Meet and Greet Weekend Party



Meet and greet are opportunities for you to give people a chance to know more about you. It also gives you the opportunity to promote your blog. To make this more fun. Tell us what country you are posting from.  Tells us about your blog, what topics you cover, why you started blogging and a link to the post you are most proud of.  The other rules of engagement are listed below. Remember to copy this link on either your blog or social media outlet. I hope you get new people to see your heart and passion for blogging.

Here are the rules of engagement-

Leave a link to the post you are most proud of.

SHARE this post (social media or reblog)

The best way to increase readership is to engage with other bloggers! Comment on their posts. Invest time in what others are doing. It will help you grow as a blogger, writer and it is a heck of a lot of fun. This blogging community can be one the most rewarding social opportunities around. You will find that most people are encouraging. So get some conversations going, you never know what connection can be made!

10 thoughts on “Meet and Greet Weekend Party

  1. Intentergy says:

    Keith, thank you for this sharing opportunity!

    My name is Melanie A. Peters. My blog is Intentergy.

    I am from the Unites States (Central Missouri to be exact.)

    My blog was created as a communication outlet to help me through making a big career change. The goal of my blog is to bring positive energy to the daily activities of those who read it.

    There are two post I am particularly proud of: Overalls and a Pocketwatch ( and Are There Toys in Heaven (


  2. JAMES F. O'NEIL says:

    Keith, thank you for the opportunity for me to give myself a pat on the back, to say “My Blog Is Good, and Here It Is!” Pass it on!

    I am James O’Neil, from the Gulf Coast of Florida. I had help from my brother to set up my blog, Memories of a Time, nearly four years ago: htpps://

    I am retired, and write stories about growing up, and the past–and other stuff (sometimes bits and pieces of academia). I try to do a weekly “something,” but a story a month.

    My most recent story about the semicolon is not really all about the semicolon–and it is one of my best:

    I have had Catholic experiences, so the nuns play a role in my life. One story is worth its weight in golden memories of the past:

    I hope your readers will have some time to look over my site. I guarantee some giggles, laughs, and memories of their own.


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