Sunday, September 16, 2012

A Rising Tide...Guest Blogger's Share Their Expertise

The Greek Fleet from 
 The Complete Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer
Illustration by Warwick Goble, 1912
A few months ago I reached my 2012 personal blog goal of 100,000 readers. I am a firm believer in the quote, "A rising tide floats all boats"  so I decided to share the audience with my intelligent and creative colleagues in the form of Guest Blogger articles.

The response has been overwhelming, which is not surprising, considering their generosity of spirit. I know it takes time and effort to pen an article for publication and I am grateful for their willingness to share their experiences. Currently, these talented writers have reached over 1,600 readers with their work!

It is with great appreciation and admiration I offer you the links to the current Guest Blogger articles from my storytelling and business colleagues in the USA and beyond. I will continue to add more as they are published.

If you are interested in becoming a Guest Blogger email me at for details with “Guest Blogger Information” in the subject heading and be part of  the rising tide!


Pinocchio's Nose Grows by Linda Gorham

Her Story, Your Story, Our Story: An Afternoon with Women Who Have Escaped the Troll by Regina Ress

Sweeping the Air, Catching the Dust by Eileen DeLorenzo

Five Minute Creativity Boost by Monica Davis

Superlative Speakers Tell Superlatives Stories by Bill Lampton, Ph.D.

Fighting Demons with Compassion by Gaye Sutton

Everything Old is New Again…by Mike Speller

Jake’s Head by Gwen Bonilla 

Bridging Difference through Storytelling by Noa Baum

Stories from Cave Art to Computer by Jerry Haigh

An Audience of One by Barry Stewart Mann

The Folly of Callow Youth Age by Judith Black


Karen Chace 2012 ©

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