I’m finding myself becomes more and more a gadget girl. Technology is fascinating to me and while I may not be quick to jump on the bandwagon with my purchases, I’m still intrigued. Recently, I spent some time at the Sprint Collaboration center with some of my fellow bloggers to hear about their products, how they work with businesses, and what programs they participate in the community. Lets take a look at some of what I saw.
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I’m a hugh reader. My Kindle is fast becoming filled with more and more books for my reading enjoyment. And one of my favorite ways to find out about new authors is to participate in virtual book tours. I’m currently on one that I wanna share with you.
It’s 1968. The winds of change are descending on Fairmont and engulfing the small South Carolina town in a tornadic frenzy. The public schools are finally being completely integrated. Mossy Springs High School is closing and its black students are now attending formerly all-white Fairmont High and the town is high with racial tension. Several black youths have been arrested for tossing firebombs at a handful of stores. White citizens form a private academy for the purpose of keeping their kids out of the integrated school system. The Ku Klux Klan is growing.
As many are getting ready for the Holiday season, I’m gearing up for Valentines Day, one of my favorite days of the year whether I have a sweetie or not. So here it is, the Hello Sweetie! Valentine’s Day giveaway hop.
So I’m looking for a few good bloggers to join me in this FREE blogging event. Here are the details: