To all my readers and followers, please keep in mind that I have now moved over to my new blog, Father Nature's Corner, so Cedar's Mountain is now on a semi-permanent hiatus.

If you're looking for the wit and wisdom that Cedar's Mountain is known for, please click on the link up above or to the right, and I promise you that you won't be disappointed.

Sunday, May 13, 2012

Blogging Tour And The Feathered Friend

First off, I want to wish all my wonderful readers who may be mothers, aunts, grandmothers or fathers doubling down as mothers, a very happy Mother's Day.

Now, on with the show.

If you click through to read this post, you'll see in the upper left of my blog, a picture of well known national and international best selling author Melissa Foster (Chasing Amanda, Megan's Way, and Come Back To Me), who is undertaking a fantastic summer blog tour. Ms Foster is undertaking this blog tour as a thank you for all of her wonderful readers that have supported her throughout her career, and if you click on the image, it will take you directly to the overall description of the blog tour, which also features some great giveaway.

The main reason as to why I bring up this particular blog tour is that Ms. Foster will be making a stop at Cedar's Mountain on June 18th, with a guest post entitled "Please, judge our books by the covers!", so please stop by to check it out.

The other part of this post has to do with the continuing resurrection of Shooting Suburbia. I've finally got my pictures back from Rite Aid and after downloading the picture disc, was pleasantly surprised to find that the majority of the pictures shot were of birds. Apparently, I was having a moment of flight (figuratively that is) and starting taking pictures of our feathered friends visiting the neighborhood.

The series is called "Birds of a Feather Flock to the Fauna", and it kind of ties in with last Tuesday's post.

Enjoy!

7 comments:

  1. Looks like spring has finally sprung up there, G. :)

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  2. Lynn: Most definitely. Spring has finally sprung in Connecticut, and I should have an update on The Tree post in about a week or so, with the tree in as full bloom as it's going to get.

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  3. Will definitely be stopping by. BTW, you reminded me that I need to start writing fiction again. Thank you :)

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  4. Hope Mother's Day went well ay your place-
    The blog Tour looks intrigueing, n looking forward to the June guest posting,
    Now I'm off to see pics!

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  5. M: You're more than welcome.

    BTW, I finished my trunk novel over the weekend and now I'm ready to tackle my next re-writing project.

    Snaggle: It went well, thanks. I hope yours was good as well.

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  6. I'll stop by, of course!

    Is it just me, or have you done some redecorating on your blog? Or is it just me...?

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  7. Catherine: I've done a little redecorating, yes.

    I've added a picture of my book cover and added a link to Melissa Foster's blog tour and tidied up a few other gadgets and what not.

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