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I would love to hear from you!  Bette A. Stevens

I would love to hear from you! Bette A. Stevens

I would love to hear from you…

You can email me at

bettestevens@tds.net

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Comments on: "Contact" (10)

  1. loiswstern said:

    Hi Bette,
    I’ve been following you for awhile on the social media and I know you have LIKEd my Facebook author page @www.facebook.com/tales2inspire.

    My first in a series of anthologies of inspiring stories is about to be published (within the next week or two) and I would love to have an interview appear on your site. Tales2Inspire ~ Beyond Coincidence is a collection of non-fiction stories submitted to my “Authors Helping Authors” project/contest. Winners are selected by a jury of their peers (except for the few I have written myself.) I just posted the front and back T2I covers on my Facebook author page and I’m proud to be able to feature each of the winners on the back cover. I am searching for many different ways to highlight their talents.

    Looking forward to working with you.

    Warm regards,
    Lois W. Stern

  2. Hi Bette, beautiful page, beautiful thoughts as usual. Sent your work to T/P/g+ but not FB, they have suspended my account. I still can’t use my page. Oh well, this inspires me to move on. Thanks. Kharis Macey

  3. I’ve created an award for you and others who deserve a fresh pressing and some virtual love. I’m not giving it to a lot of people because there are so many worthy candidates: I don’t have the strength of character to do quite that much work. I leave it in your capable hands to roll the ball onward.

    There are no requirements you give it to any specific number of people — or anybody at all. You don’t have to reveal your hidden secrets or give me a public thank you. It’s just a badge that says “YOU ARE A WINNER” because I think you are.

    Come visit me at Serendipity (http://teepee12.com/). I’ll have the post up in about half an hour and I’ll make it sticky so you can will find it at the top of the site. Hugs.

    • Thank you for the love, Marilyn. Aren’t you something, designing your own awards! I had a chance to read your post Alternative Mothering. What a lovely tribute to your mother. How wonderful that you found the best and shared it with us! Again, thanks for thinking of me.

      I’ve saved your Winner Award to my desktop and WILL get around to acknowledging and displaying it on my blog before year’s end. I’m NaNoWriMo-ing for the first time right now… HAVE AN AWESOME WEEK! p.s. Love your night light cover photo, too! YOU ARE DEFINITELY A WONDER & A WINNER.

  4. Bette, one of the bloggers I follow has posted an entry today that is excellent, and I can’t help but believe it would make a great children’s book. I wondered if you’d consider reading it and if you agree, give her some tips on how to go about getting a story like that published? Blessings, Natalie :)

  5. Bette, I just reblogged a post from a fellow blogger and wondered if you’d read it. It’s called: “Once you are REAL, you can’t be ugly” I think it would make an excellent children’s book. Do you? Blessings, Natalie :)

    • Thanks for the heads-up, Natalie. I will check it out… Still trying to get my computer back up and running. Blessings, Bette

    • Dear Natalie. Stopped over to read Cookie’s post… Had to share; and, YES, I think it would make a great children’s book. Also, a wonderful story for those of us who can relate to where Cookie is right now. I made a suggestion on her post. You are so sweet and thoughtful. God bless you, Bette

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