RUBY magazine August 2019
The August issue of RUBY magazine features inspirational articles, short stories, poetry, book reviews, recipes, and free printable. You don’t want to miss the Kids’ Korner with a short story as well as a fun activity page for the young people in your family. You will also read the story behind the hymn, “Blessed Assurance” by Fanny Crosby as well as daily devotionals, all written by the RUBY Writers’ Team for you and your family.
I’ve been so busy updating and moving the RUBY blog along with Vintage Mama’s Cottage to a new platform that I haven’t accomplished anything else for the past week. I’ll do my best to get party features up again for next week’s TFT party . . . . on my new Vintage Mama’s Cottage blog! In the meantime please pop on over to the NEW and updated, beautiful RUBY magazine blog at www.rubymagazine.net
And don’t forget to join us for this week’s Favorite Things Blog Hop and Linky Party! See you there . . . .
Welcome to this week’s Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop and Linky Party!
Remember you can add three links until midnight on Saturday. One each day or all at once. Please invite your blog friends and social network to join us. It’s time to party my sweet bloggy friends. You can add three links until midnight on Saturday. One each day or all at once. Please invite your blog friends and social network to join us. – Inlinkz has implemented a new policy when you add your link to the list you need to click the little square boxes about their policies on the bottom right.
Please subscribe to ALL of your hostesses blogs
Amber- Follow the Yellow Brick Home
Theresa- Shoestring Elegance
Linda- Crafts a la Mode
Pam- An Artful Mom
A note about the new link up format:
You may have noticed that several link party hosts are now using a new version of the link up that looks a little different than before. If this is your first time linking up to the new format, you may be prompted to register your email to create an account. This is the same as before when you entered your email each time you linked up with the old format. You do not have to have a personal inlinkz account or membership to link up, everything is the same as with the previous link up procedure. After your first time linking up you will not need to create an account each time and you will just be able to link up. If you have any questions or need help, feel free to ask!