Another new blogger, Joshuan Banx, has joined the Concerned Bloggers Association! His blog, Skittles in the Pit, says “Take charge of your life and research. Take a hold of what you believe in and what you want. Only you know what is best for you.” To read more about what Josh has to say, click here: http://skittlesinthepit.blogspot.com/2012/10/research-research-research.html
Next month: Blood Donation! (no. Not vampires.)
“UNESCO (United Nations Education Scientific and Cultural Organization) estimates that twenty percent of all adults, or 774 million are not literate.” says Concerned Blogger SpoiledRotten Mahogany of SpoilednFr3sh blog. Read more about her post here: http://spoilednfr3sh.wordpress.com/2012/10/22/reading-is-fundamental/
Stay tuned for a new topic in November. We’re covering Blood Donation at the Concerned Bloggers Association!
Not just another fashion blog, Nana’s Cherries covers Literature too! Nana Negulesco loves writing. Click here to enjoy this German and English blog about reading, writing and literacy here: http://nanascherrys.wordpress.com/2012/10/10/%E2%84%96-263-literaturliteracy/
Next month we will be talking about Blood Donation! Give to your local Red Cross today. Definitely DON’T give to your local vampire. They will just be all up in your grill. LOVE AND KISSES: Concerned Bloggers Association
Sylvia Olivier has joined the Concerned Bloggers Association to talk about Literacy and Reading. A book lover from day 1 one, she shares her experiences and love of the written word. To read her post, click here: http://sylviaolivier.wordpress.com/2012/10/27/concerned-bloggers-association-my-first-post/
Maybe you and me can cuddle on the couch for a bit and read some Woody Allen together. I’ll let you play Diane Keaton and I’ll be Woody. It will be super fun.
Sian Pearl is back with Concerned Bloggers after a brief sabbatical. In her latest parthenoid post she talks about her love of Poetry. Check out her list of favorite poets and read a poem by Edgar Allan Poe: http://parthenoid.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/concerned-bloggers-association-poetry.html
More poems, prose and predicaments brought to you by the Concerned Bloggers Association. Stick around, kids. It’s getting interesting now.