To kick off the Changelings Blog Tour is my good friend and podcast buddy, Bradley Corbett, aka Green Embers.
He’s a cartoonist, html and css wizard, blogger and occasional writer (which he should do more of – he’s pretty good at it). He’s responsible for the colorful version of my blog tour page (thank you, Green), and he enjoys TV, movies and games, and all sorts of tech-geekery, which makes his opinions on Green Embers Recommends an entertaining read. And, considering I’m all over geekery, our show, the Not-So-Shocking News Dialogues, are more like conversational windows into an organized nerd fest. Which is fantastic.
His motivation of his fellow friends and bloggers knows no bounds – and has come in many incarnations. I first met ‘Green’ as I often call him, through the Building Rome project. Its mission was simple: Rome was not built in a day. To achieve one’s goals, one needs to take it a day at a time, and Building Rome was a place for people of all walks of life to do that.
That Building Rome site had hiccups and challenges of its own, but Brad now runs it through his main site, Green Embers, as a weekly reminder and update. It is a delightful and friendly way to keep on track and enjoy the encouragement of your blogosphere friends – as well as encourage your own support network. I also look at it as a way of holding yourself accountable to your own goals, but learning to forgive oneself for missteps and setbacks.
In that vein, Brad has been a wonderful cheerleader as I ignore everyone and everything in the effort to publish and now market the book. So, head over to Green Embers and Green Embers Recommends for a dose of fabulousness – and tell Green I said hi!
Some Green Highlights
Fiction: The Brothers Todd
Encouragement: Building Rome Week 46, Goals
Podcastery: The Not So Shocking News Dialogues, Episode 12: Rise of Marvel, Possibly Streaming
Review Mastery: The Flash (TV Review)
4 thoughts on “Changelings on Tour: Green Embers”
Awesome kudos for Bradley! I’ll have to head over to Green Embers when I get a chance!
Nice word about Bradley. We all know he is a genius but you also make him sound perfect.
You know, I think I am going to have to put this as endorsement on my resume. Thank you so much Katie, I am flattered. (And everyone else who reads this, have you bought your copy [or 10] of Changelings yet? You really should. 🙂 )
🙂 You’re welcome – and thank *you* very much!
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