Blog tour: ‘On the Edge’

Blog tour: ‘On the Edge’

Stuart Edge and Cedar Fort Publishing & Media are pleased to announce the “On the Edge: How My Crappy Job Changed My Life” blog tour, which will run from May 10-31, 2016.

If you’re interested in participating in this blog tour, please email us or leave a comment below.

About the book:

Everyone has had that one awful job, but Stuart Edge really had an awful job–cleaning porta-potties. As he cleaned, he dreamed of creating videos that not only made people laugh but also changed their lives. Now a YouTube sensation, Stuart shares his secrets to his YouTube success and reveals his conversion from self-conscious to confident and how being true to his beliefs made all the difference.


About the author:

Stuart Edge was earning money for college tuition by cleaning portable toilets when inspiration hit: “Make YouTube Videos That Make People Happy.” Only months later, he called his mother in a panic. “Please pray for me. I think one of my videos just went viral.” The Mistletoe Kissing Prank did indeed go viral, netting more than 27 million views to date. Several viral videos later, Stuart Edge has found fame, and possibly fortune, making people laugh. Not bad for a boy with social anxiety.

“On the Edge” blog tour schedule:
May 10: Reidhead Random-ness
May 11:
May 12: The Power of One Girl
May 13: Alec Marie
May 14:
May 15:
May 16: Laura Walker
May 17:
May 18: Mel’s Shelves
May 19: According to Brent
May 20:
May 21: A Little Too Jolley
May 22:
May 23: Keep Moving Forward with Me
May 24: Singing Librarian Books
May 25: Holly’s Book Corner
May 26: My Book a Day
May 27: Rockin’ Book Reviews
May 28: My Experience in Truth
May 29: Mormonrabilia
May 30: Brooklyn Berry Designs
May 31: Figuring Things

New releases provide guidance to record your thoughts

Last week, Grammarly put up a blog post listing the “10 Ways Keeping a Journal Will Genuinely Improve Your Life”. Their list included the following benefits of keeping a journal:

  1. Clarifies your thoughts
  2. Makes you more organized and focused
  3. Helps remind you of past achievements
  4. Helps you to quiet your mind
  5. Allows you an opportunity to get to know yourself
  6. Let’s you gain perspective
  7. Unloads the weight of your troubles
  8. Makes you more emotionally fit
  9. Improves your memory
  10. Harnesses your creativity

This month, Plain Sight Publishing would like to announce the release of 3 new journals to help in this process of improving lives.

Heart-Might-Mind-and-Strength_9781462117109_web2x3Heart, Might, Mind & Strength: A Journal for Sister Missionaries 

This gorgeous journal has been custom created for sister missionaries by award-winning designer Teresa Collins. The organizational tools, fun tabs, and inspirational quotes inside will help you focus on the purpose of your experience and mark significant lessons, baptisms, and transfer dates. It’s the perfect place to record the precious mission memories you’ll cherish for years to come.

Purchase: Amazon | Books & Things

lineuponlineLine Upon Line: An LDS Young Woman’s 6-Year Q&A Journal

365 questions, 6 years, 8 values, 2,190 answers. This Q&A journal is designed especially for the LDS young woman with some questions inspired by Young Women values and others that are just for fun. In only minutes each day, the writer can track her thoughts, her hopes, and the growth in her testimony as she navigates a busy life from Beehive to Laurel and beyond.

Purchase: Amazon | Books & Things

mission journalMission Journal (Ring-bound)

Keep your mission memories close with this customizable mission journal. Perfect for elders or sisters, this journal features tabs for marking transfers, companions, and important dates. With a sturdy, durable design and pages for contact information to help you stay in touch, it is sure to become a treasured keepsake for years to come.

Purchase: Amazon | Books & Things


Blog tour: “Living a Beautiful Life on Less”

Danielle Wagasky and Cedar Fort Publishing & Media are pleased to announce the “The Caregiver’s Journey” blog tour, which will run from November 1-14, 2015.

If you’re interested in participating in this blog tour, please email us or leave a comment below.

About the book:

During her husband’s deployment to Iraq, Danielle found that she used shopping as a way to compensate for the loneliness of missing her husband. Unfortunately, the shopping habits she had learned as a teenager were destroying her peace of mind and endangering her family’s financial stability. When she realized that she could control the situation with a few habit changes, she went to work and reinvented her attitude toward money.

In the process, she has re-invented her financial future. Danielle makes her own eco-friendly cleaning supplies, shops at thrift stores, and plans food purchases carefully. Their home and cars are paid for and Danielle lives a blissful and domestic life with less of the “stuff” others seem to crave.

See how less can be more! Learn the secrets to living a rich and fulfilling life with less money, less stuff, and a lot less stress. Danielle teaches you how to simplify your life so you can actually enjoy the abundance all around you. From finances to green cleaning, you will discover your own blissfully simple life within the pages of this must-read book!

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About the Author:

Danielle is a thrifty living blogger who blogs at She believes that the family is the most important unit and that when families live a frugal, debt-free life, they can be happy and joyful. She blogs every day about thrifty living, including meal plans, shopping thrift stores, “green cleaning” with inexpensive, homemade cleaning supplies, and more.

Blog Tour Schedule

November 1:Reidhead Random-ness | The Bajan Texan
November 2: The Little Farm Diary
November 3: Inkling and Notions
November 4: Robyn Echols Books
November 5:
November 6: Wishful Endings
November 7:
November 8:
November 9:
November 10: Mel’s Shelves
November 11: Author June McCrary Jacobs
November 12:
November 13: Alec Marie
November 14: Readalot

Blog tour: ‘French Accents: Farmhouse French Style For Today’s Home’

Anita Joyce and Cedar Fort Publishing & Media are pleased to announce the “French Accents: Farmhouse French Style For Today’s Home” blog tour, which will run from September 1-22, 2015.

If you’re interested in participating in this blog tour, please email us or leave a comment below.

About the Book:

There’s nothing better than a little “joie de vivre” to brighten up your decor! Filled with gorgeous photography and an abundance of helpful design ideas, this book is guaranteed to bring the cozy comfort of classic French style into your home. Learn how to create an inviting look that will welcome friends and family and help you show off your own creative taste.

This beautiful book includes ideas for the beginner or the experienced interior designer who has a love for French or Country French design.

Joyce walks her readers through the process of analyzing a room prior to redecorating and then gives pointers for success, whether you intend to redecorate all at once or just by baby steps with one basket or lamp at a time. She includes tips and tricks for knowing where to shop for authentic French antiques, how to get the best deals at auctions, and how to re-purpose your existing decor to give it a “French” look.

Helpful tutorials for creating your own paint finishes and sewing slipcovers are included as well. You’ll also get the grand tour with photos of home interiors that use some of her techniques, including some that have “bent the rules” to bring in just enough rustic, chippy, casual French design to make the home livable and loveable.


About the Author:

Anita Joyce is the author of the Cedar Hill Farmhouse blog. Her expertise is in antiques, vintage items, rusty-crusty-chippy things, all things French, design, photography, and writing. She loves spending time with friends and family.

‘French Accents’ blog tour schedule:

September 1: Cottage at the Crossroads | Eat Pray Read Love | White Lace Cottage
September 2: My Soulful Home
September 3: Girl in the Garage | Edith & Evelyn Vintage
September 4: DesignThusiasm
September 5: Inklings and Notions
September 6: Mrs. Hines 
September 7: Shabby Art Boutique | So Much Better With Age
September 8: Postcards from the Ridge
September 9: Housepitality Designs
September 10: Lilacs & Longhorns | Our Southern Home
September 11: Domestic Charm
September 12: Sew a Fine Seam
September 13: At The Picket Fence
September 14: Wishful Endings
September 15: Love of Home
September 16: All Things Heart and Home | Worthing Court
September 17: Jennifer Rizzo: Making Your Home Your Own
September 18: Setting for FourConfessions of a Plate Addict
September 19: What Meegan Makes
September 20: Cupcakes & Crinoline
September 21: Brooklyn Berry Designs
September 22: Reidhead Random-ness | Literary Wonders!


September 23: Blesser House
September 24: Atta Girl Says
September 30: Maison de Pax