Blog Browser Day: 23rd November, 2013

Last week three great blogs were recommended – THANK YOU to the contributors of these and all the blogs recommended until now 🙂

Please note that this will be the LAST Blog Browser post!

Alphabet Salad

Laurel Regan is a Canadian who blogs on many subjects, including writing, her personal life, occasional recipes, her really interesting cats – and she’s also a fine photographer! A very enjoyable blog!

Blog Class: General Blog

Recommended by: Lorinda J. Taylor

Rating: 5 Stars

Confirmed Family Safe?: Yes

Trailer Trash With A Girl’s Name

After surviving his mother’s cooking as a child, this blogger/author was able to recount his life as a preemie baby, born in a smoke-filled room. He roamed this great land in a Winnebago, and managed to land a date or two despite his girlish moniker. One of the perks of being tragically named is that he always gets mail for Ms. Stacey Roberts. We hear she’s great.

Blog Class: Authors Blog

Recommended by: CF Winn

Rating: 5 Stars

Confirmed Family Safe?: Yes

A love letter to Rome and Italy

This is a lovingly assembled collection of photographs and text by someone who loves Italy, the city of Rome in particular, and expresses it in this beautiful blog.

Blog Class: General Blog

Recommended by: Jane Dougherty

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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