Melissa Ford's New Book + More!

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Melissa Ford's new book, Measure of Love, the follow up to the bestselling Life from Scratch, has been released. You can pick up a copy wherever books are sold including online sites such as Amazon and Barnes and Noble. She's giving away the chance to be a character in her next book, Apart at the Seams, coming out in 2014. Click over for contest details.

Melissa Ford

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Sonja Foust of Pintester and her writing partner, Lisa Creech Bledsoe, recently published the first two books in their Badass Writing series. Both books are now available on Amazon.

Judy Freedman of A Baby Boomer Woman's Life After 50 was featured in an article titled "Yes, Marketers, There Is Life After Mommyblogging," on the Harvard Business Review Blog Network. In addition, her blog was a 2013 Webby Award Honoree in the personal blog category.

Southern Hospitality blogger Rhoda Vickers is featured in the May issue of Atlanta magazine.

Putnam’s Sons bought the rights for a book by Jill Nystul based on her blog, One Good Thing By Jillee.  Steve Troha of Folio Literary Management did the deal, and Putnam has set hardcover publication for Mother’s Day 2014.

Mountain Woman Journals blogger, Tammy Trayer debuted on Survival Mom Radio Network on May 1st, sharing her wilderness adventures, off-grid traditional lifestyle, and her knowledge. She can be heard here. She also shares the news of all the amazing happenings in the wilderness for she and her family.

Cluck Cluck Sew blogger Allison Harris' new fabric line "Wallflowers" is coming out soon.

Sewplicity blogger Jennifer Evans is going to be on the Katie Couric show talking about sewing, being a mom, and Sewplicity.

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