Tuesday, October 13, 2009

The Rose & Thorn Goes Live Tomorrow!





Enjoy the Haywood County fall pics while Angie and I are working hard to get the Rose & Thorn newsletter ready to go out to readers today, and please sign up for our quarterly newsletter that will announce each issue. The new website for Rose & Thorn Journal will go live Thursday, tomorrow! That's when I'll be wending my way to the swampland of South Louisiana for the Book Fest - and to see my good friend Angie (Gumbo Writer) and my other NAWW friends...big smiling.....

Our wonderful and supportive and marvelous blogging community friends are helping us spread the word as our new R&T goes live tomorrow. THANK YOU ALL! So when tomorrow comes round and all the "locks" are lifted from the new site (since we're still tweaking and polishing it today), please browse around and give us honest feedback, and as well, wish us well and forward and onward for success!






Also! Scroll to the post below for LINKS (or click on the word LINKS) for writers/readers/shoppers. There's the community blogger artisan sites, Nathan Bransford's contest, and etcetera . . . Let's all support one another!
























































































































11 comments:

Patience-please said...

Good luck with R & T! Can't wait!

Strange Fiction said...

I love your photos! What an exciting week for you. Good luck with R&T, can't wait for a peek!

Angie Ledbetter said...

Hot dayum! She's coming "home." :D

Love the pics....I recognize some trees from Lake J. *sniff*

B.J. Anderson said...

Wow! Fantastic pictures!!

T. Anne said...

Can't wait to check it out! Love the pix!

Deb Shucka said...

Looking forward to exploring the new R & T. Love these pictures. Have fun with Angie!

Terri Tiffany said...

Enjoy your time together! Glad all of this is coming together and I will go there when it is up!

Karen said...

Beautiful pics! I'm gonna' sign up!

Sheila Deeth said...

Looking forward to it.

Eileen Astels Watson said...

Beautiful pics and I'll be checking this new site out tomorrow!

Midlife Jobhunter said...

Kathryn,

Most impressed with Rose and Thorn. Such a great deal of work, appreciated by this writer. I'll post about it next, or post next. Or however that is said.

Photos are most pleasant to my tired eye.