Sunday, August 19, 2007

The Broken Cup Publishes Her First Book of Poetry

One of our very own Villagers, Jillbeth, has just published her very first book of poetry on Lulu.com. Some of the poems were posted on her blog, The Broken Cup: Christian Poetry. We have a lot of very talented folks on BLOG VILLAGE, so she's probably not the only one who has self published some of their writings. I'd love to give you a plug, too, if you'll let me know about it, OK?

In the meantime, I'm sure Jillbeth would appreciate you taking the time to take a peek at her new book, and maybe even write a review of the two sample poems shown on Lulu.

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If you are interested in being the Featured Villager on our BLOG VILLAGE News blog, please contact Janey Loree, Kilroy, or the Gatekeeper, the members of our Village Interview Team.

7 comments:

jillbeth said...

Rosemary, thanks so much!

Dirty Butter said...

I just happened to see your blog post, but I would be more than happy to plug any such venture that other Villagers undertake, if they will let me know.

Good Luck!!

Janey Loree said...

This is great! I will run by Jillbeth's first chance I get!! Great job!!!

The Gatekeeper said...

Oh, I would love to do book reviews in The Village. Congrats Jillbeth. And I actually have a cookbook published. :) Shhhhssssh--it has secret Indonesian recipes.

Dirty Butter said...

OK, Gatekeeper, go at it!! And tell us about your cookbook in your first post, OK? I noticed that our BLOG VILLAGE blogger at 9 month journey has a book, too, so that's another one you could do. and there are bound to be more. It's just a matter of finding them. I'll try to remember to put out the word the next time I send out an email to everyone, which should be pretty soon.

Janey Loree said...

I bought JillBeth's poetry book and it is great. The next best thing would have been if it was a autographed copy!!

Over at Twiglet the Little Christmas Tree you will find our children's book of discoveries, friendships and miracles! Gatekeeper's Review is posted there too!!!

Dirty Butter said...

Janey Loree didn't leave a link to the Gatekeeper's review of her book, so I will ;).

The Little Christmas Tree

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