- Beabe Thompson
Beabe is a foodie, blogger, journalist, indie writer, and traveler. Also, back in the day, when our now grown sons were just babies, one of the friends who kept me sane.
- Mary Ann McSweeny
Mary Ann is a self described "writer, hermit and putterer." I call her a beautiful writer.
- Ruth W. Crocker
Ruth W. Crocker enjoys writing personal essays and memoir about family life and resilience in the face of loss and trauma. Her memoir, Those Who Remain: Remembrance and Reunion After War will be published in May, 2014.
- Ginosko Literary Journal
I just discovered this on line literary journal the other day. I liked it very much and thought you might too.
- A Humanist's Perspective
I always enjoy reading this blog from my Facebook friend, Davey Lee.
- KHEN Radio, Free Range Radio, Salida, Colorado
A great little radio station in Colorado. I'm proud to post this note from one of their DJs:
Hey there Martha,
Your song My Country Your Country Our Country is an anthem that America should place in its collective heart. The power in its message is unmistakable and your emotion is a light to see its truth. I am proud to put it in my music library and play it for my audience.
Boomer, A Rooster In The Henhouse on www.khen.org on Tuesdays from 1 to 4 mountain time, right after Democracy Now.
- Andy Lyle's Treasures
Andy Lyle is my life long friend since we were little girls at Elm Grove Elementary School in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. She is a gifted weaver, writer and all around splendid, fun, and wonderful woman. You will LOVE her weaving and her musings in general (also a few recipes.)
- Cancer: How Friends Can Help
This is a link to my friend Colleen Fullbright's book titled Cancer: How Friends Can Help. Who doesn't know someone with cancer? Colleen writes as both a compassionate friend and a wise cancer survivor.
- Dogwood Daughter on Facebook
- Lily Cat Music for Kids
This is the link to my new website, Lily Cat Music for Kids. I'm gradually filling it up with songs, stories, poetry, and new classical music just for kids. And really, Lily Cat is for kids of ALL ages....even the ones, who like me, are all grown up! Check it out and pass the link along, please! Thanks.