Introduce Yourself – Introducing Guest Author Hope Destiny

Pearls Before Swine!

Pearls Before Swine

Its that time of the week again!  Welcome to another edition of Introduce Yourself, a new and exciting blog segment of The PBS Blog dedicated to introducing to you new and established authors and their books.

Today I’d like to extend a warm welcome to Hope Destiny. Welcome to The PBS Blog! Let’s get started.

What is your name and where are you from?

My name is Latisha. I write under Tisha as well as the pseudonym Hope Destiny. I live in Orlando, Florida.

The Sunshine state! I love it. Your pseudonym is beautiful. What made you decide on this name in particular?

I was airing out my dirty laundry to the world about what I did when I was younger that I shouldn’t have been doing as well as the violations I endured and my feelings about my parents, and I just didn’t want any family members to know…

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ANGELIQUE CONGER

Lucinda E. Clarke!

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This week’s author came up with a question many of us might have thought about for a moment and then dismissed it as one of those unexplained events.  Angelique Conger took this one step further and wrote a whole book about it. I think it’s a really novel (excuse the pun) idea. In Angelique’s own words …

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Have you ever wondered about Eve? I did. I wanted to know how she managed life in a new world. How did she have that first child by herself, did someone help her? Then I wondered, how many children did she have? And how did they think about writing? And, did they live in a cave or in the open or build a house? All these questions left me wondering. The only way I could find the answers was to write a book.

I’ve lived a while, I’ve thought about this a long…

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Today’s Featured Reblog is…Don Massenzio’s Blog!!

Don Massenzio!

Don Massenzio's Blog

This is a reboot of one of my most popular posts from 2016 in my blogging incarnation. The words in this post are just as true today as they were when it was posted. I’ve made some updates based on what I’ve learned along the way.


indie If you are like me, you are aware of the thousands of other authors that are in the indie-author universe on social media platforms. We all belong to groups on Facebook and we promote our books, blogs, giveaways, and events. We start to see the same names over and over relentlessly touting their work.

As I first entered the indie author world, I viewed all of these authors as people that were competing for my readers. I wanted to out-promote and out-sell all of them. Over the past two years, however, my view has changed. Instead of viewing my fellow authors as competitors, I have come to…

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Parmesan Baked Chicken

This is Nomenom!

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My oven broke a few years ago, and our circumstances prevented the purchase of a new one. I luckily have inherited my Grandma’s stove/oven, and my husband installed it last night. As I was cleaning it, I couldn’t help but remember all of the family meals she prepared for us.

At 99 years old, she cooked for us all for the last time a year and a half ago. 

I think my Mom said it best when she said,”…the smells she produced!! It’s called love!” My Grandma passed away just over a year ago, and we all miss her deeply. I’ve also inherited a few of her recipes; I just hope I can do them justice on her stove!

I had mentioned to a friend on social media that I would be cooking chicken stew tonight for my son, but he left today to go on a cruise. Tonight I…

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Fit for Friday! From Work to Weekend; A Transitional Clothing Collab with T.M. Lewin #fitforfriday @TMLewin

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Hello all 🙂 It’s Friday after work and the perfect time for this Fit for Friday feature! Today, I am super-excited about this post! When the opportunity to create a Men’s/Women’s versatile office wear collaboration with…

August 2016 Reading List

I love book lists!!

It was John Wooden that said, “Drink deeply from good books, especially the Bible.” Nothing can replace the Bible and all of its purity, richness, and treasure. No other book can transform your life like God’s Word. However, we should also be learners of all things, including people, places, and things. My goal is to broaden my scope of reading in the next few months, but here is my list for August. Be Blessed! Be Revealed!

Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance by Angela Duckworth. Grit is the number one determiner of success. Gritty people focus on one thing and continue in the face of adversity. They may get disappointed, but do not remain so for long. They continue to practice despite setbacks because they are not only interested but also find meaning in what they do.

Grit

Rooted: The Hidden Places Where God Develops You by Banning Liebscher. You…

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Power to The People’s Book Prize

Introducing Misty Books!!

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Have you got a mo?
It’s just that I’ve got a bit of news.
Oh you know already?

How, if you don’t mind me asking? After all I only just found out…
Sorry? You what?
You think that I’m going to tell you about the honeymoon!
Honestly, you lot!
All you every think of is sex.
Well it is, isn’t it – be honest.
In fairness I have done a blog about that little adventure, but I thought that I’d tell you about this other news first.
What?
No this is nothing to do with sex either.
Really! Get a grip!
And no, that’s not a euphemism for anything.
Yes, I know I wrote a blog entitled ‘Sexual Healing‘ the other week, but I’m not going to make a habit of it.

O.k? Are we clear now?

Right then.
Back to business.

Thinking of previous blogs, do you…

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Product Review: Filmora Video Editing Software #Filmora

This is Life Experiment Blog!!

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Hi there 🙂

Today I wanted to talk to you about video editing software. I know that quite a few of you also have video blogs  or vlogs. So I figure this might help navigate the waters a bit.

If you are anything like me, trying to find an easy to use video editing software is….nowhere near easy. So you can imagine that I jumped at the opportunity when presented with the chance to review Filmora’s video editing software!

I must admit, that when I initially downloaded this software, it was a bit challenging for my amateur editing brain to process everything. It is set up quite simply. So it does cater to those who are just starting out. The packages offered, create an entirely different realm of possibilities to the editor. I was gifted the fashion package. Which is really awesome! There are loads of templates for creating videos…

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