One of the great things about blogging is that you get exposed to so many other blogs. Some are just OK, some consist of mostly advertising, but a lot of them are pretty awesome.
Your first destination, if you’ll allow me some more shameless self-promotion, is to my friend Anne Tibbets’s blog, Will Write for Coffee, where I have been asked to…drumroll please… guest post! I’m so flattered and excited! Not that it takes much to flatter me or excite me, but hey, I’ll take what I can get. But as a writer, it’s pretty flattering and exciting. This is my first foray into writing for someone else, please stop by and read:
Anne is a writer who has published two books: The Amulet Chronicles, co-authored with Erika Ely Lewis, and The Beast Call, her latest. She is currently working on a sequel to The Beast Call, and an edgy YA nail-biter, The Line. She also just happens to be married to a good friend of mine from high school. Yeah, we go back. I’m so excited for Anne as she builds on her momentum and gears up to be the Next Big Author. Just wait, I’ll be able to say I told you so.
Lyn is a teacher, photographer and artist living in West Yorkshire, UK. In Everyday Life, she shares photos that capture the beauty around her. Her images are simple, but she has a way of looking at things that makes you think if you were with her at the time, she’d point out some detail to you that you’d missed somehow, even though it was right in front of you.
Not to mention the fact that by showing me a part of the world I personally love, I kind of feel like I’m taking a little journey when I read her posts. She has a penchant for sunrises and sunsets, architecture, gardens and her cat, Lucy.
She and her husband take all these cool trips, from walks right around the corner to day trips around England, and this year to France. Lyn snaps away, and gives you a glimpse of something you’d never see if not for her eye or lens.
A few shots from Lyn:
(Clicking on each photo will take you to the original post)
Cool sites I’ve found through her site:
365 Project: take a photo a day to document your life
Big Huge Labs: do fun stuff with your photos; mosaics, posters, pop art and much more. Can’t wait to play with this.
I don’t know much about this blogger, but she posts photos of the most cool, laid back hippie-gypsy interiors and images, and sometimes will include amazing songs that you forgot you knew and are so happy to recall.
If there’s any bone in your body that inexplicably feels at home around the Bohemian, you will fall in instant, romantic, patchwork, vine-y, wooden, floating scarves and natural sunlight LOVE. This is just a small sample: