Meet and Greet: Blogger Christmas Party

By: | December 25, 2017 | Tags: , , , , , |

Blogger Christmas Party

Welcome to Our Christmas Party!

Bloggers can network at the Meet and Greet.

Although we don’t need an occasion to party, the holidays are a wonderful time to get together.

I hope you are all having a happy holiday season.

At today’s Meet and Greet, we are having holiday cake.

In the comments section, you are encouraged to self-promote.

Introduce your blog to the other guests at the party. Tell the readers about your blog, and post a link to your favorite post, a recent post, your About page, your blog link, or anything you like.

If you are not already following Mostly Blogging, I like new subscribers too.

Note: At other Meet and Greets, guests return and leave different links to articles in different comment boxes. You are welcome to return as often as you like and leave links.

I am hoping others will be able to find new blogs to read and new bloggers to connect with.

Guests, if you think others would enjoy the networking opportunities at our holiday Meet and Greet, please share on your social media. The more guests at the party, the more networking opportunities for all of us.

If you get a chance to promote the link to this party on your site, that would also be much appreciated since it would help make others aware of this blog party.

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  1. Kevin

    Many thanks for the opportunity to introduce my poetry to your readers and a happy Christmas to all. My blog, contains examples of my poetry together with links to my published works. I have recently released my collection of poetry, “My Old Clock I Wind” as an audio download from and It is also available from Amazon (ebook only) and from Moyhill Publishing as a paperback ( My recently published poem, “This Ticking Clock” can be found here,

  2. Nancy E. Head

    I was a single mother with five children under the age of 14. We endured hard days, what I call “the lean years.” Yes, there were programs to help, but in many ways, those programs were designed to make us permanent fixtures in an impersonal system. They were designed to make us stand still in life.

    But another factor made all the difference for us. It was the ministry we received from Christians of various faith traditions. Because needs aren’t always material. A welfare check doesn’t heal the kinds of wounds divorce and poverty cause. But the love of Christ does.

    This type of ministry doesn’t make you stand still in life. Instead, it lifts you to a new place. It doesn’t just provide. It encourages. It brings healing.

    And it showed me that the Church is bigger than I thought.

    • Donna DeGuglielmo

      hi there Nancy I just wrote a note and system did not take it hope you this your story is an inspirations. I am looking into your site …. need more than the system is at times so impersonal I agree. blessings

  3. Ryoma Sakamoto.Japan

    I hope you and your family are having a wonderful holiday full of good food and good cheer.
    Have a very Merry Christmas, and we wish you all the best in the New Year, too!

  4. Sue Ready

    I appreciate the opportunity to introduce myself on the Christmas blogger party.

    Merry Christmas to all and wishing you peace and Joy in the new year. I write at I post recipes, book reviews. travel adventures and stories about our yellow lab The World According to Bella. I am interested in diverse literature for children and am associated with the annual Multicultural Children’s Book Day event Jan. 27th. I am passionate about books and poetry,

  5. Donna Parker

    Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays – just happy every day because whether or not it’s a holiday, each day matters!!! Thanks for the invitation, dear Janice and hope your day is full of comfort and joy. 🙂
    MY name is Donna and I blog about everything and anything with a lot of humour.
    Here’s my latest, ???
    Drop by, stay a spell, you might never want to leave!!! ?
    Thanks for the party and to all a wonder-filled day!!! ?

  6. Kyla Matton Osborne

    Merry Christmas to you, Janice, and to all the readers! 24 Carrot Diet wishes everyone a healthy and prosperous New Year <3

  7. Marcella Kenny

    Merry Christmas to all! If you haven’t already stop by say hello and check out the projects and posts that I have been working on through the year. May the year 2018 be the year my blog show a more traffic! Hope the new year brings good things to everyone!

    • Rachel

      Hey Linda,
      I really like the look of your blog and your little blurb about yourself is great (clearly something I need to spruce up on my page)!

  8. Ann

    I’m a few days late but figured it wouldn’t hurt to be fashionably late! My name is Ann and I’m the founder of Gardening Limited, a blog about urban gardening in small spaces on a budget. I’ve always loved flowers, but didn’t really get into gardening until about two years ago. I have a tiny balcony, but I’ve managed to create a little gardening oasis and want to tell others how they can do the same! You can check it out here, Thank you for this opportunity!

    • Rachel

      What a neat concept for a blog! I just followed you on Instagram 🙂

  9. Rachel

    Merry belated Christmas everyone! My name is Rachel and my blog is By the Pounds. I’ve been blogging almost 2 years but am still working on gaining a following. Check out any of my posts:

  10. Emily Gaffney

    Better late than never!? Love the meet and greet party theme! My blog (turned website) is A place for adult children of aging parents (ACAPS), to share their peaks and pitfalls of care taking – preferably with humor. Lots of great writers and funny stories. Come visit!

  11. Emily Gaffney

    Great idea! My site is a place for adult children caring for aging parents (ACAPS) to share their peaks and pitfalls – hopefully with humor!

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