Don't miss my book releases, online happenings for writers and bloggers, author interviews, and social media events!

Sign up and subscribe here!

Live Q & A with Peyton Price of Suburban Haiku


Live Q & A with Peyton Price of Suburban Haiku to discuss poetry, writing, social media, and getting her book published {Suburban Haiku: Poetic Dispatches from Behind the Picket Fence}! Hosted by Lisa Nolan of The Publishing Bloggers Network. "Suburban Haiku are snapshots of my funny, frustrating, beautiful suburban life and—as you're about to find out—yours." (Her book is now available on Amazon http://amzn.to/PuqF7e!) CLICK HERE http://on.fb.me/1heISBi to read the interview, and oh boy, lots more, lots. 

*******
Here's what the twittersphere has to say about Peyton Price and her Suburban Haiku:
"You are the voice of our times!""Hilarious and disruptive, usually at the same time, even!""Best. Haiku. Ever.""You say out loud what I'd like to say!""You're always very funny and get the suburbs just perfectly. I need someone like you on my street.""You wry, witty poet.""Excellent satire/commentary.""Peyton is the shizzle."
*******

Read my interviews with authors and bloggers in my Author Blogger Series!

I'm on Twitter,  G+Facebookand Pinterest.

Don't miss my book releases, online happenings for writers and bloggers, author interviews, and social media events!

Sign up and subscribe here!
*******

Thank you for stopping by!

Q & A with Published Poet and Writer Tamara Woods


Read our live interview with T.A. Woods of Tamara Woods-Author Page where we discussed poetry, writing, social media, and getting published! Hosted by Lisa Nolan and the The Publishing Bloggers Network! GO HERE.


*******

Read my interviews with authors and bloggers in my Author Blogger Series!

I'm on Twitter,  G+Facebookand Pinterest.

Don't miss my book releases, online happenings for writers and bloggers, author interviews, and social media events!

Sign up and subscribe here!
*******

Thank you for stopping by!

Best way to post content on Google Plus! Lisa Nolan's G+ Boot Camp Series





How to share other people's content on g+: When you share a post on g+, put the name of that post in the first sentence, followed by your comments, that way, it will show up on the notification in your g+ notification stream. And tag the person whose content you are sharing, they will get notified AND most likely comment on your post!

So if Holly shares Jamie's post on Ice Cream Crafts, Holly would write: "Love these ice cream crafts by @Jamie...! Can't wait to try them out this weekend!"

DON'T write it this way: "Can't wait to try this out over the weekend!" and then leave out the name of the post. What happens is we only see "Can't wait to try this out over the weekend!" on Holly's notification in our notification stream (when you click on the little bell icon on the top right side of your g+).

"Is there a good way to post and a bad way to post from my blog in Google Plus?!"