info are interspersed with descriptions of other blogs and their creative owners...and these bloggers reference their favoite blogs. I'm now going page by page to see these blogs. What a treasure! If you enjoy blogging or reading blogs, check it out--Blogging for Bliss. Let me know what you think.

I promised you a sneak peek of our newest pattern. It is the cutest snowman quilt ever--and you don't need to get wet and cold to build it. If you start it now you will have it ready just in time for colder weather.

Isn't it great? Makes me smile every time I see it, but then, I'm not the one who had to kit it. Let's Build a Snowman will be available in 3 different ways--a complete kit for the top, a Row of the Month option, and pattern only. Click here for more information. I will be posting tips on the blog to go along with the Row of the Month (similar to Happy Halloween entries). I can't wait to get started.

Well, I'm off to make dinner, a little more blog surfing and looking into classes for photography and html!

Happy surfing to you, too!

Lynda


7 comments:

health is wealth said...

awesome
my feeds

Lynda said...

Thanks!

Eileen Paulin said...

I spend a great deal of time working with quilters and their book development. There is something magical about a quilter's soul and blogging. There is a connection between the cloth and the keyboard that I do not see with any other group of creatives.
Thank you for the delightful blog.

Lynda said...

Thank you Eileen--you made my day!

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