Monday, January 26, 2009

Around the Web...

According to, the economy is about to go to hell in a hand basket! (They are SO negative!)

So I decided to see what else was happening around the web...
Free gift card from Brittanie at A Book Lover.
Carolyn Howard-Johnson appears on All Talk Radio’s “The Career Czar.”
Helen Ginger posted a link to an article regarding children’s book publishers and the new lead-testing law.
Walt Shiel’s site has a link to an article in the New York Times that poses the question – do web sites sell books?
And Carol Denbow was kind enough to feature ME on her website today! Thank you so much, Carol. And glad you solved your computer problem...


  1. I wish the media would try to put a more positive spin on things and help the economy, instead of scaring everyone so much and making conditions worse.

    Morgan Mandel

  2. I try to avoid the news!


  3. Yup, the media is a beast that devours everything in its sight. So glad you came up with some bright spots! (BTW, loved the NY Times article.)

  4. Thanks for the link to Helen Ginger's post. That's news I've been trying to follow for sometime, and any additional info on it is great.

  5. Hey, this is great and very positive!
    Thank you,

  6. Oh, the economy. The thing is, even in bad economies, there are upsides. A man on CNN (yep!) last night said he plans to turn off the TV, save electricity and have a family reading night once a week. Now that's positive!

    And than you for mentioning my interview with Paul Bruno, Diane. He's one positive guy if I ever talked to one! And renweing yourself is definitely a positive topic. (-:

    Carolyn Howard-Johnson
    Blogging at the Writer's Digest 101 Best Website,

  7. Thanks for all these links (not just mine). It helps to have one place to link to a lot of good information.

  8. I really enjoyed the links. Great idea for a blog! Thanks.

    Jane Kennedy Sutton

  9. Especially enjoyed the NY Times article and forwarded it to my husband for him to have a look.


  10. Thanks for this. I found a few new sources.