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A Box of Memories
A Box of Memories
When I started the Scribbler back in 2013, I didn’t have a clue where it was going. Someone told me that if you write stories, you need a blog. I wasn’t sure if anyone would visit. It’s a huge world out there. Ok, it’s a little smaller now with the internet, but, it’s still scary-big. There are thousands of blogs, hundreds of thousands of stories. How do you catch someone’s attention? How can I make this blog effective and entertaining?
Have effective and entertaining guests, that’s how! And I’ve been lucky!
Guests from all over the world – authors, artists, photographers, glass blowers, reviewers and musicians.
Scotland – Rio de Janeiro – Great Britain
India – Saudi Arabia – Italy – France
Canada – United States – Australia
Bangladesh – Qatar – Bequia – Mexico
South Africa – Spain – Philippines.
Many guests have been most kind and appeared more than once.
Chuck Bowie – New Brunswick
Jason Lawson – New Brunswick
Roger Moore – New Brunswick
S.C. Eston – New Brunswick
JP McLean – British Columbia
Susan Toy – Bequia
Sarah Butland – Nova Scotia
Vashti Quiroz-Vega – Florida
Jorja DuPont Olivia - Florida
Bobby Nash – Georgia
Lockard Young – New Brunswick (RIP)
Sylvie Mazerolle – New Brunswick
Jason Hamilton – New Brunswick
Warren Redman (Zev Bagel) & Nicole Tremblay – NB
Diana Stevan – British Columbia
Lisette Lombard – Mexico
Gerard Collins – New Brunswick
Ivan “Doc” Holliday – Florida
Sally Cronin - England
Ann Knight - New Brunswick
Me – shared lots of my stories
And Readers from all over the world – Thank you!
There is also a group of people that I need to acknowledge and those are my faithful readers that share all my blogs across social media and I need to mention them here.
Lynn Babin Fontaine
(I apologize if I've missed someone)
I must admit that it’s been a lot of fun. I’ve got more great guests lined up for the coming months (and years I hope). More authors, an inventor, more musicians and artists.
I’ve added more gadgets over the years and one that I have fun with is posting a photo each week of something interesting, usually by one of my readers or visitors. See it on top left.
Family and friend photos on right side bar.
Blogs I enjoy, lower left side bar.
I’m hoping that you might suggest someone that should be a guest on the scribbler, or it could be you. Please continue to leave comments. Subscribe to the blog. Join me by email.
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Enter to win a signed copy of A Box of Memories. Send me an email at email@example.com and I’ll draw a name at the end of April
Congratulations, Allan! I'm so very honoured to have been a guest on your blog over these past 6 years. Here's to many more years of blogging at the South Branch Scribbler!ReplyDelete
Thanks Susan. Always a treat to have you here. Looking forward to many more posts.Delete
This is great Allan. 6 years already. We need more people like you, supporting authors. Your work is greatly appreciated. Keep it going!ReplyDelete
Thank you Steve. It's been a lot of fun and having great guests like you make it so.Delete
Hurrah! At last I got a webpage from where I can genuinely obtain helpful information concerning my study andReplyDelete
Thanks for visiting and leaving a nice comment.Delete
Hmm it appears like your website ate my first commentReplyDelete
(it was super long) so I guess I'll just sum it
up what I had written and say, I'm thoroughly enjoying your blog.
I as well am an aspiring blog writer but I'm still new to everything.
Do you have any tips for first-time blog writers?
I'd genuinely appreciate it.
Thanks for visiting the Scribbler. Glad you enjoy it. I would go to blogger.com and set up your blog, pick your favorite subjects and write about it. Not too long to start, add photos. Invite other people with the same interests to be a guest. Tell everyone on your social media about it. Good luck!Delete
Outstanding quest there. What happened after? Thanks!ReplyDelete
Thanks for visiting. To answer your question, WHAT HAPPENED AFTER WHAT?ReplyDelete
Thanks for visiting the Scribbler. No code knowledge or experience needed. Go to blogger.com and get set up. Very easy.ReplyDelete