Lovely Word Vol. 39

November 28, 2011

Welcome to the November 28, 2011 edition of Lovely Words. Dear Readers, Lovely Word and Writing as a Sacred Art are wishing you and yours a happy, healthy, blessed and peaceful holiday season. Lovely Word would also like to extend a special thank you to all the authors who graced us with your delectable words this year; may God bless you and your writing careers beyond anything you could ever imagine.


Lj Quillyn presents Fanfare for the writer, please? | The Writing Life of LJ Quillyn posted at The Writing Life of LJ Quillyn.

Byteful Travel presents How to Plan Intuitively to Travel, Create, & Work Effortlessly & Abundantly posted at Byteful Travel, saying, “How spontaneous are you in your life? Do you follow your schedule religiously or do you find yourself working right up to the last minute of a deadline? Have you found a happy medium between these two extremes? In this article I’m going to share with you a concept that allows you to harness the natural cycles of your brain to the greatest effect in both work and when travelling.”
O.C. Heaton presents How to become a carbon-free writer posted at A Rush of Green, saying, “Ever wondered how much C02 we use up when writing our novels? Here’s how we can become carbon-free writers…”

Lovely Words

Alex Washoe presents Accepting the Birds that Come posted at Birdland West, saying, “Art, receptivity and bird watching. Oh, and pigeons. Everyone loves pigeons right?”

Who Inspires You.

Ken Lange presents Talking about Passion posted at Kenneth Lange, saying, “A small story about a girl who inspired me a lot when backpacking thru Ireland. I hope you’ll consider including it in your carnival? Thanks, Ken.”

Laura Grace Weldon presents Mentor: Fancy Name For Grown-Ups Kids Need posted at Laura Grace Weldon, saying, “What remarkable things happen when a little boy pesters the neighbors to let him help “do stuff?”"

What Inspires You

Andy Hayes presents Sunset in French Polynesia posted at eTourism Insight, saying, “Because sometimes, words aren’t necessary…”

Bonnie Way presents The Evolution of a Writer posted at The Koala Bear Writer.


Laura Grace Weldon presents Bringing Kids Back To The Commons posted at Laura Grace Weldon, saying, “Creating a more connected society starts by bringing the generations together. I gave it a try by replacing babies for dogs!”  
Laura Grace Weldon presents Get Involved When It?s None Of Your Business posted at Laura Grace Weldon, saying, “Ever seen a child abused, a teen bullied, or felt threatened yourself? Learn about de-escalation, a principle of non-violence. It’s a way to bring more peace into your life and to increase peace in the world.”


TIMOTHY CRAFT presents POEMS FOR THE FAINT OF HEART !!!: RAIN ON ME GOD !!!!!!! posted at POEMS FOR THE FAINT OF HEART !!!, saying, “beautiful poems of a religious nature,thoughts and words to inspire.”


Harry Bingham presents Time & Motion by Dexter Petley | Write Edit Seek Literary Agent posted at Write Edit Seek Literary Agent, saying, “This is a lovely impassioned blog by a real old-style writer. Hope you like it! All the best Harry (Bingham)”
American Boy presents Where are the Black Movies for My Generation? posted at, saying, “Being born in the 80’s I never got to fully experience the black renaissance of films in the late 80’s and early 90’s. But I’ve found myself still being forced to watch those same films because few have been made in the last 10 years that speak to my generation. I’m going to change that!”
Byteful Travel presents Computer History Museum Review: 7 Striking Exhibits from the Digital Age posted at Byteful Travel, saying, “Today I’d like to share with you a place that inspired me to learn more about the history of technology: The Computer History Museum. With over 90,000 objects, photographs, and films the museum has no equal in its field. In fact, the CHM contains the largest collection of computing artifacts on the planet! So, needless to say, we were in for a real treat, and in this article I reveal the 7 most memorable artifacts I stumbled across that day, including the “Godfather” of the iPhone and a 150 lb. computer that you just HAVE to get your loved one this holiday season. But we’ll get to that.”
Erin Pavlina presents Fill Your Gas Tank posted at Erin Pavlina – Spiritual Wisdom for Conscious People, saying, “Are you one of those people who gives so much of your energy to others that you have none left for yourself? Are you the shoulder that everyone cries on? The person all your friends come to for advice and help? Do you take care of everyone else’s needs before your own? If so, you’re…”

Writer’s Resource

Byteful Travel presents How to Assemble & Host a Well-Crafted Blog Carnival in 7 Steps posted at Byteful Travel, saying, “Blog Carnivals are a really smart way to get the word out about your work, no matter what you write about. In fact, they have been my favorite way to market Byteful Travel for nearly 2 years now. But actually hosting a blog carnival can complex and isn’t always an easy feat, especially if you’re hosting one with lots of entries. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Why? Because I have developed a great system to assemble a blog carnival in an eloquent way, no matter the size. My own blog carnival, the BTBC, has gotten a lot of praise, so I’m happy to now help others with what I’ve learned in getting to that point.”
Edmundo Gurza presents Back To Paper – Simplifying posted at Reconstructing Climate.
Nick Thacker presents How to Make Reading A Habit posted at Nick Thacker, saying, “A post about reading–how to do it, how to do it more, and why you’d want to!”
That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of lovely words using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.
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