... Featured for today's #AtoZChallenge - @eileenschuh & @KateEvangelista & @EJWesley ...
Over the years I've learned so much, made so many friends, and been uplifted by so many great bloggers! As a result, I'm recognizing some of the best bloggers for this year's A to Z Challenge. These bloggers have shared knowledge, promotions, jokes, guidance, support, and more. Scroll on down to meet the next set of bloggers.
To the BEST BLOGGERS in the world - I say, "Thank you!"
E is for Eileen Schuh, Kate Evangelista, and E.J. Wesley.
Eileen Schuh beautifully writes on her blog about herself: "Am I this woman, cradling her first grandchild in her arms in a mansion on a hill, the sound of the fountain in the Atrium taking me back to those creek-puddling days of long ago? Am I the woman who does Yoga, is learning to cross-country ski? Is trying to find a publisher for her novels? Yeah, I am all of that. ... I know who I am, but what will I become?” In a recent blog post, Eileen wrote, "I decided to make my scenic descriptions relevant in more ways than one. I was going to use powerful adjectives, some with double meanings, some with alliteration, some with rhythm. I was going to make each scenic description a coy contribution to the emotions driving the plot."
Kate Evangelista is a "graduate of De La Salle University - Manila with a Bachelor of Arts in Literature. She taught high school English for three years and was an essay consultant for two. Currently she writes full-time and is based in the Philippines." Her blog features good news from fellow authors, excerpts from her books, and interesting interviews.
E.J. Wesley will always be one of my most favorite bloggers. We met years ago on an online writing community (that long ago dissolved), and I continue to follow E.J. as his writing career flourishes. He is extremely supportive of other writers. And he is funny. :) He wrote a blog post titled "How I Found the Write Path" in which he said, "Never attempt a story in second person omniscient with multiple POVs and a sentient, singing goat..."
Please take three minutes to stop by these three awesome blogs and thank them for all they contribute to the blogosphere!
Another group I didn't know about! Thanks for the introductions, :)ReplyDelete
I don't 'know' the others though I have heard Kate's name - but I definitely love visiting EJ's blog!ReplyDelete
Yours is a favorite of mine, too, Trisha. You visit the most interesting places. :-)Delete
I haven't met Kate, but I have met the other two. Glad you posted about all three of them.ReplyDelete
Yes, great to find more people, Margo. The name Drummer is from pit pony names who actually worked in the mine in the 1800's, not far from where I live. :0)ReplyDelete
I recently met EJ thanks to NALitChat on Twitter. He's a fun guy to chat with.ReplyDelete
~Patricia Lynne aka Patricia Josephine~
Member of C. Lee's Muffin Commando Squad
Patricia Lynne, Indie Author
I knew I recognized you! ;-)Delete
You chose some interesting bloggers! Thanks!ReplyDelete
LOL I'd forgotten all about that post! :D Seriously, thank you so much for the shout out Margo. You're absolutely one of my favorites as well. Although, I do blush when I think about how long I've known some of you. :-)ReplyDelete
Fantastic A-Z theme!
Oh, I agree with you about E.J. He's one of my first blogging buddies, and I miss that he isn't actively blogging at the moment.ReplyDelete