Make a Blogger’s Day Party

I thought the holiday season would be a perfect time to make a blogger’s day with the GIFT of a blog visit and comment. I’m always excited to run these blogging parties because I get to discover new writers from whom I usually learn something new and inspiring.

Celebrate the season by visiting a blogger's site and leaving a comment.


To kick this party off, I’d like to introduce one of my all-time favorite bloggers, Andrea Stephenson, who writes with such grace and beauty, I tuck her posts away until a quiet, thoughtful time of day to read. This woman’s words are not to be rushed, but savored. Andrea’s prose is sensory-filled and magical. She transports readers to places and moments that spark her creativity.

Please pay Harvesting Hecate a visit and read one of her evocative posts. Leave a comment and tell her that Kate Johnston sent you. She always replies to comments, so I know she’ll be thrilled to have you stop by!

Who is one of your favorite bloggers that you’d like to send on some new visitors?

Leave a link to their blog or website in the comment section so that we can swing by and read some of their work! Add a brief explanation of what the blog is about, or why you love it so much, or why you want to share this particular post!

Do you have an extra 5 minutes to make another blogger’s day?

Visit one or more blogs left in the comment section and tell them “I want to make a blogger’s day!” and they might click to yours to thank you–and wouldn’t that make your day?

Just a few rules:

  1. Only link to someone else’s post, not your own.
  2. Only link to G-rated or PG-rated posts, please.
  3. Visit at least one post listed in the comment section and leave the blogger a comment. Remember, the idea is to make a blogger’s day –  bloggers love comments!
  4. Spammers? Go ahead, make my day.
  5. Have a writerly day!



0 thoughts on “Make a Blogger’s Day Party”

  1. What a charming idea, Kate! There are so many wonderful blogs to choose from, but as it is Monday, I will name Eden Baylee’s blog: Besides showcasing her writing and other authors, she spotlights a music artist every Monday, and it’s a wonderful way to start the week. I’ve discovered and rediscovered so many great songs.

    Happy Holidays, Kate!

  2. I just love the holiday spirit of sharing and enjoying each other’s “work.” As I typed in “work” I realized that’s a misnomer, since we obviously all love what we do! I’ll put in a blog I discovered about a year ago – Empty Nesters on a Green Global Trek. Peta and Ben are working ‘nomads’ (their term) who, after they raised their sons, moved to countries all over the world to kickstart a large-scale, climate-mitigation focused, bamboo reforestation project and bamboo housing construction business in countries like Viet Nam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Thailand, Laos, Sri Lanka, and India. I learn so much, reading about their adventures in these countries that I know so little of. An amazing couple. Merry merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you, Kate!

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