Tag Archives: blogging

Recommended by Book Bloggers: Quirky Books about Books

I have a confession to make. I keep copies of bloggers’ book reviews in a database. This enables me to click on my ‘Books to Acquire’ folder to remind myself of possible purchases. It’s so much more visual than merely … Continue reading

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Niches, and 5 Reasons to Blog About What You Read

Questions come to mind as I finally get around to saying something about Plague: Black Death & Pestilence in Europe. I’ve already read and reviewed a book on the same subject, so I don’t know what another review adds. In … Continue reading

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Upcoming Posts

I couldn’t resist popping back! It’s been nice to comment here and there, and I apologise if my infrequent visits haven’t coincided with or led to my saying hello on your own blog – but it’s not the same as … Continue reading

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Oh, to Recover the Leisure in Reading that Gets Lost in the Work Created by Blogging

While looking to see which of my read-but-not-yet-reviewed books I’ve photographed, I came across a photo I took for a post some time ago of the pile of acquisitions I anticipated reading. Checking through, I let out a ‘yay’ as it … Continue reading

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What Might Creativity Achieve for Others? An Interview with Dennis Cardiff

[Note: the content of this blog has changed somewhat since this interview, however, it is being kept in the blog archive for the benefit of those who have bookmarked this page.] Giving time to other people’s stories is a gift in … Continue reading

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Allotments, Design, and Re-Thinking Usage: An Interview with Anna Appelberg

[Note: the content of this blog has changed somewhat since this interview, however, it is being kept in the blog archive for the benefit of those who have bookmarked this page.] It’s not every day that I take notice of outdoor … Continue reading

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Mobile Devices and Sharing Your Art for Free: An Interview with NYC artist, Barbara Bartlett

[Note: the content of this blog has changed somewhat since this interview, however, it is being kept in the blog archive for the benefit of those who have bookmarked this page.] Barbara Bartlett is an artist who has embraced digital media … Continue reading

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