Non-Denominational Blog Party

By: | April 8, 2017 | Tags: |


#Bloggers can come to the Meet and Greet

Welcome to Our Blog Party!

This coming week marks the start of Passover, a Jewish holiday. Next Sunday, Christians will be observing Easter. I have readers who celebrate those religions. I also have many readers who don’t celebrate either religion. Therefore, we are having a non-denominational blog party.

At today’s blog party, we are having 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.

Enjoy the cake and the networking.

Guests, if you think others would enjoy the networking opportunities at our 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. Ellen Hawley

    I haven’t gotten into the Easter/Passover/Whatever You Celebrate/Spring mode yet–that’s for next week at Notes from the U.K.–but let’s greet the season with a post about that tiny bit of punctuation that the British call the Oxford comma and Americans call the series comma. I have no idea what people in other countries call it–or if they bother calling it anything. Oddly enough, some people in the U.S. and Britain (the only two countries I’ve surveyed on the topic) can get pretty worked up about it. And if that isn’t topical enough for you, it’s followed by a piece on what effect your letters/emails/phone calls to politicians have. Don’t bother looking for a link between the two topics–there isn’t one.

    • Jennifer

      Your intro immediately reminded me of the Maine lawsuit. Happy to see that it was in your post!

      • Janice Wald

        Hi Jennifer,
        Uh-oh. I am not familiar with that lawsuit. Looks like I have some reading to do. Thanks for the heads up!

          • Janice Wald

            Hi Ellen,
            Great to hear from you! Thanks for coming to my blog party today!
            After reading Jennifer’s comment, I thought the suit may have had something to do with religion since that’s what my intro was about. I will click on your link and see. Thanks for bringing it.

          • Ellen Hawley

            I’m out of reply buttons, so I’m using an earlier one. I went off topic, as i often do. Thanks, as always, for hosting.

          • Janice Wald

            No problem. I clicked the link and saw it was unrelated. My pleasure. I love to host.

  2. RasmaSandra

    This is a most busy month for me. My hubby and I will be celebrating Easter but here in Latvia we have Easter Sunday and second Easter on Monday. Now with the April poetry challenge going on I have barely enough time to even think. My muses are constantly inspiring and I am along for this wild ride. The link therefore is to my poetry site which will need to finish up this month with thirty poems.

      • Kevin

        Hi Chloe. Many thanks for taking a look at my poem. I would be interested to know your opinion of it, if you have a moment. Kind regards, Kevin

  3. Ray V.

    My blog, “A Simple, Village Undertaker” is sometimes very serious, sometimes frivolous and more often than not… somewhere in between. Occasionally political, but never politically correct.

    Borrowing a theme from another blogger, I am a funeral director who occasionally blogs about funeral service.

    I have been blogging topics that are of interest to me since February, 2010 and I simply hope that others find them of interest also. I refer to this as a “Look out my window”

    I blog to amuse myself and it has proven to be a rewarding hobby.

    • Chloe

      Hi, as a fellow foodie ive just had a look at your blog some interesting food. I love salad but not rhubarb, Chloe.

    • Melissa Ruddy

      Your blog is fascinating. An entire food culture I wasn’t even aware of. Thanks for introducing me to it.

    • Janice Wald

      Hi John,
      I tried to comment on your article, but it said I was blocked as a suspected bot, LOL. I was excited about your article, specifically the link where bloggers can sign up to write paid reviews. Is the site free for bloggers? Thanks, and thanks for coming to my blog party.

  4. Raymond Philippe


    I’m hoping to turn 60 this year. Decided to start blogging about various topics.
    Now I’m looking forward to a running festivity in Roterdam. The weather looks promissing for Sunday.
    Might blog about that if I finish within the max time allowed 😉
    Take care,


  5. Brainy V

    I hope you all having a day. My post is about motivation, health, culture, sports, weight loss, and various topic. I like to be an all around person hence the versatility. Check out my latest posts: AND
    Also, Please reply back with your links I will like to read your posts. Expand our knowledge.

    Brainy Versatility

  6. dconnollyislandgmailcom

    I love your blog parties, Janis. Thank you so much for all that you do in hosting them.
    My blog, RetirementReflections, talks about all things retirement. I haven’t (yet) written about the upcoming holidays. But, my most recent post shares uninterrupted family time. For me, family-time is what holidays are all about. Enjoy!
    I look forward to meeting many other blogs (old and new) on this site.

  7. Gary Jefferies

    Another two weeks have flashed by! I’m about to say goodbye to my current blog theme and will hopefully be running a new interface shortly whereupon actual new posts will magically appear 🙂

    Hope all’s well Janice

    I write short stories and novels; some excerpts I share on the blog amongst odds and ends, including mindfulness and will be participating in this years Kindness Challenge in May. The sign up link for that is near the top of my blog if anyone is interested 🙂

    • Olivia Morris

      Thanks Gary for a nice little read and the link to the Kindness Challenge……I think I will have to join you but I will continue the challenge after May is over.

      • Gary Jefferies

        Thank you for popping over Olivia. Much appreciated. The challenge is pretty much open ended with no definite timescale as such. The idea is to take it at your own pace and, more importantly, gain from the experience. It’s also a good place to connect with like minded people too. Last year I made some really good friends; including the host of the challenge itself. In fact I’m publishing her book cover reveal on Monday!

  8. Olivia Morris

    Thanks for this invitation Janice, I appreciate it very much. I write two blogs and they are as different as night and day. My first love is fashion and I’m a plus size woman. So I like to be dressed well, fashionable and affordable too. is where you will find me.
    My other love is writing about things that make me happy. Most of the time that is about gardening and grandchildren. You can find some really interesting information for gardeners at
    Check out either of these links for your amusement or interest!

  9. Tamara

    This is my first blog party and it looks like a fun place to hang out. This is my first Easter not having children at home. Yes they are in their 20’s and other things are planned. I will be meeting my oldest son for Easter dinner at a town between my home and his, so I will not be completely childless and my youngest and I will be together tomorrow. My latest blog post is about 4 quotes that guide my life as a single mom and psychotherapist.
    It would be great if you stopped by to take a look.

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Tamara,
      I am honored to be the first hostess of your first blog party. Welcome!

  10. Wyvonia Woods Harris

    i just received my flyers for my “Memories in May 72” celebration. When I was 69 years old on May 29, 2014, my Daughter Leslie asked what I wanted and I said I would like to use my celebration as a way to fund raise for Cancer research. She made it happen and also baked me 69 cupcakes with butterflies. When it was time for my 70th birthday, I asked if she would drive me to our State capitol so that I could advocate for cancer care. She agreed even though she was taking chemotherapy. She died September 1, 2015. This celebration is a memorial fundraiser to honor her beautiful life. I will always celebrate with cupcakes and sweet memories of my #GirlMic. Please call her name today for my sake. Her name is Leslie Michelle.

  11. Megan Kopp

    Thanks for the party invite, Janice!

    I love parties and blogging – almost as much as I do traveling, being outdoors and searching for historical gems. I tie those last three together at Time. Travel. Trek. ( – a blog actively looking into the past.


  12. John

    Thanks for the invitation! My blog started as a way to vent, put on digital paper what was floating around in my head. I’ve written about the last few years of my fathers life, and about my struggles coming to terms with his death. It has morphed into ramblings about songs that inspire me, daily life as a truck driver and my future plans of life on a sailboat. This post is about my ultimate goal of giving back to veterans with PTSD and their children.

  13. Mandibelle16

    Hey, I came late to the party. Sorry about that. I’ve been busy writing for work stuff lately. Such a change it was really hard at first to get clients but now it’s overwhelming. But tonight I’m relaxing and looking forward to celebrating Easter. My fam we go to church on Friday night. I always hate that service it’s so grim. It is definable a grim matter but I think the focus is more that Christ rise from the dead for Christians. They do this thing where they strip the alter of all communion wear, the bible, alter clothes etc. Gives me chills in a sad way. But Easter is happy there is family and dinner and chocolate. My Mom thinks her kids all need chocolate and we’re all around 30ish. However she said Dad can by his own chocolate lol.

    Anyways my blog is I write poetry and short fiction and some nonfiction such as writer/blogger interviews. If you’re interested in that go up top of my blog to the contact page and send message note 🙂

    I’m doing NaPoWriMo and A to Z Challenge together so this month is all about poetry and quotes from A to Z to accompany the NaPo prompts. I have even tried three prompts together, trying to use pictures from my regular flash fiction and other prompts.

    Love to see you drop by. Thank you Janice 🙂

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Mandi
      It’s never too late to party. Thanks for joining us today. You are gracious to thank me. It’s always my pleasure to host.

  14. Anonymous

    Hi Lovelies!

    I’m Aiza, the author of Drunken Cheeks. I blog about anything that comes to my mind but right now I’m focusing more on homemade organic recipes for our body, few life experiences that I think will encourage people not to give up easily and lastly few excerpts from my previous works. Hoping y’all take time to visit my blog https://

    Btw, in my country we call it Holy Week. Thanks for inviting me to join this party, Janice. 🙂

    Happy Weekend!

  15. Otis

    Hey folks.

    My name is Otis & I run the site “How The Hell Do I Get Traffic?” which can be found here:

    Now this is a blog about generating traffic to YOUR website. My approach is to show you different methods of getting traffic by actually growing the blog using varying traffic strategies, so you can get a firmer grasp on what does & doesn’t work based on my posts about what methods I use.

    This saves you the time & effort of going through the hassle of trying the different tactics yourself. Sound intriguing? Then stop on by!

    And you can also find me on Twitter Also, I pretty much follow everyone that follows me (& I regularly engage too).

    Don’t be shy, let’s connect!

  16. Harry Hoover

    Thanks for the virtual cake, Janice! Nice to meet the party-goers. My blog is You, Improved, and is focused on helping you improve your body, mind, spirit and life. I’ll leave a link to my most popular post: Answer 9 Quick Questions & Live Longer By Living Purposefully. The Truth About What Successful People Do Differently –

  17. Doreen Wright

    Thank you for the invitation to your blog party and thanks for visiting my blog. Your blog is very informative and I have book marked it as a reference. My blog is about my experience as a believer in God and encouraging others to find fulfilment in God.

  18. Naveen

    Thankyou for the invite. Your blog posts keeps on helping me.
    I write about my beautiful experiences of being a new mom. I have recently written about my first travelling experience with the little one. I would love to know your point of view.

  19. Donna Parker

    Did I hear cake? Sorry I’m late, but I’d hate to miss one of your awesome parties, dear Janice and here’s my contribution, which also contains you, well, not you, but your blog and wonderful book
    Hope this week is treating everyone kindly…now where’s that cake? 😉
    Big hugs xo

    • Janice Wald

      It’s never too late to party Donna. Wow! I can’t wait to read it! Thank you in advance!

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Jo-Ann,
      Thanks for coming to my party. Happy Easter to you.

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