AuthorCulture’s Third Anniversary

I’ve been so busy this morning writing the anniversary post for our collaborative blog, AuthorCulture, that I’m late (again) posting for my own.

In case you didn’t know, Lynnette Bonner, K.M. (Katie) Weiland, and I started AuthorCulture three years ago, and have been blessed to watch it grow in popularity. Last year, we added some new blood to the group with Sci-Fi King Johne Cook and Mystery Magnate John Robinson.

This year, although Katie had to move on, we still have stellar group, adding authors Lisa Lickel, Janalyn Voigt, and Michael J. Scott. Each have their own claim to fame, and I’m proud to have them join us.

Instead of me writing a separate post for Peppermint Place, why don’t you come visit AuthorCulture and meet our new members. If you’re not already a follower, please hit that “follow” button! We’d love to be able to keep you inspired, enlightened, and entertained during our anniversary year, and all the years to come.

About Linda W. Yezak

Author/Freelance Editor/Speaker (writing and editing topics).
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10 Responses to AuthorCulture’s Third Anniversary

  1. Joanne Sher says:

    And ANOTHER blog to add to my ever-growing list of “gotta reads.” Thanks – I think 😉


  2. stargazer12 says:

    Happy third anniversary!!! And many more.


  3. ceciliamariepulliam says:

    Author Culture is already on my list of must reads. Sure wish I could figure out why the site (or my computer) won’t let me leave a comment! Congratulations on three years!


    • Linda Yezak says:

      Thanks, Ceci. I can’t figure out why you can’t leave a comment. Our blog is set so anyone can, and I didn’t see you in the spam pile. What happens when you try?


      • ceciliamariepulliam says:

        The site becomes unresponsive. If I try to re-comment or even close out the window I get a warning/error code stating the site is busy. I have even set up a WordPress account which I sign in with, and still can’t get the comment to work. It is odd because I have no issues or trouble on any other WordPress sites – like yours. Never a problem here. Very odd, and confusing. However, in the long run, I can always let you know my thoughts on a particular post! 🙂


        • Linda Yezak says:

          That one’s a blogger site. It may be that our Amazon widget is messing with your computer if it’s an older model. I know I have trouble with Lynn Mosher’s site, especially on my old computer. Whenever I tried to work it, my computer would freeze. I have trouble with Lena Dooley’s site too. Too many gadgets on their sites, I guess.

          Of course, I’m a techno-idiot, and I’m just guessing . . .


          • ceciliamariepulliam says:

            Oh, now that you mention, that’s right it is a Blogger site. I think that explains it. I may need to sign in using my Blogger sign in. Duh! I don’t have issues on other sites, I guess that is a case of not just being blond, but very platinum. I’ll try the other sign in and see what happens!


            • ceciliamariepulliam says:

              I discovered the issue, thanks to your reminder it was a Blogger site, Linda. I have been using the link from my e-mail notifications. This time I used my link in Blogger. No problem at all. So, my e-mail link is wonky. All fixed! Yay!


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