Daily Archives: November 30, 2009

Finding Our Voices Online

Blogpic Do you have a blog? Do you plan to start a blog? Do you wonder why anyone would want to have a blog? Do you wonder what the advantages and disadvantages of blogging are?

For the answers to these and other questions about blogging join us for the Finding Our Voices Online panel discussion with a group of SCN Star Blogger award recipients on Sunday February 7 from 9:00-10:AM at Story Circle Network's Stories from the Heart V conference in Austin, Texas from February 5-7, 2010.

I (Linda Hoye) will be moderating a panel discussion with the following incredible bloggers.

Nita Lou Bryant maintains two blogs.  Check out Cafe Nita Lou for Today's Special, and Electric Nita Lou where she shares her adventures on an electric bicycle.

In addition to posts about writing, daily life and fascinating tales from the Middle East  Rhonda Esakov's Rhonda's Ramblings displays beautiful photographs of her gardens.  Rhonda is sometimes serious, sometimes thought provoking, and if you are looking for tax-tips for writers it is the place to go.

You'll find Kara Flathouse at Eskimo Kisses and Air Hugs.  Kara's blog is chock-full of nuggets about her faith, writing, family, home, garden, crafts, and life in general.

Over at Seasonality, Becky Lane (also known as Hill Country Hippie) writes about living her own good live in the Texas Hill Country.  Check out her very creative To-Do lists.

International Mom, Judy Miller, is the mother of four beautiful children, a writer, and adoptive parent mentor.  Judy's blog is a wonderful resource to anyone involved with adoption in any facet.

Becca Taylor, at  Becca's Cyber Home shares beautiful photographs from her travel adventures and, in her words, "celebrates both the magical and the mundane".

I'd love to have you stop by My Own Velvet Room and leave a comment or two as well.

Finally, if you have questions or topics you would like us to cover in the panel discussion, please post them in the comments below.  We'll see you in February!