Blog Browser Day: 9th November, 2013

Thanks to last weeks hint that Flea Infested Chimps may be unleashed among you, there were SEVEN great blogs recommended THANK YOU to the contributors.

Today I will post four (4) for this weeks Blog Browser Day, (the other three will be aired next week in case everyone else gets a sudden attack of Lazybonesitis THIS week and I have to uncage the Chimps) – so give yourselves a treat this weekend and click on the blog names (and the recommenders names) to visit them.

PLEASE, don’t forget to let me know all about YOUR favourite blogs in time for NEXT weeks post 🙂

PLEASE use the form HERE to make your recommendations

What The Hell: Kevin Brennan Is Self-Publishing His New Novel

What The Hell is a daily (more or less) account of my foray into self-publishing. I’ve just released my second novel, Yesterday Road, and the blog has been my journal of the highs and lows, the obstacles, and the surprising rewards of the process.

Blog Class: Authors Blog

Recommended by: Kevin Brennan

Rating: Own Blog

Confirmed Family Safe? Yes

Pelham McMahon

Pelham Mahon is a former teacher and drama coach, who became an author and playwright in her fifties. Pelham is best known for her plays Our Bessie (2011), Grandmothers Are Great (1999) and Luck Of The Draw (1995), and for The Detective Chief Inspector Teasdale novels. … ‘Chief Inspector Maurice Teasdale is a fifty two year old career police officer. The woman he loves, Bernadette Leigh, is daily confronting a level of hatred so emotionally violent, that she believes it could lead to murder. Teasdale wants to help her but a posting has come up that puts him temporarily beyond her reach. Meanwhile, he trusts her common sense to see her through the problems amongst the tenants of Cranford Hall. When bones are found in the garden, a new mystery has to be solved. …’ [The Silent Woman by Pelham McMahon, Part 1 of The Detective Chief Inspector Teasdale Trilogy]

Blog Class: Authors Blog

Recommended by: The Diesel-Electric Elephant Company

Rating: 5 Star

Confirmed Family Safe? Yes

The Coffee Break Series

My blog offers unique, easy to read, and mostly fun perspectives on different aspects of life. Sometimes I’ll do book reviews, but more often, I put a spin on the mundane. My goal is to uplift and promote personal growth.

Blog Class: General Blog

Recommended by: CF Winn

Rating: Own Blog

Confirmed Family Safe? Yes

A Writer’s Gallery

This blog is run by a male and female who help bring authors and publishers together. They run contests, but that’s not all they do. They offer critiques, submissions to showcase your talents, and more!

Blog Class: Writing & Publishing General Blog

Recommended by: Jennifer Higney

Rating: 5 Stars

Confirmed Family Safe?: Yes

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About The Story Reading Ape

I am what my name states, an ape of the primate species called Homo Sapiens Sapiens. My blog is intended to present New (to me) Authors, whose stories or books I have read and enjoyed, so that anyone who happens to stumble onto this blog, while searching for a book to read, or, a new (to them) author to try, may find what they seek, or, at least, inspiration. I have also made the blog an Author Promotions Enterprise to be a platform for authors to introduce themselves to potential readers and to provide advice and tips resources information they can use to improve and enhance their story telling efforts. Please be advised that I reserve the right to remove, or decline to publish, any comments that I deem inappropriate.

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