Have y’all met the incomparable Vidya Sury yet? She is a freelance writer from Bangalore, India and one of the most positive, high-energy people I’ve ever had the pleasure of knowing. In addition to her freelance work, she is an active member of the community of writers that I engage with on social media, and she posts on five of her own blogs. Plus, she makes a mean cup of coffee. 🙂 Here’s blog #1:

Collecting Smiles.
Writing about Life. Fun. Humor. Love. Relationships. Health. Tips. Resources. Technology. Experiences. Stories. Inspiration. Because variety is the spice of life.

And her second blog:

And she’s a wonderful mother, wife, and friend. A very busy woman!

 

With all that going on, Vidya honored me by reading my books. She went so far as to post a review of Puppalicious and Beyond on her Going A-musing site.  And she’s giving away a copy of the e-book, too. Woot! Y’all, be sure to hop over to Vidya’s review, leave a comment, and check out her other posts. I highly recommend following her, as she is a wonderful source of tips, quotes, and links to valuable reading.

 

Thank you, dear Vidya, and good luck to all of you in her giveaway!

 

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edit biographydelete Biography Pamela writes overly long e-mails and the What Doesn't Kill You romantic mysteries from deep in the heart of Nowheresville, TX and way up in the frozen north of Snowheresville, WY. Pamela is passionate about hiking with her hunky husband and pack of rescue dogs (and an occasional goat and donkey), riding her gigantic horses, experimenting with her Keurig, and traveling in the Bookmobile.

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  1. Where are the tissues? Sniff sniff. Smiling through the tears. No, grinning.

    Thank you Pamela! Love you too! Very much.

    (See? I also know how to comment 😀 and not post in the comments box!!)

    So delighted to talk about your book on my blog, Pamela! And I now know that I can do it five times over, as of now 😀

  2. Very well said and a reminder to one and all to do the same. As a survivor of a tragic motorcycle accident where I lost my business partner, I can say the same thing about motorcyclist. We are not always loved on the road.

    1. Definitely. There’s a lot of humans on the road, in all sizes and types of modes of transportation. We need to be kind to one another, by forcing ourselves to remain alert and focused. IMHO.

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