Welcome to another Friday Favorite! Each week I will bring to you information about a favorite blog/blogger that is a favorite of mine. Please be sure to take a minute to explore their blog and they might just become a favorite of yours too!
This week, I’d like to introduce you to The Stories In Between. River Dixon’s imaginative way of expression is thought provoking, stunning and always a surprise. Some of his pieces are dark & brooding, but their brilliance is clear. THIS is a piece I found quite sad and sweet. River’s poetry will sometimes leave the interpretation up to the reader. But everything makes you ponder… Like THIS POEM.
The Stories In Between will take you on an emotional roller coaster. River writes of love, hate, life, death, darkness and light. Through this journey, you may just find yourself breathless. For you never know for sure which way the coaster will go. THIS piece is touching and sad, but eloquently penned.
River Dixon is an accomplish author, having published several books that are collections of his poetry and short stories. HERE is where you can find information about his books. I’ve purchased 2 of his books, The Stories In Between, which is short stories and Left Waiting, a poetry collection. Both, amazing works. THIS is his Amazon Author page.
So head over to The Stories In Between today. Explore the depth of talent you will find there. I’m going to bet that River’s blog will become a favorite of yours too!
Copyright (C) 2020 Penny Wilson
Welcome to another Friday Favorite! Each week, I’ll bring you information about a blog/blogger that I follow and why they are a favorite of mine. This week, I’d like to introduce you to The Mad Chatter. Be sure to visit her blog and it may become a favorite of yours too!
I think that The Mad Chatter (Jessica) is a fairly new friend/blogger of mine. I’m not sure exactly how or why we connected, but I’m sure glad that we did. Jessica isn’t afraid to poke a little fun at herself, while getting her points across. She’s an advocate for Mental Health issues and ending those stigmas. These are just a few reasons why I enjoy her blog.
Like mine, The Mad Chatter’s blog is quite varied. She writes what she wants to write and posts what she wants to post. As it Should Be!! I love HER POST “Gray Matter” where she talks about the variety of her posts.
The Mad Chatter has a page devoted to Mental Health. Go HERE to see it. I guarantee, there is food for thought on this page.
All in all, Jessica’s blog, The Mad Chatter has a lot to offer! Be sure to spend some time exploring this entertaining, and enlightening blog! You’ll discover a new friend and a favorite too!
Copyright (C) Penny Wilson
Welcome to another addition of my Friday Favorites! Each week I will share with you information about a blog/blogger that I follow and why they are a favorite of mine. Please be sure to check out their site because they may become a favorite of yours too! Today’s favorite is Mike’s 80s Metalman’s Blog.
Although I’m a big fan of Heavy Metal Music, Mike will put enough of a spin on things to make it interesting for me. Mike and I connected on WordPress quite some time ago and he’s always been willing to participate and give input when asked. I also find Mike to be encouraging and kind.
THIS is a page about Great Movie soundtracks in 1984. This was fun for me, looking over Mike’s comments about movies like Ghost Busters, StarMan and Karate Kid. HERE is a post Mike did about the soundtrack to the movie Footloose. A favorite of mine.
On THIS PAGE Mike shows us his humorous side. You’ll find fun videos from Christmas songs to Weird Al and more. Be sure to take a few minutes exploring this page. It’s sure to tickle your funny bone! 🙂
Mike will often write about the passing of a beloved band. Some of these can be seen HERE.
THIS is a post that Mike did about a rock legend and a favorite of mine, Pat Benatar, the Queen of Rock at that time.
One thing that Mike the 80s Metalman will do occasionally, is to show touching or romantic lyrics in Metal Music. This, of course, appeals to my poetic side. I’m pleasantly surprised at the romance and tenderness expressed in some of these lyrics.
Mike’s knowledge in this genre of music is amazing. He knows his stuff. Be sure to spend some on the 80s Metalman’s Blog exploring. I think you’ll like what you see there and he may become a favorite of yours too!
Copyright (C) 2020 Penny Wilson
Welcome to another Friday Favorite! Each week I will bring to you information on one of my favorite blogs/bloggers. Please be sure to check them out and they might just become a favorite of yours too!
Today’s Friday Favorite is Donna’s blog over at My OBT (One Beautiful Thing). Donna’s blog is always filled with wonders! I don’t how she finds the things that she shares with us. You will be in for a wonderful surprise and discovery every time you visit her blog.
THIS is an example of Glass Art. This is just one of the amazing and wonderful things that Donna finds for us!
THIS ONE is hilarious! It’s Donna’s example of “Etsomnia”. A brief description of “Etsomnia” is not being able to sleep and ordering bad decision based items from Etsy. Donna has done several of these and every one of them has given me quite a giggle.
I love this look at Tiny Doors in the city.
On Donna’s blog, My OBT you will find the funny and fabulous, the weird and hilarious, the enchanting and the outlandish, for our enjoyment.
Donna says that she spends some time every day looking for One Beautiful Thing. What a wonderful thing to do! And Donna does it for us! Be sure to spend some time exploring My OBT. I’ll bet you a nickel that it becomes a favorite of yours too, and not just on Friday!
Copyright (C) 2019 Penny Wilson
Welcome to another addition of my Friday Favorites! Each Friday, I will spotlight a favorite blog/blogger. I hope to give you a glimpse into who and what their blog is about and why they are a favorite to mine. Please check out these posts and maybe they will become favorites of yours too! 🙂
Today, I’d like to introduce you to Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo . Sue is a multi-faceted wonder. I believe the reason that I originally connected with Sue is because she does a photo prompt called #writephoto. After discovering her blog, I was hooked. Sue’s #writephoto prompt is a prompt of a photo, sometimes a painting or other things. THIS is an example of one of her prompts.
The #writephoto prompts exposed me to the poetry that Sue writes. Her work is amazing. It seems to have a soft, mystical quality about it. Beautiful! THIS is where you can find some of her poetry.
Sue is quite prolific with her writings. She’s the author and co-author of several books. HERE is where you can find information on them. I counted 22 books on this page, at the time of this writing, there may be more. Sue’s writing talent ranges from the mystical to mystery to stories about her beloved pup. You’re sure to find something of interest among the many titles.
Sue also paints. Samples of her work can be seen HERE. Are you beginning to see why I say that Sue is a multi-faceted wonder?
Please take a few minutes to explore Sue’s Blog. There you will find, short stories, flash fiction and even more than all of the different things I’ve mentioned here. Take your time to explore. You’re sure to find several things to delight you and ensure that you’ll be coming back for more.
Copyright (C) 2020 Penny Wilson
*Be sure to check out my next “Friday Favorite”! Who will it be next time? 🙂
I was looking through the different themes that WP offers and found one that I like. Looking back, it was 2014 when I last changed the theme of my blog! So I guess it is about time. I recently added another New Page of my print publications. I have plans to add other things to that page soon.
I like the new look, I hope you do too. Hop on over HERE and have a poke around. Let me know what you think about the new theme. I’d love to hear your feedback.
Thank you for joining me on this journey. ❤ Penny
Penny Wilson Writes has gone through several transformations since it’s beginning. At the end of the year, the end of a decade, we all tend to look back and reflect. The last decade has seen the Biggest changes in my life. The. Biggest. My decision to move from Oregon to Texas, was the hardest decision I ever made, and it was the best decision I ever made. Words that come to mind when I think about the life that I have now are Thankful, Grateful and Blessed.
My time here on WordPress is included as one of those Blessings. Writing is an outlet for me, a way to express myself and the events in my life. The community here has been so supportive! Your encouragement gives me the courage to put myself out there, when in the past, I would have never dreamed of publishing anything I’ve written!
Welcome to another post of my Friday Favorites! I’m sorry that I skipped last Friday, but with being smack dab in the middle of the holidays, I suspect you understand. My goal, each Friday, is to bring you a little information about a Favorite Blogger of mine. Check them out and they may just become a favorite of yours too!
Chuck, at The Reluctant Poet is a favorite blogger of mine for several reasons. The reason that I originally connected with Chuck is because he writes some of the most amazing and beautifully romantic poetry! THIS is an example of what I mean. Be sure to browse thru Chuck’s archives, you’ll find a treasure trove from a talented poet!
Welcome to another Friday Favorite! Each week, I want to highlight a particular blog/blogger that is a favorite and tell you a bit about them. This week, I’d like to tell you about Hugh, over at Hugh’s Views & News. He is a wealth of information! If you do not subscribe and follow Hugh’s Blog boy, are you missing out!!
Hugh is an amazing blogger. His writings are wonderful. He has a couple of books in print that you can find out about HERE.
Not only is Hugh a talented author, but he’s also a wiz at navigating WordPress. He generously shares his knowledge with everyone on WordPress. You can find out things like how to be a better blogger (HERE), or how to navigate the new Gutenberg editor (HERE).
I’ve learn all kinds of things simply by reading some of Hugh’s posts. His instructions are clear and easy to understand. He gives you screen shots as examples and walks you through the process as if he was sitting right there beside you!
While you are on Hugh’s blog, be sure to explore his short stories that can be found HERE.
I have just touched on some of the highlights of Hugh’s blog. There is a treasure trove of informative articles, stories and tutorials. Take the time to explore Hugh’s blog. You’ll be glad that you did! I’m sure that he will become a Favorite of yours too!
(C) 2019 Penny Wilson