How It Works

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How it works for those who would like to go upload a feature article using our very own “Submit to the Blog” form page. It is a simple form that we haven’t used before and hope that it will work out for all of us. You have to “register” first and you will receive a confirmation email where you can accept the created password or type in one of your own. Once you have signed back into the site you can begin to fill out the form. We just did a test run and both the Contact Us and the Submit to Blog forms seem to be working now.

Help with Pictures

We typed up a mock article and submitted it with a picture. It error out two times because our image settings were too strict. So that has been changed. You can submit a picture as small as 150x150px and as large as 1200x1200px. We ask that each one not be more than 3MB a piece. To find out the size of the pictures you can right click on the name, another box pops up and you click on the word “properties”. You will get the size from the “General” Tab. Click on the “Details” tab and size the size of the picture. We also request that all pictures be save in “.jpeg” or “.jpg” format on the end. Below are samples,

We have posted a couple of our new posters to our Facebook pages as well as some of the local writers groups in the North Florida area. We hope the administrators will print the information out and share it to their members at their next meetings. The more people we can get to participate the more fun it will be for our potential readers. Hopefully, it will help future writers to take the leap and publish their stories too. Again, we offer this service for FREE and we will be creating promotional videos and more posters for all the featured authors . We are looking forward to working with each of you over the next 12 months.


I am a retired medical office worker who sold everything, bought an old RV and began traveling around the state of Florida with her mother and youngest daughter. My mother has since passed and I work on my books, blogs and websites in the rural quiet of Suwannee County Florida.

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