Meet & Greet

Meet & Greet [closed]

Dear Friends,

Happy Saturday! I love that you all are enjoying these “Meet & Greet” events and finding them beneficial and fun. Therefore, today I again open up for you all to share your posts, make new connections, and broaden your blog audiences.

The guidelines, like always, are simple…

– To Promote Your Post/Blog –

Step 1: Select a blog post that you would like to share with others.

Step 2: Tell us a little bit about your post and paste a clickable hyperlink to it.

Step 3: Show support to one another through visiting other’s blogs and liking, commenting, and/or following.

Step 4: Bookmark this post and revisit as many times as you would like to explore new arrivals.

On these ‘event days,’ I turn off comment moderation so as to allow you all to easily communicate with each other. So let’s spread some love and make this a great Meet & Greet weekend!


Phoebe 💙


105 replies »

  1. God bless you for this opportunity!

    May name is Wendi and I blog at about living with muliple chronic illnesses and some poetry.

    Thank you again.


  2. Not to sound like a broken record but it bears repeating: this is a wonderful idea that you have put into effect. Thank you. It’ll be interesting to read some of the other blogs in the comments (a little later tonight though.)
    I write a majority of the things for the Unnecessary Blog. The name is pretty well self-explanatory. While mostly poetry, there are also some short stories and occasional devotions. There is another contributor who has written one post and will be back with more soon. He leads a busy life. His work can be found here:
    While not necessarily like the rest of my work, the following story received some positive feedback. I’ve been writing microfiction stories that coordinate with older photographs.This particular one dealt with a couple aboard the Titanic.
    Hope y’all enjoy. I’ll be reading your blogs later tonight!

  3. Hi everyone!

    Thanks again Phoebe for this great opportunity!

    I’m Tee and I run a poetry blog and it contains my poetry or other people’s poetry I find amazing! There are plenty more things my blog would be about but that’s for the future! here is the link to my blog:

    One of my recent blogs is something i’ve started a few weeks ago. It is called “Fave Poem of the Week” This is where I talk about and recommend the poetry I’ve read. I will do this every Friday and here is the link:

    If you love poetry then please come check out my blog! I’d love to see you guys! Thanks!

  4. Thanks for this initiative Phoebe!! Means a lot. I came across some lovely blogs through this post and followed few.
    I am Cherry and my blog is about poetry and life experiences. I am a bibliophile I love reading blogs too. This is a short poem about books – hope you like it. Please visit my blog for more such pieces. This is my second blog in beginning stage. I have been blogging since 2016 and my first blog that lasted three years got lots of love but I had to deactivate it in February this year. I missed blogging. Hope to see you on my blog- shewrites170.
    Have a great Sunday ahead!!

  5. Thank you for your generosity in doing this 🙂
    I recently wrote a post about Suicide Prevention. The theme this year was It’s Okay to Talk. My post was It’s Okay to Talk/Will we Listen

    Mental Health is an issue I care about and my desire is to lessen stigma. I do write from my perspective as a Christian. In my blog I also share about my experiences with other cultures, living with chronic illness, and my faith.

  6. Hi everyone,
    There are some really interesting blogs/posts here. Thank you Phoebe for this opportunity. I think this is a great way of connecting with fellow bloggers/writers. My name is Fizza and I mostly write fiction. Sometimes I share non-fiction posts about things that I feel strongly about. So, if you want to read a short story or a piece of poetry then do visit my blog. The post I’d like to share here is also fiction. I hope you enjoy it. Thank you!
    Post link:

  7. Hello Phoebe. Thanks for this opportunity.
    The last time I participated in this it helped a lot. I’d live to share a link for a post of nine that talks about self authenticity and how it’s a crucial aspect of our being yet society has been shaped in such a manner it becomes a means of outcast or difficult to express individual authenticity and it uniqueness. We all can’t bow to society’s standards so let’s be ourselves. This is the link:

  8. Hi everyone! Thanks so much for letting us come and meet each other on your page, Phoebe ♥️.

    My name is Jenny, and my blog is all about rediscovering meaning and who we are after life does it’s thing.

    The post that is the most “heart-on-my-sleeve” for me, though admittedly not my best post per say, is about Postpartum Depression:

    I’d love to see you there and can’t wait to check out the other great blogs here, too! God bless!

  9. Phoebe, thanks so much for this opportunity! It’s always fun to find new blogs to visit. Hi everyone, I’m Terri, and I write Reclaiming HOPE. Although it’s a blog about learning to thrive, not just survive, with Fibromyalgia, I also write posts about improving our overall Wellness. Here’s my latest post:
    I’d love to see you there!

  10. Hello, Phoebe! Hello, everyone! First, I’d like to say thank you for your idea of giving us a chance to promote our blog here. You really help us in connecting with another bloggers on WordPress community. I’m Luna from Share My Thoughts and Emotions. I love sharing about poetry, hobby and opinions on something. If you’re willing to check my recent post, you can click on You can leave any critics/advice/anything you want to say for me on comment sections. Thank you so much. Warm regards.

  11. Hello Pheobe! Thank you for providing this opportunity to bloggers to connect with others!
    Hi everyone! I am Bhagyashree from Ink and Thoughts! I love everything about writing poetry, reading books and having great conversions.
    In recent times, there have been a few moments in my life, when I had started thinking about opting the easy way of quitting on things, even when I was on the brink of trying unsuccessfully and one step ahead of me was success. Thankfully. I persisted! I know I am not alone in this tumultuous journey of choosing the hard truth of going on or quitting. I know this struggle takes a toll on your emotional and mental heath. To all those people who are standing on an emotional exhausting crossroad of their lives, Just Breathe! Just breathe, everything will fall in place. Just breathe and don’t give up.

    Feel free to browse my blog for posts on books, poetry and life! I will be looking forward to hear from some of you! 🙂

  12. What a wonderful idea! Thanks for allowing people to share their writing.

    My blog contains short stories based on a snippet in my life, usually a funny tale or with an empowering message. I hope to share relatable experiences. I write about parenting, mental illness… pretty much anything. Meanwhile, I’m working on my debut novel and forging a career path in writing.

  13. I love this idea!

    I’m Katherine, a soon-to-be debut author. I write stories that showcase love (romantic and otherwise) and its power to help people heal from the lifelong impacts of childhood abuse and trauma. I believe in kindness, honesty, compassion, love, and helping others. I use my author site not just to talk about my books, but also to dialogue about important issues, like trauma and mental health. I would love for people to check out what I have to say and love even more if what I write helps even one person!

    I’d actually like to provide two links: the first to my most recent post and the second to the page about why I write the genre I do (contemporary romantic women’s fiction).

    Have a read, leave a comment if you feel moved to do so – I would love to hear your thoughts!

  14. Thanks again Pheobe for this opportunity, the last time I participated I did end up with more visitors and views than usual. God bless you for this.

    I only recently discovered that most of my life before now was totally ruled by the ego. I didn’t think myself someone full of themselves or controlled by the ego, but that was precisely what was happening. I hope my blog on the ego will help others to be more aware of it.